Carpenter Additive’s Global Director-Strategic Partnerships, Rob Acton, will be presenting ‘Additive Manufacturing participation in the Medical Industry: Effects of Titanium Powder Quality on Part Cost and Performance’ at Titanium USA, Mobile, Alabama on Monday September 23rd.
Carpenter Additive is hosting a two-day open course on ‘Powder Handling and Flow in Additive Manufacturing’ in partnership with the Wolfson Centre 2nd -3rd July.
We are exhibiting at the Paris Air Show this year, 17th-23rd June, located at Hall 5 E232 in Le Bourget,. Visit us to find out more about our specialty alloys and concept to creation additive manufacturing capabilities.
Carpenter Additive is a business unit of Carpenter Technology Corporation which is a recognized leader in high-performance specialty alloy-based materials and process solutions for critical applications in the aerospace, defense, transportation, energy, industrial, medical, and consumer electronics markets. Our expanded AM capabilities provide a complete “end-to-end” solution to accelerate materials innovation and streamline parts production.
Founded in 1889, Carpenter Technology has evolved to become a pioneer in premium specialty alloys, including titanium, nickel, and cobalt, including alloys specifically engineered for additive manufacturing (AM) processes and soft magnetics applications. So as well as talking to us about our full range of AM products and services, our team is on hand to discuss all of your metals applications. To book an appointment at Paris contact us here
More information about Carpenter Technology can be found at www.carpentertechnology.com.
Carpenter Additive, a business unit of Carpenter Technology Corporation, will be debuting at RAPID+TCT 21st-23rd May 2019 located at booth 803 in the Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan.
At the 2019 AMUG Conference in Chicago, LPW Carpenter Additive’s Application Engineer, Nate Kistler, will be hosting a workshop to help metal AM users plan how to design their own powder degradation study, to optimise metal powder usage in AM builds. The workshop will be held in the Hilton Chicago’s Marquette Room on Tuesday, April 2nd, from 1.30pm-2.30pm.
The interactive session, “Designing a Powder Degradation Study”, aims to help the participants to understand how to undertake a powder degradation study that is customizable to each user’s AM needs. Additionally, the presentation will share useful information and findings from internal studies on powder degradation, powder recycling, and the economic benefits of understanding the link between part mechanical properties and powder degradation.
It would be useful to bring a laptop or tablet into this workshop if you’d like to engage in real-time with the Excel-based interactive powder study template designed for customising individual powder usage. If you are interested in learning how powder degradation affects your AM processes, please join us for this practical workshop.
To plan the workshop into your schedule, visit the AMUG planner here.
LPW Carpenter Additive are pleased to be sponsoring the 1st ASTM Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Workshop on 25th March 2019 at Grand National Opelika, AL. Our Technical Director, Nick Weeks and Applications Engineer, Nate Kistler will be attending the event, presenting on ‘Powder Specification’ at 8.00am (CST) during the session.
The one-day workshop offers participants a comprehensive snapshot of the Additive Manufacturing value chain and will discuss; powder, design, processing, post-processing, non-destructive inspection, qualification and certification. It is open to all professionals in the AM community who wish to learn about the latest AM standardised practices.
To view the technical programme and for registration information, visit https://bit.ly/2N6vmTM.
LPW Carpenter Additive’s Materials Development Manager, Dr Neil Harrison, is presenting at the 3rd International Symposium Additive Manufacturing (ISAM) 2019.
LPW Japan is exhibiting at TCT Japan at Tokyo Big Sight, East Hall, January 30th– February 1st, 2019. You can find us at stand 6Q-16.
Visit us to discuss our PowderRange suite of metal powders for Additive Manufacturing and to hear about our end-to-end powder management solutions, providing full traceability from powder to part.
For more information about the event, visit: https://www.tctjapan.jp/index_en.html
The Fall 2018 Additive Manufacturing Consortium meeting will take place in Huntersville, North Carolina this year on both October 24th and 25th. The AMC meeting, operated by EWI (Columbus, OH), is a combination of industry, government, academic, and non-profit research organizations with ambitions of advancing metal AM technology. It is without question that LPW Technology will be attending this meeting both days.
We are delighted to have LPW’s Eastern US/Canada Regional Sales Manager, Greg Kline, attend and connect with other AM practitioners at this quarter’s meeting. Greg claims that “attending this meeting in North Carolina asserts LPW’s commitment in understanding the technical challenges within the AM industry, as well as our commitment to connecting with new and existing customers.”
The AMC General Meeting is comprised of a full day of organized activities and presentations on AM research, industry advancement, and technical discussions. LPW has several valuable case studies on topics like powder degradation, metal powder variability, atomization, and many more. These case studies can be found within our online Technical Library.
If you are interested in learning more about what LPW has to offer for your AM needs, please connect with Greg Kline next week at the AMC meeting. To get in touch with our LPW (USA) Office, see the contact information below.
US Office Phone: +1 412-788-2856
LPW Technology Inc.
110 South Campus Dr.
Imperial, PA 15126
LPW is exhibiting at the TCT Show at the NEC in Birmingham, 25th-27th September 2018, at stand T41. We are excited to announce that two of our employees will be joining the TCT introducing stage and participating in the #3DTALK panel.
