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Wohlers Associates, represented by Terry Wohlers and Olaf Diegel, delivered its first and successful session in Montreal, Quebec. The June 12-14 Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) course, sponsored by Canada Makes Partner CRIQ, was attended by bright and relatively young people experienced with CAD.
Participants came from a variety of sectors, including aerospace, industrial equipment and machinery, CAD and AM product sales and services, academia, government, and research. All with a common goal of of taking the next step in designing for AM.
Terry Wohlers offered this about the session, “some of the participants said that they especially appreciated the hands-on topology optimization and lattice structure exercises. One participant stated that he attends many technical AM events and this one was, by far, one of the most valuable. Another said he appreciated that lead instructor Olaf Diegel spoke French, although most of the course was conducted in English.”
“Learning how to Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) is critical for maximizing the output from your Additive Equipment,” said participant Hargurdeep Singh Director of Additive Manufacturing CAD MicroSolutions Inc. “Terry Wohlers and Olaf Diegel presented an excellent demonstration of DfAM. I particularly enjoyed learning about the Generative Design and Part Consolidation exercises using hands-on learning techniques.”
The average score given by the participants was 4.9 on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being best, so we were quite pleased with it.
Wohlers Associates will be holding another special three-day course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) in Frisco, Colorado August 8 to 10, 2018. wohlersassociates.com/DfAM.html
This coming May 16th, Réseau Québec-3D will hold its fourth annual 3D Printing conference in Montreal with the theme: “Transforming your business model with 3D Printing”. Be sure to join more than 200 participants and exhibitors for one of Canada’s most important additive manufacturing (AM) conferences.
The event is once again a collaborative effort between CRIQ, Prima Québec, Canada Makes and CRITM and offers the opportunity to hear world class experts in additive manufacturing who will present how this technology transformed their business model.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet face-to-face and network with both international and national AM leaders that have demonstrated expertise throughout the additive manufacturing value chain and continue to help position Québec and Canada as a major global player in this flourishing industry.
Be sure not to miss keynote speaker Fabian Sanchez, Design Engineer – Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Canada Limited as he presents “Delivering End-to-End Solutions for Additive Manufacturing.”
Click here to register online.
May 16, 2018
800, rue De La Gauchetière Ouest
Montréal QC H5A 1G1
$ 250 using promo code RQ3D18
Join us in Montreal for the first-ever National Forum on Advanced Manufacturing.
November 18 – 19, 2015
Palais des congrès de Montréal
25% DISCOUNT PLUS FREE EXHIBITS PASS
Use promo code AMCMIC25 when registering on advancedmfg.ca as an attendee, or click the link below:
Advanced Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, Automation Economics
Technologies & Products
|Round Tables with the Experts|
|300+ Conference Delegates from Across Canada||50+ Speakers National and International|
Wednesday Lunch Keynote:
Advanced Manufacturing – Rethinking Business Models
Manufacturing and the
Factory of the Future
National Research Council Canada About this Presentation
Brian Benoit, Senior Product Manager
Rethink Robotics About this Presentation
Additive Manufacturing Theatre 1
Scott Sevcik, Stratasys
Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace
Fiona Zhao, McGill University
New Part Consolidation Conceptual
Design Method to Capture the Freedom
of Additive Manufacturing
Fernando Quevedo González, ÉTS
Characterization and Simulation of
Manufacturing Irregularities of
Additive Manufactured Well-Ordered
Kevin Chou, The University of Alabama
Advances in Powder-Bed
Electron Beam Additive
Manufacturing: Process Modeling
Thomas Becker, ACTech North America, Inc.
20 Years of Making the
3D Printing of Foundry
Sand and How it Changed the
Development Of Metal Castings
Vivek Saxena, ICF International
Additive Manufacturing in
Allison Sibley, Queen’s University
Defect Detection and Process
Monitoringof Laser Additive
Manufacturing Using Inline
Peter Kallai, Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association
Overview of Printable Electronics
and its Applications
Stephanie Lamontagne, Bombardier Transportation
Maturity Model for Efficient Additive
Manufacturing Integration in the
Product Development Process
Automation Economics Theatre 2
Éric Tétrault, MEQ
The Need for Innovation in a Free World
Sandy Munro, Munro & Associates, Inc.
Tearing Down the Most Innovative Car since the Ford Model T: BMW i3
Maxime-Jean Gérin, Finalta Capital CII-ITC Inc.
Strategy And Business Model Based On Tax Credit Programs – Research Funding
Advanced Manufacturing: Automation & Robotics Theatre 3
Yarek Niedbala, KUKA Robotics Canada Ltd.
Robotics in Advanced Manufacturing
Sylvain Rodier, AV&R Automation
Trends Toward Paint Automation
Lorraine Blais, Solutions Novika
Laser Technologies – Welding and Surface Coating
Luc Vanden-Abeele, Axium
Yvon Legros, CRIQ
Automated Vision through Non-traditional Image Sources
Brian McHugh, AV&R Automation
High-precision robotic repairs of aircraft engine parts
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