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From aircraft and helicopter parts to engines and turbines, Additive Manufacturing (AM) is able to improve part performance, and to bring benefits such as material reductions, weight minimization, reduced assembly, and a faster time-to-market. In particular, it has the potential to meet challenging low-volume production targets.

While AM has been largely limited to noncritical parts, advancements in technology will allow the transition of structural parts to AM, and for critical damaged parts to be repaired. In this webinar, we will focus on two metal AM technologies that are making inroads in Aerospace applications - Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) and Directed Energy Deposition (DED).

PBF shares the layer-by-layer fabrication approach of other AM methods, but requires minimal support structures, allowing for more complex geometries to be produced. An example is the internal cooling channels of turbine blades. DED involves a focused energy source to locally melt feedstock material. Multi-axis deposition is possible and DED is suited to Aerospace manufacturing, coatings and repairs of high-value aerospace components such as turbine blades, blisks and engine combustion chambers.

(photo credit: BeAM)

Agenda

4 PM - 4:05 PM
Welcome by AAIS
4:05 PM - 4:15 PM
Presentation by Oscar Derouette
4:15 PM - 4:35 PM
Presentation by Pierre Pays
4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Speakers

  • Oscar Derouette (Account Manager at BeAM Machines Pte Ltd, an AddUp company)

    Oscar Derouette

    Account Manager at BeAM Machines Pte Ltd, an AddUp company

    Oscar Derouette joined AddUp in 2020 as Business Development Manager for AddUp in Singapore. He oversees business opportunities and nurtures relationships with AddUp partners in the APAC region. Holding masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering (France), Materials Science (China) and Business Management (Singapore), he has a strong engineering background that facilitates a better apprehension of the 3D printing market. Oscar has lived in France, USA, China and Singapore.

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  • Pierre Pays (Machine Products Manager at BeAM Machines Pte Ltd, an AddUp company)

    Pierre Pays

    Machine Products Manager at BeAM Machines Pte Ltd, an AddUp company

    Pierre is Product Manager and formerly Consultant and Trainer for metal additive manufacturing in AddUp. Before joining AddUp, he was a process expert in additive manufacturing and business engineer with Michelin. Pierre worked at Michelin on metal additive manufacturing since 2009 and was in charge of the industrialization of this technology. He was responsible for qualification of the process for mass production of the first lamelles made with AM for tires in the USA. Prior to this, he was Manager of a tooling business unit dedicated to injection molds and stamping tools. He worked on different projects as Project Manager, with companies in the automotive, aerospace and medical industries.

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