Selective powder deposition: bringing multi-material capability to industrial additive manufacturing – Presented by Kevin Eckes, Aerosint SA

Selective powder deposition: bringing multi-material capability to industrial additive manufacturing – Presented by Kevin Eckes, Aerosint SA at the 3D Printing Materials Conference, on April 17, 2018, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen, The Netherlands. Read the interview

Selective laser sintering (SLS) and HP’s multi-jet fusion (MJF) are currently the most industry-focused additive manufacturing techniques. These powder bed fusion techniques are capable of small series production of parts with complex, overhanging, geometries. Still, they are limited by their ability to process a single material at once. Truly forward-thinking manufacturing should be focused on developing ways to fabricate complex, multi-material mechanical assemblies at once. In this talk I will present Aerosint’s selective powder deposition technology and its potential to enable industrial scale multi-material 3D printing. Continue reading “Selective powder deposition: bringing multi-material capability to industrial additive manufacturing – Presented by Kevin Eckes, Aerosint SA”

Topology optimized parts printed from high performance polymers to have great short-term potential – Interview with Kevin Eckes, Aerosint

Topology optimized parts printed from high performance polymers to have great short-term potential – Interview with Kevin Eckes, Aerosint

Kevin Eckes is R&D Engineer at Aerosint. He will speak about Selective powder deposition: bringing multi-material capability to industrial additive manufacturing during the 3D Printing Materials Conference, on Apr 17, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen, The Netherlands.

What drives you?

I am motivated to make 3D printing a truly indispensable technology; an invaluable tool in nearly every industry. I think this can only happen by broadening the material range and processing capabilities as much as possible while reducing the cost and waste associated with 3D printing. Continue reading “Topology optimized parts printed from high performance polymers to have great short-term potential – Interview with Kevin Eckes, Aerosint”