Our very own, Regan Hoult, will be joining the panel of #3DTALK to discuss 3D printing and smart factories on Wednesday 26th September at 3pm, TCT Tech Stage, Hall 3.
LPW’s Chief Operating Officer, Ben Ferrar, will also be participating at the event. He will be joining the TCT introducing stage to present “Invisible Streams of Metal Powder- The Magic of Material Integration” at 12.30pm on Wednesday 26th September at location H50.
We are delighted to have both Ben and Regan representing LPW at the event. Read below and get to know Ben and Regan.
LPW Technology will be exhibiting at RM Forum in Milan, and is delighted to be sponsoring this exhibition and conference dedicated to state of the art of the tools, technologies and materials for Additive Manufacturing (AM).
LPW and UL are bringing together a team of experienced AM practitioners to discuss the impact of metal powder evolution and the potential for material reuse in production AM.
As the manufacturing landscape for powder bed AM shifts from R&D and prototyping to serial production, more focus is being placed on the reuse of powder.
However, metal powder is not infinitely reusable, and there have already been a number of investigations which demonstrate that powder will evolve with repeated reuse.
In this webinar we explore the mechanisms which drive powder evolution and present results from some of LPW’s own powder evolution investigations. Looking across the industry, we review the range of work conducted on powder evolution by other investigators and summarise how powder evolution differs across materials and platforms.
- Mechanisms which drive powder evolution
- Results from 718 evolution study
- Introduction of new metric for powder evolution
- Impact of chemistry variance in virgin powder
- Factors effective powder evolution
- Observed defects in powder
- Review of powder evolution studies
To join the webinar register here
LPW Technology, market leader in the manufacture, development and processing of high-quality metal powders for additive manufacturing is teaming up with powder flow specialists, Freeman Technology to deliver a one day ‘Powder Flow Seminar’ on October 3rd 2018 hosted at LPW Technology’s facility in Imperial, PA, USA.
This applications-focused event covers a broad range of topics from ‘An introduction to understanding powder flow and powder behavior’ by John Yin, Product Manager at Freeman Technology, to ‘Extending the lifecycle of metal alloys in additive manufacturing’ presented by Nate Kistler, Application Engineer at LPW Technology, USA.
The agenda also includes discussions delivered by Andrew Klein, Manager of Material & Process Development at ExOne, who will review ‘Binder jet 3D printing’; Zack Snow from Pennsylvania State University, who will look at the ‘Development of powder spreadability metrics’ and John Barnes, The Barnes Advisors, who addresses the need to ‘Support AM industrialization with workforce education and powder expertise.’
This free, one-day seminar also features a tour of LPW’s new AM metal powder processing facility and demonstration sessions of Freeman Technology’s FT4 Powder Rheometer®. There is limited capacity so sign up quickly to avoid disappointment.
Click here to view the full agenda and registration process.
LPW is exhibiting at The Farnborough International Airshow for the first time. You can find us in the newly launched Aerospace 4.0 Hall, dedicated to the fourth industrial revolution. Our purpose-built, industry 4.0 enabled, AM metal powder manufacturing facility has been designed to engineer out contamination throughout the AM metal powder production and handling process.
Visit us to hear all about the essential role data plays in ensuring trceability in the Additive Manufacturing process from metal powder manufacture to flying parts.
Call in to see us or, to maximise your time at the Airshow, pre-arrange a discussion by contacting us here
LPW Technology Hall Aerospace 4.0, stand 5150
LPW Technology will be focusing on the ability of materials to drive improvement in metal Additive Manufacturing at this year’s AMUG event. Its ‘Workshop for the Generation of Additive Manufacturing Specific Powder Specifications’ aims to equip attendees with an understanding of the limitations of current standards for specification, and the effects of alloy variables on AM processing outcomes and how these can be controlled.
The first ever MAPP conference takes place in Sheffield, UK on the 30 – 31st January, and LPW’s Dr Neil Harrison, AM materials development lead, and Dr Nicola Jones, Marketing Manager, will both be contributing on the second day.
Dr Harrison will be exploring the evolution of metal powder through multiple reuse, and quantifying the relationship between cumulative laser energy and oxygen pick up in his presentation, ‘Measurement, control and prediction of metal powder evolution with serial LPBF processing’.
Dr Jones will be taking part in the Women in Engineering panel discussion ‘From research to results: Is powder research responding to industry’s needs?’, which offers an opportunity to ask the experts about current challenges in AM.
LPW Technology will be showcasing its full traceability solution with the innovative PowderSolve software system and PowderTrace smart hopper at the TCT Show 2017. Located at Hall 3 Stand E42, LPW’s sixth outing at the show in Birmingham on 26 – 28 September will see it demonstrating how its cutting-edge 3D technologies deliver effective traceability – from powder to part – in serial AM production.
“PowderTrace has been designed to meet manufacturers’ demands for traceability and control of metal powders, and has the potential to greatly reduce the risk of contamination in metal AM,” says Phil Kilburn, LPW’s Commercial Director.
LPW Technology will be showcasing its innovative PowderTrace system at Rapid+TCT in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania between 9th and 11th May at stand 1223.