In two webinars on 17 November 2020, Sirris and Granutools will give you new insight in powder handling for AM. We will go deeper into the use of compaction curves to detect a drift linked to contamination of aluminium powder by humidity.

On 21 October, speakers from Voestalpine and Optimus3D will talk about additive manufacturing of moulds. Classical manufacturing of such moulds involves processes such as milling, grinding and polishing. All of these processes consume a significant amount of time and cost. Such cost can be accepted for large volumes of replications, but it becomes critical for lower production volumes that need to be delivered quickly.

Additve Talks is another approach to delivering 3D printing and AM resources. This day brings together additive manufacturing players and experts from vertical industries so that they can exchange on various topics. Sirris too will make a contribution on costs and considerations for investing in an AM system.

Sirris can 3D print TPU by SLS, creating different hardness zones, either by concentrating on their internal structure or on sintering parameters.

Quality assurance in additive manufacturing involves strict control of the raw material and its monitoring throughout the production process.

You would like to help in coronavirus times, by designing and printing medical equipment or parts via AM? Let Sirris be your guide and inform you about what to do and how to do it correctly!

The coronavirus pandemic and the possible shortage of medical devices pose a major challenge to the usual production and distribution channels of medical devices. The Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) provides adapted guidelines for manufacturers who wish to help in providing more options for care institutions.

Do you lack time to explore all the available routes in the field of additive manufacturing? Sirris’ experts have created a practical tool to help you make the right choice of processes, machines, materials, suppliers, etc.

The H2020 project AMable calls again for proposals that bring forward an innovative idea of functional products that needs additive manufacturing (AM) to become real.

During a half-day masterclass, the pioneer of the QRM philosophy Rajan Suri will make a more in-depth exploration of POLCA, an alternative for Kanban. POLCA has been especially developed for high-mix, low-volume and custom-engineered products, for which Kanban systems are less well suited.