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On October 24th, Canada Makes successfully concluded the forth Canada Makes Additive Manufacturing (AM) Forum at the University of Waterloo. The event was highlighted by leading international and national AM experts who shared their knowledge and insight in this emerging technology. Many in attendance requested the presentations see below for links to the ones available.
See more about the event at LEADING AM EXPERTS SHOWCASED AT CANADA MAKES FORUM
Below are the presentations that we have permission to share with the public. Note: Some may have modified the content.
|Names of presenter||Biographies and links to presentations|
Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU,
Group Manager AM Applications
|Presentation: Laser Beam Melting drives efficiency of tooling applications
Mathias Gebauer studied mechanical engineering with a specialization in production engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Dresden. He started his career as a casting technologist for a medium-sized automotive supplier in the field of light metal low-pressure sand casting. His responsibilities included technological support for prototype and small-series components as well as cooperation in innovation management. For more than nine years Mr. Gebauer has been working as a research associate at the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU. At the Dresden branch, Mr. Gebauer works as a group manager in the department “Additive Manufacturing”, where he is responsible for the acquisition, planning and implementation of research and development projects regarding AM for tooling and the technological development of the laser beam melting process. Mr. Gebauer has been involved in additive manufacturing for more than twelve years.
|Cassidy Silbernagel||Presentation: How Additive Manufacturing has shaped the automotive sector and is driving it into the future
Cassidy has been active with 3D printing since 2010 and is about to complete an additive manufacturing PhD in the UK. He has worked for several years prior to his PhD as a mechanical design engineer and has helped develop electric motors for motorcycles and generators for wind turbines. He is researching how additive manufacturing can be used to help create electric motors. He is a two time winner in the student category of the Additive World Design Challenge in 2016 and 2017.
|Dylan Yazbeck, Lab Supervisor at Jesse Garant Metrology Center||Presentation: CT Scanning
Dylan Yazbeck is the lab supervisor at Jesse Garant Metrology Center. He started his Computer Tomography career working as a data analyst, focusing on scanning and analysing client products. The countless hours working in this role working with thousands of unique products allows him to oversee lab operation and work closely with clients establishing specific procedures on a project basis. The creation of new CT procedures at the company has allowed ISO9001: 2015 and AS9100 certification. The opportunity to continuously improve and learn within the CT industry matching procedure with client expectation and requirement makes Dylan excited to continue his role.
|Ed Bernard, Director of Research & Development at Crest Mold Technologies Inc||Speaking notes: Panel Conformal Cooling – Facts vs Myths and Overcoming Obstacles
Ed Bernard has over 40 years of experience in the Moldmaking Industry, having received numerous awards and accolades for innovative achievements and leadership within the manufacturing sector, and is currently the Chair of the Research & Development Committee and Director of the Moldmaking Cluster Collaboration Network of the Canadian Association of Moldmakers as well as the Manager of Scientific Research & Experimental Development at Crest Mold Technology Inc. where he has been experimenting with various different types of advanced manufacturing, essential to conformal thermal systems, for the application of cyclic process thermodynamics.
|Steve Slusher, Executive, AddWorks Manufacturing Development Leader (GE)||Speaking notes: Prototyping to Production
As an Executive leader within our AddWorks organization, Steve Slusher is leading a team of design and manufacturing engineers along with data scientist whom partner with our customers to industrialize their additive manufacturing process. In this role he championed the upgrades of the M2 product line and brought analytics to the forefront to improve both machine and product repeatability. Steve has been with GE for 16 years with roles in design, test and certification. He has led teams on several GE Aviation Commercial product lines. Since joining GE Additive a year and a half ago Steve has established a multi-regional team to industrialize the existing laser and electron beam product line and the surrounding processes. The team has worked with both internal and external customers to help them advance their additive journey into piece part production.
|C. Annette Langhammer, Director of Advanced Engineering NMC Dynaplas, Toronto||Presentation: Conformal Cooling in Automotive/Mobility
BA Econ, York; Toolmaker Ticket Magna; 30 yrs primarily Magna/Decoma; NMC Dynaplas – Technical Captive Injection Molder; focusing on assisting customers migrate to high performing thermoplastic materials including lightweighting, design flexibility, recyclability, performance improvements.
