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    IMechE Event:- Additive Layer Manufacturing

    Start date: 15/01/2014
    Cost: Free Please Register

    The current position of the additive manufacturing value chain will be presented, both from the perspective of a technology and supply chain provider, and from that of an end user.

    Date:- 15th January 2014, Time 18:00 – 20:00  (Refreshments from 6pm, Talk starts at 6.30pm)

    Venue Canberra Club, BAE Systems Samlesbury, Balderstone, Lancashire, BB2 7LF

    The field of additive manufacturing has been gathering increasing momentum in recent years, progressing from being a niche manufacturing capability practiced mostly by university research groups to being a recognisable part of mainstream production.

    As one of the UK’s main providers of functional metal components through direct metal laser sintering, 3T RPD are well qualified to provide a knowledgeable perspective on where this technology currently stands, and where it is going. They are working with many global auto and aero sector primes to establish methods for the rapid generation of parts for development and for small scale series production.

    BAE SYSTEMS were an early adopter of additive manufacturing technology for the production of wind tunnel test models, and have developed this position through more than a decade of work.
    BAE Systems – Additive Layer Manufacturing breakthrough

    For more information, visit the IMechE Near You website (below).
    Free Parking.
    Refreshments will be available from 6pm.

    Please register your place (for catering purposes) using “book this event” link on the IMechE Near You event page.

    Venue Map:
    See the BAE Systems website: BAE Systems Samlesbury

    Free – Friends, colleagues and family welcome
    Contact:- Lancashire Area Committee: Euan Mason  (via website)

    European Regional Development Fund Northern Powerhouse
    Partners Department for Business Innovation and Skills Finance Birmingham