3D Printing Aerospace Workshop – Opportunities for SMEs
May 6 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
3D printing in MRO is a new reality. Just recently, Air New Zealand, ST Engineering Aerospace, Moog and Microsoft announced that they have successfully used 3D printing and blockchain technology to deliver a cabin part onto one of its Boeing 777-300ERs in Los Angeles. The proof of concept allowed the bumper part, which sits behind a screen on the airline’s Business Premier monitors (to prevent the screen from damaging the seat when it’s pushed in), to be delivered within hours and fitted ahead of the aircraft’s scheduled departure.
Get in on the action and join AAIS, Enterprise Singapore, and the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) for a workshop on 3D-Printing in the Aerospace Sector. In particular, the workshop will focus on the latest industry updates, as well as opportunities for Singapore SMEs. Specific topics will cover aerospace qualification, AM post processing, AM value chain disruption and perspectives from local 3D printing practitioners.
Day/Date: Monday, 6 May 2019
Time: 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Venue: SAP Business Centre, Level 3 JTC Aviation Two
|3.00pm||Welcome by AAIS|
|3.05pm||Journey to Aeronautic AM Qualification and Success Stories in Europe
by Mr Thierry Gautreau, Head of Innovation, Design and Simulation, CETIM
|3.25pm||Opportunities in AM Value Chain for Aerospace Applications
by Dr Zheng Guo Ying, Director – Technology Office, ST Engineering Aerospace
|4.00pm||3D Printing from a Singapore SME Perspective
by Mr Wu Yong Lin, Managing Director, Forefront AM
|4.20pm||Updates and Progress of Aerospace 3D Printing
by Mr Ken Ong, Industry and Standards Development Director, NAMIC
|4.40pm||Q&A / Networking|
|5.00pm||End of Programme|
Please click the register button at the top left of this page to begin registration. Registration closes on 2 May at 5 pm.
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