Oak Ridge National Labs (ORNL) talks about the research they are doing with AM technology to revolutionize the way products are designed.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is collaborating with equipment manufacturers, like Arcam, as well as end users to advance state-of-the-art technologies to revolutionize the way products are designed and built using additive manufacturing (AM) technology. Drawing on its close ties with industry and world-leading capabilities in materials development, characterization, and processing, ORNL is creating an unmatched environment for breakthroughs in additive manufacturing. ORNL is developing processing techniques and exploring new materials via additive manufacturing to improve energy efficiency during component production, decrease material waste and improve material performance. Exciting projects being worked on include near net shape fabrication of titanium and nickel base super alloy components using low cost feedstock materials. Join this webinar to learn about:

Learning Objectives:

  • How ORNL is working with manufacturers and end users to revolutionize the way products are designed using AM

  • Identifying the critical needs to establish additive manufacturing as a mainstream manufacturing process

  • How ORNL is developing processing techniques for the advancement of AM

  • The new material exploration being done at ORNL

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