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Workshop at MS&T17: Powder Metals for Additive Manufacturing

Verder Scientific will be hosting a hands on techniques workshop on the "Preparation, Characterization and Analysis of Powder Metals for Additive Manufacturing" at this year's MS&T17 in Pittsburgh, PA.

This workshop will provide hands on experience with live operating test systems for:

  • Feed stock, particle size analysis and morphology
  • Heat treatment for annealing, debinding and sintering
  • C,S,N,O,H analysis of powder metals and finished products
  • Recovery/recycling of non conforming products for re-use of feed stock materials
  • Cutting, polishing and mechanical testing of finished products

Two Hour Course, offered on multiple dates/times:
Tuesday Oct. 10th, 2017: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday Oct. 11th, 2017: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. or 12:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.


Location: 
Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh – West room on the second floor


Please join us for this unique opportunity to experience Additive Manufacturing from Start to Finish!


There is no charge to attend this workshop.
However, pre-registration IS REQUIRED.
Space is limited to 25 people for each class.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER




PRESENTERS:


Kyle James, Business Unit Manager for our Retsch product line at Verder Scientific Inc, with extensive experience in sample preparation & particle size reduction for 11 years


Michael Hager, Business Unit Manager for our Carbolite Gero product line at Verder Scientific Inc, with a background in material science & experience in heat treating green parts


Nico Masciantonio, Applications Specialist for our Eltra product line at Verder Scientific Inc, with a background in Chemistry & Engineering


Gert Beckmann, Product Manager Retsch Technology GmbH, with 18 years of experience in particle science and product development


Cathy Johnson, Technical Specialist at Mager Scientific for the ATM Materialography product line, with 30 years’ experience in materials microanalysis as it pertains to material/product development and failure analysis.

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