Attend LPW Carpenter Additive’s Interactive ‘Powder Degradation Study’ Workshop at the 2019 AMUG Conference

At the 2019 AMUG Conference in Chicago, LPW Carpenter Additive’s Application Engineer, Nate Kistler, will be hosting a workshop to help metal AM users plan how to design their own powder degradation study, to optimise metal powder usage in AM builds. The workshop will be held in the Hilton Chicago’s Marquette Room on Tuesday, April 2nd, from 1.30pm-2.30pm.

The interactive session, “Designing a Powder Degradation Study”, aims to help the participants to understand how to undertake a powder degradation study that is customizable to each user’s AM needs. Additionally, the presentation will share useful information and findings from internal studies on powder degradation, powder recycling, and the economic benefits of understanding the link between part mechanical properties and powder degradation.

It would be useful to bring a laptop or tablet into this workshop if you’d like to engage in real-time with the Excel-based interactive powder study template designed for customising individual powder usage. If you are interested in learning how powder degradation affects your AM processes, please join us for this practical workshop.

To plan the workshop into your schedule, visit the AMUG planner here.


LPW Carpenter Additive are celebrating Engineers Week 2019

This week marks Engineers Week 2019, Sat 2nd March- Fri 8th March. We are proud to have a wonderful team of innovative, creative and knowledgeable engineers here at LPW Carpenter Additive that work hard to solve complex issues and develop tomorrows breakthroughs.


LPW Carpenter Additive presenting at the 1st ASTM Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Workshop

LPW Carpenter Additive are pleased to be sponsoring the 1st ASTM Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Workshop on 25th March 2019 at Grand National Opelika, AL. Our Technical Director, Nick Weeks and Applications Engineer, Nate Kistler will be attending the event, presenting on ‘Powder Specification’ at 8.00am (CST) during the session.

The one-day workshop offers participants a comprehensive snapshot of the Additive Manufacturing value chain and will discuss; powder, design, processing, post-processing, non-destructive inspection, qualification and certification. It is open to all professionals in the AM community who wish to learn about the latest AM standardised practices.

To view the technical programme and for registration information, visit https://bit.ly/2N6vmTM.