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This course helps the attendees to understand the fundamental concepts of DED processes and covers the topics such as, how the technology works, different DED processes, materials used, and typical applications where this technology is used.

Course related to Process development and optimization in the context of Manufacturing

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Unit Price: EUR 550.00 / 0.0 Real Cost


Would you like to …

• Learn about innovative additive manufacturing technologies based on DED processes and their application in different sectors.

• Identify the principles and applications of laser-based DED processes.

• Develop through case studies the knowledge for the design and planning of trajectories.

• Learn to select the materials used as input materials and the metallographic properties of the products obtained.

• Learn about quality control systems for this process.

Key information

• Delivery: Online

• Duration: 8 hours

• Cost: 550 € + IVA

• Level: Intermediate

Target Audience:

The course is designed for Manufacturing Engineers, Research Engineers, AM Process Engineers, AM Operators.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Provide an overview of additive manufacturing processes.

• Differentiate technological solutions and their applications.

• To understand the performance and potential of the DED processes

• Effectively visualize the numerous operating parameters

• Acquire a process optimization methodology.

• To understand the implementation strategies of DED technology

• Understand the metallurgical principles involved.

Language: English

Introduction to laser -based AM Technologies:

• General Overview.

• Applications in different industrial sectors.

DED (Directed Energy Deposition) Laser Technology

• Principles, processes, and applications.

• DED processes with laser and wire feed.

• DED processes with laser and powder feed.

• Equipment

Process planning and preparation:

• Design for DED and path planning.

• Numerical simulation DED: introduction to simulation and model scales. 

Materials and metallurgy

• Feedstock materials: selection criteria, requirements, characterisation, suppliers.

• Metallography and properties obtained by DED.

Process monitoring and control, quality assurance

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