- When: Nov 3, 2021 9:00 AM CEST - Nov 5
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The Metal Additive Manufacturing Conference 2021 (MAMC 2021), in its fourth edition, is organized by the Austrian Society for Metallurgy and Materials (ASMET) and will be held in Wirtschaftskammer Österreich, Vienna in Austria on 3rd to 5th November.
Providing industrial perspectives in metal additive manufacturing and a forum for decision-makers, engineers, developers, industry experts, scientists and students, led by a prominent scientific committee from the Austrian universities of Örebro and technical Universities of Vienna & Graz. Leading industry plenary speakers will cover a wide range of fields related to Additive Manufacturing from automotive, medical and aerospace applications, with a strong focus on metal powder-based processes. Sandvik Additive Manufacturing will be contributing three presentations focusing on the material properties of Laser-Powder Bed Fusion-processed alloy 625, hot-work tool and maraging steels, including fatigue resistance.
Leandro Feitosa, PhD, R&D Engineer Powder Technology, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing
Presenting “Microstructure and Mechanical Performance of Sandvik Osprey® Inconel 625 Produced via Laser Powder Bed Fusion”.
Dr. Leandro Feitosa is a materials scientist and engineer with vast experience and knowledge in the materials technology, research, and metallurgy. He concluded his PhD at the University of Leicester in 2018, with a focus on developing new materials for high-temperature applications such as gas turbines for aircraft engines, via additive manufacturing and powder metallurgy processing methods.
Paul A Davies, PhD, Technical Solutions Manager, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing
Presenting ”Effect of Post-processing Thermal Treatments on Fatigue Resistance of Additively Manufactured 18Ni300 Maraging Steel” and ”Production and Characterization of a Hot Work Tool Steel y Additive Manufacturing”.
Paul Davies studied physics at Swansea University, Wales, U.K., and completed a PhD in the field of Material Science. He has five years’ experience working in the steel industry in the automotive and defense sectors and has been with Sandvik for more than 14 years. He specializes in powder metallurgy, with a particular focus on Metal Injection Molding and Additive Manufacturing.