What to expect at the Additive Manufacturing Virtual Seminar?

The additive manufacturing (AM) process is an exciting technological development that is progressing rapidly. However, extended application within the aerospace, oil & gas, chemical & process, nuclear, and biomedical sectors depends upon confidence in the performance of these alloys in hostile environments.

The seminar, entitled "Assuring the Performance of Additive Manufacturing Corrosion Resistant Alloy Metal Products in Hostile Environments", is brought to you by AMPP, ICORR, and IOM3. It provides a state-of the-art look into AM processing and quality control through a series of lectures and case studies presented by leading industry experts. Gain a better understanding of evaluating corrosion and environmentally assisted cracking resistance of AM alloy systems, including titanium, nickel-based alloys and stainless steels, focusing on the implications for deployment of these alloys in product form in aggressive environments. Then join our expert discussion panel on the latest developments and technology gaps in testing standards and guidelines for the safe adoption of these alloys.

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Tuesday - Wednesday
May 11-12, 2021

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Virtual (Zoom)

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Seminar committee

Dr. Alan Turnbull
IOM3

Bill Hedges
ICORR

Gareth Hinds
ICORR/IOM3

AMPP Contact:
Reygie de Borja
+1 (281)-228-6409
reygie.deborja@nace.org

Who can I expect to see?

This virtual seminar is designed for professionals from across the AM industry, especially: