Additive Manufacturing 101
Additive Manufacturing 101 is an introductory course to additive manufacturing, designed to give a process overview of the different additive manufacturing systems, economics, and health and safety for a production environment.
This is a 2-day course with no prerequisites required.
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Provide trainees with information to make informed choices about AM technology while giving trainees an idea of what an AM production environment looks like.
- Additive Manufacturing (AM) Overview
- AM technologies (7 ISO Defined Categories for AM; ISO/ASTM 52900:2015/ ASTM F2792)
- AM Uses and Issues
- Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
- Part Quality and Qualification
- Process Control
- AM Equipment and Facility Requirements
An Oklahoma native, growing up in Ponca City and attending Northern Oklahoma College for 3D Animation and Video Editing, Bryan Murphy has been in rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing since 2002.
Bryan now works for Moog Inc.’s Aircraft Group as an Additive Manufacturing (AM) Operations Coordinator. Having grown into an additive manufacturing expert he provides technical support, training, 3D design /CAD data, engineering/design support and model validation across a variety of industries including Aerospace, Defense, Oil and Gas, Medical and Industrial.