|Mathieu Fagnan, Pratt & Whitney Canada||Presentation: Additive Manufacturing at Pratt & Whitney Canada
Mathieu has been involved with technology since his teens, welding bicycle frames in his parents shed. He fueled his passion for making stuff by completing a technical degree in industrial engineering that saw him entered the world of composites manufacturing, mostly in process optimization for helicopters components. Still hungry for knowledge, he completed a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and moved toward faster moving vehicles, contributing in core design, supply chain technical support and manufacturing equipment technology for turbine engines at Pratt & Whitney Canada. Mathieu now leads the deployment of Additive Manufacturing Technologies at P&WC. With his team, Mathieu is taking over the challenge of building the whole design system to incorporate AM to the P&WC toolbox of qualified manufacturing processes.
|Roger Eybel, Materials and Processes Group Leader/Safran Expert
Safran Landing Systems
|Presentation: Safran Helicopter Engines process for AM combustion parts
Roger Eybel is a graduate of Queen’s University (Canada) in Metallurgical Engineering (1986). Mr. Eybel has been with Safran approximately 29 years and is presently a senior Safran Expert (Senior Technical Fellow). His work on emerging technology projects has included new alloy development (i.e. AF1410, AerMet 100, beta titaniums, etc.), new coatings, metal matrix composites, solid state welding and now additive manufacturing. Mr. Eybel has long been involved in SAE metals committees which have included AMEC, ASEC, P17,B, D, E, F,G and additive manufacturing, and presently a sponsor of three AMS documents.
|François Charron-Doucet, Director of Quality Control and Scientific Director at Groupe AGÉCO||Presentation: Greening the Aerospace Supply Chain
Mr. Charron-Doucet is Director of Quality Control and Scientific Director at Groupe AGÉCO. François Charron-Doucet received a diploma in engineering physics in 2004 (École Polytechnique de Montreal), and obtained his Master’s degree in 2007 from the same university with a thesis on greenhouse gas project quantification using Life Cycle Assessment. He held a position at the CIRAIG, Interuniversity Research Centre in Life Cycle Analysis, from 2007 to 2010 as research associate and as scientific director at Quantis Canada (now Groupe AGECO) from 2010 to 2015. He is a CSA Group Certified GHG Verifier and a recognized verifier for several North American and European environmental product declaration programs, including the International EPD System (Sweden) and CSA (Canada). He is member of the CAC/ISO/TC207/SC3 – Environmental Labelling Canadian mirror committee.
|Thomas A. Houle, Director, LUMEX NA for Matsuura USA||Presentation: Conformal Cooling LUMEX NA for Matsuura
Thomas Houle is an experienced Manufacturing Professional with a demonstrated history of success in the tooling and plastics industry. He is skilled in new product development, Program Management, Sales and Business development, new Technology adoption and Manufacturing systems and experienced with in-mold sensing and monitoring to measure mold and part performance. Houle has 27 years of continuing experience in the injection mold and molding industry developing turn-key projects for customers all around the globe. In his role as Director, LUMEX NA for Matsuura USA, Tom leverages his experience in operational excellence and continues to develop a cutting-edge, innovative U.S. presence for Matsuura’s Hybrid AM Manufacturing solution. He inspires a culture of continuous improvement by defining goals, developing strategies, implementing systems and measuring performance results for the LUMEX product.
Agent de recherche et développement
|Presentation: Additive Manufacturing at the CRIQ and recent Initiatives
Olivier Marcotte holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. He has held the position of research and development officer at the Center de recherche industrielle du Québec (CRIQ) since 2009. As such, he participated in the establishment of a metal additive manufacturing laboratory for industrial applications in 2014. This laboratory aims to familiarize Quebec companies with this technology of the future by providing access to the equipment and expertise of CRIQ staff. For close to 2 years, he has been working on the development of a new additive manufacturing laboratory that will be dedicated to the medical applications of 3D printing. This laboratory, created in partnership with a group of local hospitals, will aim to develop new applications of 3D printing in the medical field, be it patient-specific metal implants, cutting guides, anatomical models or other applications of interest.
