記録された日時: January 29 2019

Duration: 31 minutes 23 seconds

Recorded on: January 29, 2019
Duration: 31 Minutes

Metal additive manufacturing (AM) is often billed as the future of manufacturing, providing unlimited possibilities in terms of part design and complexity, minimal material wastage and the ability to manufacture parts anywhere in the world through the internet. An aspect of AM that receives relatively limited attention, yet underpins the foundation that AM relies upon, is powder management. Powder bed AM processes typically use up to 20 kg of powder for each 1 kg of manufactured part. This means that AM users must be able to effectively handle and recycle vast amounts of powder during the process. In the current generation of AM machines the powder handling equipment provide a potential risk to both powder traceability and powder quality. This is largely driven by exposure of the powder to the environment and the use of non-optimal equipment. 

Table of contents
1. The PowderCleanse system
00:12
2. The presenters
00:34
3. PowderCleanse: the consortium
01:06
4. General methods of manufacturing
01:14
5. Advantages of AM
01:00
6. Additive Manufacturing vs Subtractive Manufacturing
00:22
7. Perceptions of AM
00:47
8. Material processing
01:19
9. PowderCleanse
00:42
10. LPW Introduction
00:35
11. Powder trace & powder eye
01:13
12. Powder trace & powder eye
01:21
13. PowderCleanse
00:20
14. Farleygreene
00:32
15. Farleygreene
01:42
16. Farleygreene
01:22
17. Malvern Panalytical
00:34
18. Particle size & Powder flowability
00:41
19. Particle size & packing density
00:30
20. Measuring particle size
00:14
21. Measuring particle size
00:30
22. PowderCleanse
00:23
23. PowderCleanse
01:11
24. Aegleteq
01:01
25. PowderCleanse
00:22
26. PowderCleanse
02:04
27. Future Factory
01:21
28. PowderCleanse
07:52
29. Thanks for listening
00:19