AM Conference: Challenges in Aerospace Parameter Development

At the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference, Magnitude Innovations Inc. shares its success and methodology for tackling 3D printing challenges for aerospace applications.

Because metal additive manufacturing process parameters are developed based on materials independent of geometries, limitations in those parameters can sometimes cause costly delays, particularly in aerospace applications. Through an experience addressing challenges such as residual stresses, subsurface porosity and high fatigue requirements with an aerospace titanium manifold, Magnitude Innovations Inc. has created an approach that it says can be transferred to other aerospace applications.

Matt Tusz, director and co-founder of Magnitude Innovations Inc., is sharing his company’s success story at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference taking place September 11 to 12 in Chicago. He will talk about his company’s methodology for facing the challenges in printing large geometries for specific aerospace applications. Find out more on Tuesday, September 11 at 12:00 p.m.

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