AM Conference Speaker: SLM Solutions North America

As selective laser melting is used more often to manufacture end-use metal components, SLM Solutions North America’s technical director will highlight recent developments that help monitor and document production processes for consistent, reliable parts.


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Though selective laser melting (SLM) is still commonly used for prototyping applications, where quality and material defects and inconsistencies are tolerated or ignored, it is increasingly being applied to produce end-use metal components, in which consistency, repeatability, reproducibility and reliability are important. Richard Grylls, Ph.D., technical director for SLM Solutions North America, will highlight recent developments in this area of additive manufacturing, including laser powder and meltpool monitoring, and how they can be used to monitor and document production processes.

The session takes place Wednesday, October 11, at 3 p.m.

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