AAIS, in conjunction with the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), organised a webinar on Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing on 8 September 2020. The event saw the participation of over 70 local and overseas attendees.

Cold spray, a coating deposition technology, has gained attention from both scientific and industrial communities for application in AM.   In comparison with fusion-based high-temperature additive manufacturing processes, cold spray additive manufacturing has been shown to retain the original properties of the feedstock, to produce oxide-free deposits, and to not adversely influence underlying substrate materials during manufacture. It has recently been applied as an additive manufacturing process to fabricate individual components and to repair damaged components.

The event featured Mr Dan Braley of Boeing Global Services, Mr Byron Kennedy of SPEE3D, Dr Koh Pak Keng of ECK Pte Ltd, Mr Marc Lee of NAMIC, and ME4 Kelvin Bi of the Republic of Singapore Airforce. The speakers shared the latest advancements on cold spray technology, current and exploratory applications, as well as the potential of cold spray in aircraft manufacturing, MRO and defence industries.

We thank all the speakers, participants and NAMIC for a very fruitful and engaging session.


Watch this Webinar below: