Elevate Your Production Processes with Carpenter Additive’s Webinar: Best Practices in Metal Powder Management

13 May, 2024


In today's fast-paced manufacturing landscape, staying ahead of the curve is imperative for companies striving for operational excellence and innovation. Amidst the myriad of strategies and methodologies, one often overlooked yet critical aspect is material management. To shed light on this essential component of production optimization, Carpenter Additive is hosting an insightful webinar titled, 'Best Practices to Differentiate Value in Metal Powder Management', on Wednesday June 5th at 11am (ET). 

This online event is set to be a game-changer for industry professionals seeking to elevate their production processes. Led by Caitlin Oswald, Business Development & Applications at Carpenter Additive, the webinar promises to delve deep into emerging material trends shaping modern production environments.

The webinar highlights a refreshing approach to material management, taking a step back from the intricacies of material engineering to explore how leading companies strategically shift their focus to material as a cornerstone of continuous improvement initiatives. Attendees can expect to gain invaluable insights into optimizing material selection, streamlining powder management processes, and harnessing the power of materials to drive operational efficiency and innovation.

Whether you're a seasoned industry professional or a newcomer eager to stay ahead of the curve, this webinar offers something for everyone. It promises to provide valuable perspectives and practical approaches to elevate your organization's performance in today's evolving landscape of material management.

By attending this webinar, you'll:

  • Gain insights into emerging material trends shaping modern production environments.
  • Explore how industry leaders are leveraging materials as a strategic cornerstone for continuous improvement initiatives, propelling their organizations towards enhanced efficiency and innovation.
  • Discover actionable strategies to optimize material selection and streamline powder management processes.
  • Harness the power of materials to drive operational efficiency and innovation in your organization.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain invaluable knowledge and stay ahead of the competition. Register now for Carpenter Additive's webinar,  and take the first step towards transforming your production processes. Join us as we navigate through the evolving landscape of material management and uncover actionable strategies to propel your organization to new heights of success.


Meet the Speaker

Caitlin OswaldCaitlin Oswald, Business Development and Applications Manager. 

Caitlin is an experienced applications & business development leader in the additive manufacturing industry. She has a diverse background in technology and applications development from prototyping into production. Her knowledge has been gathered through the last decade working at Aerospace & Defense OEM Primes, Tier II suppliers for contract manufacturing, and in the raw material supply chain, all focused on additive manufacturing. Caitlin was responsible for the development and execution of standard work and best practices leading to the world’s first Additive Manufacturing NADCAP accreditation at a contract manufacturer and holds multiple patents on design and powder removal techniques when utilizing additive manufacturing powder bed technologies. She has led multi-million-dollar material and manufacturing characterization efforts, participated in numerous AFRL and America Makes programs, and executed her master’s degree study focus on Powder Recycling utilizing the EB-PBF technology with Ti 6-4 material. Caitlin holds Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and has been recognized by the Manufacturing Institute for the STEP Ahead award, and by Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business (2015). 


Tags: additive manufacturing, metal additive manufacturing, metal 3D printing, 3d printing

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