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euspen Special Interest Group Meeting: Additive Manufacturing

Dimensional Accuracy and Surface Finish from Additive Manufacturing.   10th – 11th October 2017 Location: KU Leuven, BE     · Keynote 1 : “Improving quality, accuracy, surface finish and...


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Dimensional Accuracy and Surface Finish from Additive Manufacturing.

 

10th – 11th October 2017

Location: KU Leuven, BE

 

 

· Keynote 1 : “Improving quality, accuracy, surface finish and micromachining in AM by combining laser additive and laser subtractive manufacturing” by Jean-Pierre Kruth, KU Leuven (BE)

 

· Keynote 2 “Standards on AM” by Peter Woolliams, NPL (UK)

 

· Keynote 3 “Latest advancements on AM” by Geoff McFarland, Renishaw plc, UK

 

· Keynote 4 “Challenges of full 3D measurement of AM parts applying computed tomography (CT)” by Dr. Ulrich Neuschaefer-Rube, PTB, DE

 

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10% discount on €595 for the two day event, including networking dinner for DSPE members.

Ask for the discountcode via info@dspe.nl


10 October 2017



References

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References

Fourfold ECP2 Bronze

This summer, four people were awarded a Bronze certificate from ECP2, a European certified precision engineering course programme that is a collaboration between euspen and DSPE.

Read more
Measuring (the refractive index of)…

Measuring nanoparticles becomes increasingly important in healthcare, pharmacology, and environmental sciences, but measuring and obtaining relevant information from single nanoparticles requires cutting-edge technology.

Read more
Minimising spherical aberrations

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Read more