Thank you once again to our Sponsors:
The CME Canada Makes Additive Manufacturing Forum of October 24, 2018 at the University of Waterloo will feature speakers from both the Aerospace and Automotive/tooling sectors who will discuss on how they improved their competitiveness through the adoption of additive manufacturing.
Join us and learn more about this emerging sector.
The Forum will feature two panels, “Aerospace using Additive Manufacturing” and “Conformal Cooling – Facts versus Myths Overcoming Obstacles.”
- Panel 1 – Aerospace and Additive Manufacturing, moderator Mark Kirby
- Panel 2 – Conformal Cooling – Facts versus Myths Overcoming Obstacles, moderator Ed Bernard
The forum will continue to deliver on the success of past events and offer ample opportunity for networking. The Canada Makes Scrum, introduced last year, will once again use the same format. Canada Makes partners will circle the room with tables and banners and take part in a great opportunity to talk face-to-face with experts in additive.
Canada Makes continues offering insight and expertise for Canada’s industry leaders with the mission of helping companies understand how they might use additive manufacturing as part of their process. The forum will show how additive is a key component of Industry 4.0, implementation.
Time: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Federation Hall (Building #35) University of Waterloo
200 University Ave W, Waterloo, ON
Cost: $100 CME Members/Canada Makes Partners
$150 CME / Canada Makes Non-Members
The Master of Ceremony is David Saint John Director of Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Linamar.
View the list and bios of speakers here
|8:00 – 9:00 a.m.||Registration and Networking Coffee|
|9:00 – 9:10 a.m.||Welcome Remarks||Peter Adams, CEO & President Burloak Technologies|
|9:10 – 9:45 a.m.||Laser Beam Melting drives efficiency of tooling applications||Mathias Gebauer, Fraunhofer Group Manager for AM applications|
|9:45 – 10:15 a.m.||How Additive Manufacturing has shaped the automotive sector and is driving it into the future||Cassidy Silbernagel, two time winner of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge|
|10:15 – 10:40 a.m.||Networking Break|
|10:40 – 11:40 a.m.||Panel Conformal Cooling – Facts vs Myths and Overcoming Obstacles||Moderator Ed Bernard
Panellists: Wes Byleveld, Director, Additive Manufacturing Exco Engineering
Annette Langhammer, Director of Advanced Engineering NMC Dynaplas
Tom Houle, Director Lumex, NA at Matsuura Machinery USA, Inc.
|11:40 – 12:00 p.m.||The Efficacy of Computed Tomography for Additively Manufactured Parts||Dylan Yazbeck, Lab Supervisor Jesse Garant Metrology Center|
|12:00 -1:15 p.m.||Networking Lunch|
|1:15 – 1:45 p.m.||Aerospace and Additive Manufacturing applications||Peter Adams, CEO & President Burloak Technologies|
|1:45 – 2:45 p.m.||Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace.||Moderator Mark Kirby
Panellists: Roger Eybel, Materials and Processes Group Leader/Safran Expert
Mathieu Fagnan, Enterprise Manager, Additive Manufacturing Technologies Pratt & Whitney Canada
Steve Slusher, Executive, AddWorks Manufacturing Development Leader (GE)
|2:45 – 3:00 p.m.||Presentation: Survey on Green aerospace practices in Canada||François Charron-Doucet, Director of Quality Control and Scientific Director at Groupe AGÉCO|
|3:00 – 3:15 p.m.||Market update on Medical AM||Martin Petrak, President & CEO Precision ADM|
|3:15 – 3:30 p.m.||Update on the Medical 3D Printing Centre in Québec||Olivier Marcotte, Agent de recherche et développement, CRIQ|
|3:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m.||Reception brought to you by CRIQ||Networking Reception – Wine, beer and soft drinks.|
We thank Burloak Technologies as our major corporate sponsor.The following companies will be sharing their expertise at the Canada Makes Scrum.