Discover the opportunities of AM during our masterclass!

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is emerging as a viable alternative within the manufacturing industry. Do you have the required knowledge to successfully make the switch? On 26 April and 23 May Sirris organises a new edition of the masterclass 'Design for AM'. This masterclass will offer you the knowledge and insight needed to design components specifically for AM, which will allow you to take full advantage of this technology. 

Now that it has become clear that AM does indeed have potential for producing high quality parts, it is important for companies to acquire the necessary knowledge about it. If you want to apply AM successfully, it is extremely important to adapt the design to the technology. 

In addition to rapid prototyping, AM is increasingly being applied in functional components. To apply AM successfully, it is essential to have the necessary in-house knowledge of the various technologies. This Sirris Masterclass ‘Design for Additive Manufacturing’ on 26 April and 23 May offers you a unique insight into both the potential and limitations of Additive Manufacturing as a production technology.  

What will the masterclass offer you

  • We will work through an entire design process and at each step, we examine the knowledge you would need to implement AM successfully.
  • We will visit state-of-the art machinery, which will allow you to better understand the difference between the different technologies, and we will highlight a whole series of practical design guidelines, design tools and other tips & tricks. 

Gain experience with a company-specific case

During the masterclass, we will work on a case that every participant brings from his own company or work situation. What does this mean?

  • You will redesign one of your own products or components for AM production
  • The new design is produced in PA on the Sirris machines as proof-of-concept (included in the price). 

This masterclass will give you a broad and detailed idea about the AM technologies, covering both their potential and limitations. By gaining an insight in the different AM technologies you will be able to make a well-informed comparison between AM technology and conventional production methods. You will be able to see on a case-by-case basis which production method is best for you.  

You don’t want to miss it? Programme, registration options and other information is available here!