Breaking the Wheel: How Additive Manufacturing is Revolutionizing Ceramics

Online Panel
Thursday 21st October 2021, 3pm BST / 10am EDT

Along with extensive research on additive manufacturing of polymers and metals, fabricating ceramic components using these techniques is the latest trend to come under the spotlight. Ceramic additive manufacturing is an approach suitable for the era of multiple low-volume because of its higher level of flexibility compared to conventional methods for shape complexity and design modification. However, there are still some barriers to practical use due to the AM process speed, defects, and last but not least lack of knowledge.

The panellists will be exploring Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics by analysis of different technologies in this field. You will learn about potential opportunities, suitability of various ceramic materials and also about current challenges within this area of AM. Moreover, you will have the chance to ask your questions at the end of this live session.

Our speakers are:
  • Bala Vaidhyanathan – Professor of Advanced Materials & Processing at Loughborough University
  • Hanifeh Zarezadeh – Manager of 3D Products at Photocentric
  • William Rowlands – Ceramic AM Technology Lead at Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)
  • Hosted by Phil Jackson, Lead Events Host, Ceramics/Additive Manufacturing Matrix

The panel discussion is an opportunity to form an appreciation towards the work that is undertaken by industry and academia individually and collectively, to develop new concepts and processes for advancement of additive manufacturing technologies to produce ceramic components.

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