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November 8 (Tue.) 10:30～11:30
Toward the innovation of "mono-zukuri" using a metal-based additive manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing (AM) has undergone rapid development in the last decade, and it has been recognized as a remarkable technique owing to its capacity to produce parts with complex and functional geometries. In this seminar, we will focus on AM using metallic materials, and introduce advantages and challenges, world trends, future prospects.
November 8 (Tue.) 12:00〜13:00
Latest Technical Trend of 3D Printing from Europe and The US
Europe and The United States are actively working on the technology and use of 3D printers. Face-to-face exhibitions resumed in Europe and The US in late 2021. J3DPA visits these exhibitions to research new technologies and new products. Several topics from these investigations will be introduced.
November 8 (Tue.) 15:00〜16:00
A Practical Guide to 3D Printing
I will explain the basic technology of resin 3D printers. In addition, I will explain the relationship between each method of 3D printer and the materials that can be used. Why does simple FDM (MEX) printing fail with ABS even though success with PLA ? I answer these questions that we usually feel when using a 3D printer.
November 9 (Wed.) 10:00～11:00 《NEW》
Female engineers’ insight of manufacturing world
Three female young engineers in aerospace field will have a panel discussion to talk about the attractive manufacturing world.
November 9 (Wed.) 11:30〜12:30
Regarding production technology which causes Game Change
(Production technology required for PWT products in the future)
In recent years, the environment surrounding the automobile industry is changing at a tremendous rate. As the structure of powertrain products changes drastically, the method of “monozukuri” is about to change drastically. I’d like to explain the future powertrain production technology evolution and outlook.
November 9 (Wed.) 13:30～16:30
AM Seminar by Japan Machine Tool Builders' Association
|13:30～15:15||Introduction of the latest technology AM equipment manufacturers|
|(Presenters)||Sodick Co.,Ltd., Okuma Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Yamazaki Mazak Corporation, JEOL Ltd., DMG Mori Co.,Ltd., Matsuura Machinery Corporation|
|(Facilitator)||Prof. Dr. Tatsuaki FURUMOTO (Kanazawa University)|
|(Panelist)||Prof. Dr. Hiroyuki SASAHARA (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) and Seminar Presenter|
November 10 (Thu.) 10:00～11:15
Developments and Prospects of Next-Generation Industrial 3D Printers
– Laser Beam System -
The achievements and challenges of “Next-generation industrial 3D printers project” are reported. In addition, regarding the laser-beam powder bed fusion process, the powder recoating and melting-solidification phenomena and the development of monitoring-feedback system are introduced.
November 10 (Thu.) 11:25～12:40
Development of next-generation industrial 3D printers and future trend －Electron beam type
The research and development results of the first phase project using the electron beam method will be outlined. In addition, the research and development results of the second project currently underway will be explained. Furthermore, the future prospects will be described based on these results.
November 10 (Thu.) 13:30～14:15
Development of electron beam metal 3D printer
Introducing JEOL Ltd.'s electronic beam powder bed fusion metal 3D printer JAM-5200EBM, which has been successfully commercialized based on the research results of a national project.
November 10 (Thu.) 14:20～15:05
Development of EB/PBF 3D Printer (II)
Following explanation of EB processing, it is presented newly developed EB/PBF 3D printer has one of the world's largest build sizes and highest build speeds, also a released small-size EB/PBF 3D printer that applies the fruits.
November 10 (Thu.) 15:10～15:55
Development of a laser DED metal 3D printer
The DED printing method is used for manufacturing large parts and coating functional materials. A monitoring system for assuring printing quality and high precision deposition nozzles are required for its widespread use. This presentation will explain the results of development at TRAFAM and recent technological trends.
November 11 (Fri.) 10:30～11:50
"Emergent Circular Design and Digital Manufacturing"
The speaker will talk about the new future concept of recycling and upcycling with digital transformation and 3D printing technologies.
November 11 (Fri.) 13:30～14:30
How to lower AM costs of final parts.
AM is already used as one of the final parts manufacturing technologies. As with the conventional manufacturing technology, AM have the points of reducing costs (building cost, post-processing cost, quality cost, etc.). This program will show these points and examples.
November 11 (Fri.) 15:00～16:00
Workflow from introduction of AM machine to process design for final parts manufacturing.
This program will explain a workflow from introduction of AM machine to process designing for quality assured AM final parts manufacturing, according to the international standards ISO/ASTM.
November 12 (Sat.) 10:30～13:00
Difference between cutting and Additive Manufacturing ～Material maker, machine maker, service bureau compared～
We will compare and explain the difference between cutting and AM from materials, machine tools, and contract processing companies, and tell you what kind of cases are suitable for AM. In addition, we will hold a talk session with explainers to explore how to utilize AM by exchanging opinions with each industry.
November 12 (Sat.) 14:00～15:00
Novel Soft Manufacturing Developed by 3D Printing
3D printers have been commercialized for hard materials such as metals and rigid plastics. On the other hand, 3D printers for soft matter such as polymer gels and food products are still at the laboratory level. SWEL is investigating 3D gel printers for practical use.
November 13 (Sun.) 14:00～15:00
Recent Trend and Perspective on Metal Additive Manufacturing
Recently, metal additive manufacturing technology has been developed rapidly and thereby introduced in various fields. The trend of the latest development of metal 3D printers and related materials are reported, and the perspective of metal additive manufacturing is discussed.