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The Panel will be part of the McGill AM event “Top Business Applications for Additive Manufacturing” February 27, 2019
This coming February 27 is the additive manufacturing event “Top Business Applications of Additive Manufacturing” at McGill in Montreal. Réseau Québec-3D (RQ3D), Canada Makes and McGill University partner for this industry focused event designed to help companies adopt one of the main pillars of Industry 4.0: 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing.
Last week we discussed one of the featured panels “3D Printing and Lightweight Robotic End Of Arm Tooling (EOAT),” and how it is now being used in a number of fields for manufacturing of end devices. This week we’ll have a look at the other featured panel for the day “Machining Challenges in an Additive World.”
Once again we bring in some of Canada’s leading experts on the topic metal additive and machining, the panel will be moderated by Moderator Fabian Sanchez of Siemens and includes panelists; Christian Desravines, Usinage Multiconcept, Éric Thibault, Bell Helicopter and Jared Kozub of Precision ADM.
This panel will be a good opportunity learn about best practices, the advantages and challenges companies are facing in adopting AM.
Discussion will focus on what impacts is AM having on machining and how do the technologies complement each other.
Panelist intend to talk about the importance of the design in the integration of AM through machining and offer a better knowledge of the technology and understand how we can design for AM.
Design for AM is an item that companies are struggling with (Topology optimization, part growth vs shape and loads, distortion due to metal shrinkage, surface finish, etc). Be ready to hear questions about what help AM companies can provide to end-users and the challenges to certify an aircraft part and more.
Join us on February 27 at McGill for this great opportunity to meet and learn from leading practitioners of 3D Printing and join the 4th Industrial revolution. View the agenda
*REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED
May 31st saw more than 200 industry professionals attend the Taking the Lead in Additive Manufacturing conference in Boucherville, Québec. The day’s sessions included both International and National leaders in additive manufacturing. This was the third annual Réseau Quebec-3D (RQ3D) conference organized jointly by Canada Makes, CRIQ, PRIMA and CRITM.
The knowledge shared by the day’s speakers was both instructive and well suited for the business professionals on hand. The day started with a video message from the Honourable Navdeep Singh Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, followed by the day’s keynote, Greg Morris of GE Additive, and international speakers M. Jalel Nadji, Application Engineer Materialise USA, M. Daan A.J. Kersten, CEO Additive Industries from The Netherlands, Alexandre Lahaye AddUp (Micheline-Fives) France.
Of note was Greg Morris response to a question from the audience about where Canada additive efforts should focus? Canada should really be developing a supply chain that can add more value to its natural resource mineral extraction sector. Afterwards, the audience was treated to a surprise video featuring Cassidy Silbernagel, which lead into Daan Kertens presentation. Cassidy is a two-time winner of Additive Industries Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge. You can view the video here.
During last year’s event RQ3D and Canada Makes signed a collaborative agreement designed to promote 3D printing and help Canadian manufacturers integrate this new technology. Denis Hardy, President & CEO Centre de recherche industrielle du Quebec (CRIQ), said “this conference proves that the strong alliance forged last year between RQ3D and Canada Makes is leading the push in the adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) across Canada.”
“I am very grateful to have been invited to speak at this conference. Canada Makes and RQ3D put together a great agenda with world renowned leaders in additive manufacturing which offered insightful and truly valuable information.” said Martin Petrak, CEO Precision ADM.
Canada Makes would like to thank James Wilson, Deputy Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Province of Manitoba for attending this years conference and we hope to continue working closely with Manitoba and other provinces in building a world leading AM sector.
The afternoon was highlighted by McGill’s University’s Mathieu Brochu’s presentation about the AM ecosystem and how to achieve an equilibrium. The day also included two significant announcements, first, is a brand new AM training initiative called Fab 3D and a new 3D Printing Design Challenge for Canada’s post secondary students that will include cash prizes.
Canada Makes is very pleased with the positive feedback received for this conference, which now must be considered Canada’s leading Additive manufacturing event. We would like to thank Louis Duhamel for doing a great job as facilitator and look forward to another great event next year.
Taking the Lead in Additive Manufacturing
On May 31, 2017 come and see an impressive lineup of Canadian and international additive manufacturing experts and more than 300 participants with 20 exhibitors for the third edition of Réseau Québec-3D’s annual conference in collaboration with Canada Makes.
Keynote Speaker is GE’s M. Greg Morris
Greg Morris, Additive Technologies Leader GE Additive, is internationally recognized as a leading pioneer in metal additive manufacturing.
The event offers the opportunity to attend talks by international presenters including M. Jalel Nadji, Application Engineer Materialise USA, M. Daan A.J. Kersten, CEO Additive Industries from The Netherlands, Alexandre Lahaye AddUp (Micheline-Fives) France, as well as Canadian leaders in additive manufacturing.
The third conference will be held in the Montreal suburb of Boucherville with the theme: “Taking the Lead in Additive Manufacturing”.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with Canadian and international business leaders who have demonstrated expertise throughout the additive manufacturing supply chain and help position Québec and Canada as leaders in this flourishing industry.
Click here for the preliminary agenda, with more to come.
May 31, 2017
1228, rue Nobel, Boucherville, QC J4B 5H1
|Until April 30, 2017||After April 30, 2017|
*Réseau Québec-3D, Canada Makes, PRIMA Québec, and CRITM members can take advantage of the member registration fee.
Hôtel Mortagne offers participants a special rate of $165 per night. To obtain this rate, mention the confirmation number 19943 or indicate you are attending the Annual Réseau Québec-3D Conference. The deadline to take advantage of this rate is May 12, 2017.
To reserve: 1-450-655-9966 or toll free: 1-877-655-9966.
For more information:
1-418-659-1550 / 1-800-667-2386, ext. 2499
Canada Makes and Réseau Québec – 3D (RQ3D) invite you to a workshop at Axis Prototyping that is looking to demystify additive manufacturing for industry. You will be presented practical additive manufacturing applications with an emphases on prototyping. This is designed for businesses looking to adopt additive manufacturing to their process.
Industrial 3D printing saves time and money through tried and true proven applications.
When: Thursday December 8, 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Where: Axis Prototypes – 6956 Jarry Est, Saint-Léonard
Register: contact email@example.com
L’impression 3D en milieu industriel : sauvez temps et argent par des applications éprouvées
Quand : jeudi le 8 décembre, de 13h à 16h
Où : Axis Prototypes – 6956 Jarry Est, Saint-Léonard
Coût : 50$
Inscription : Faites parvenir votre nom et vos coordonnées à firstname.lastname@example.org, nous communiquerons avec vous pour procéder au paiement.
Priorité accordée aux membres du RQ3D, de Canada Makes et de Prima Québec 15 places disponibles – Inscrivez-vous sans tarder!
|13 h||Arrivée des participants|
|13 h 30||Mot de bienvenue|
|13 h 45||Impression 3D : mythes et réalités Gilles Desharnais, Axis Prototypes|
|14 h 30||Applications de la fabrication additive en milieu industriel Philippe Dupuis, Précision 3D|
|15 h||Mot de fermeture|
|15 h 15||Visite des installations de Axis Prototypes|