Flexible Material Development on Renishaw Multi-Laser Systems
June 23, 2020
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A stable and consistent machine platform is the foundation of a predictable manufacturing process. Building from that, flexible tools are needed to extract the best quality parts and highest productivity possible. QuantAM is Renishaw's build preparation software, developed specifically for use with Renishaw Additive Manufacturing machines. Within QuantAM, engineers have a collection of powerful tools for stream-lining the development of new metal alloys for laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) as well as bringing to bear the full power of our RenAM 500Q four laser system. In this webinar, Renishaw will demonstrate their own working practices and requirements when developing new alloys and pushing the limits of machine through-put.
- Summarize the features of the RenAM 500Q that provide the foundation of a stable process
- Overview of the range of configurable laser parameters accessible to a user of Renishaw systems
- Demonstrate the power of QuantAM as a material development tool
- Reflect the implications of multi-laser utilization & how validation under-pins confidence in the solution
Senior AM Applications Engineer, Renishaw
Lucy has a master's degree in Chemistry from Sheffield University in the UK. Day to day Lucy works with customers on various types of applications projects including development and melting new powder feedstock materials for AM, and optimizing and qualification of parts and geometries for production, and is also involved in the testing and development of current and future AM machines designed and manufactured by Renishaw.
AM Applications Engineer, Renishaw
Jane holds a Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Jane has experience in various research and product development environment and has worked with diverse types of materials including metals and polymers. At Renishaw, her work primarily focuses on process engineering and parameter development for additive manufacturing.