The Mastering AM conference returns as a live event this year for the first time since 2019 and with the new innovations in the intervening period, the conference is a must-attend event for users of additive technologies.
The conference takes place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry on Thursday September 7, 2023, and will offer opportunities to network and discover what’s new in this sector.
Taking part will be leading additive technology experts keen to share their valuable knowledge and insights. Helping visitors broaden their market intelligence and spearhead growth will be speakers from some of the top companies in the sector including Siemens P&E, Eaton Aerospace, Ricoh, and Wier.
Mastering AM is a collaboration between Additive Manufacturing UK (AMUK), the UK's only trade association dedicated to the additive manufacturing sector and a constituent member of the Manufacturing Technologies Association cluster, and the National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM).
With experienced users leading informative presentations and Q&A sessions, those attending Mastering AM will walk away from the conference with a wealth of new information set to help them accelerate their additive technology adoption journey.
Josh Dugdale, the MTA’s Head of Technology & Skills said: “Mastering AM provides a platform for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing users to come together and share best industry practice. It will offer attendees an opportunity to learn from others’ experiences, exchange insights and stay updated on the on the latest developments in the field of industrial Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing technology.”
The agenda offers attendees options on what to see, hear, and learn. Some of the topics are:
- Metal Powder Bed Fusion – Laser-Based
- Design for AM & Process Simulation
- Polymer Additive Manufacturing
- Directed Energy Deposition
- Binder Jetting
- Ceramic AM
- State of AM in the UK (Present & Future)
Attendees will be able to participate in a variety of valuable supporting activities, including getting help with collaborative R&D funding, assistance for SMEs on additive manufacturing, and expert drop-in sessions. In addition, exhibitors will be eager to show delegates how they can improve their businesses with the latest technologies. This can help businesses stay ahead with the latest trends, improve efficiency, and make better use of resources.