Date recorded: May 19 2015

Duration: 47 minutes 14 seconds

Additive Manufacturing, colloquially referred to as 3D Printing, is being purported as the next industrial revolution. What many don’t realize is that this technology has been under development for over 20 years and has found application in a diverse range of industrial sectors. This webinar will outline what Additive Manufacturing really is and highlight the measurement requirements that are inherent in turning this technology into reliable and repeatable manufacturing equipment.

Table of contents
1. Welcome
02:31
2. Manufacturing and 3D Printing
00:21
3. Contents
00:38
4. 3DPRG Staff
01:45
5. General 3DPRG AM Equipment
02:02
6. New Equipment
01:03
7. General Research Areas within 3DPRG
02:01
8. Agreeing Terms
01:27
9. SLA_Slicing
00:00
10. Agreeing Terms
00:33
11. What is 3D Printing used for?
00:29
12. Standardised Definition
00:56
13. Process Categories
02:18
14. Vat Polymerisation
01:36
15. Vat Polymerisation
00:51
16. Powder Bed Fusion
02:34
17. Powder Bed Fusion
00:24
18. Powder Bed Fusion
01:03
19. Direct Energy Deposition
01:02
20. Material Extrusion
01:19
21. Binder Jetting
00:53
22. Material Jetting
00:33
23. Material Jetting
00:31
24. Materials – Printability Indicator
00:52
25. The Printability Indicator
00:20
26. Printability
00:12
27. Post-Processing
00:56
28. FingerTouch
00:00
29. Sheet Lamination
00:57
30. And finally...
00:41
31. Key Materials Questions
00:45
32. Key Materials Questions
00:35
33. Key Materials Questions
01:08
34. Key Materials Questions
00:52
35. Summary
01:15
36. Questions and Answers
11:00
37. Contact Information
00:51