Workshop on the application of additive manufacturing in medicine

Poštovani / Dear all

Pozivamo vas na radionicu o primjeni aditivne proizvodnje u medicini koja će se održati online u petak, 26. studenog s početkom u 10,00 sati. Molimo vas da poziv proslijedite kolegicama i kolegama kojima bi ova tema mogla biti zanimljiva.

We invite you to a workshop on the application of additive manufacturing in medicine to be held online on Friday, November 26 starting at 10am. Please forward the invitation to colleagues who may find this topic interesting.

Molim Vas da na e-mail: dgodec@fsb.hr    do 25. studenog 2021. potvrdite svoju namjeru prisustvovanja kako bismo vam poslali poveznicu za sudjelovanje na radionici.

Please confirm your intention to attend by e-mail: dgodec@fsb.hr     by November 25, 2021, so that we can send you a link to participate in the workshop.

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Summer School Programme on Advanced Additive Manufacturing: Design and Materials

Dear all,

We invite you to a summer school programme on Advanced Additive Manufacturing: Design and Materials to be held on Thursday, 29th October starting at 9.00 am GMT. Please forward the invitation to colleagues who may find this topic interesting.

Please register for the Summer school via this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4T7-JKKPTX6Smqr5rHRqPg

Event has limited number of participants, so please click the link ASAP.

With best regards,
Tomislav Breški

Workshop: Advanced Material Modelling and Application of Additive Manufacturing

Radionica Napredno modeliranje materijala i primjena aditivne proizvodnje namijenjena je prikazu određivanja svojstava materijala potrebnih pri preradi aditivnom proizvodnjom, simulacije postupaka ekstrudiranja (posebice važno za FFF postupke) i injekcijskog prešanja praškastih materijala. Dio radionice posvećen je karakterizaciji metalnih prahova namijenjenih aditivnoj proizvodnji te funkcionalno gradiranoj aditivnoj proizvodnji, njihovoj funkcionalnosti i primjeni.

 

The Advanced Material Modelling and Additive Manufacturing Workshop is intended to showcase material properties determination, which are important for AM, simulation of processes of extrusion (especially important for FFF processes of AM) and injection moulding of powder materials. Part of the workshop is also intended to characterisation of metallic powders for AM as well as to Functional Graded Additive Manufacturing, their functionalities and application.

 

Workshop: Advanced Material Modelling and Application of Additive Manufacturing

Poštovani / Dear all
Pozivamo vas na radionicu o naprednom modeliranju materijala i primjeni aditivne proizvodnje koja će se održati u utorak, 20. listopada s početkom u 9,20 sati. Molimo vas da poziv proslijedite kolegicama i kolegama kojima bi ova tema mogla biti zanimljiva.

We invite you to a workshop on advanced material modeling and application of additive manufacturing to be held on Tuesday, 20th October starting at 9.20. Please forward the invitation to colleagues who may find this topic interesting.

Molim Vas da na e-mail tomislav.breski@fsb.hr
do 16. listopada 2020. potvrdite svoju namjeru prisustvovanja radionici kako bismo vam poslali poveznicu za sudjelovanje na radionici.

Please confirm your intention to attend the workshop by sending e-mail to tomislav.breski@fsb.hr
by 16th October 2020 so we can send you a link to participate in the workshop.

Datum održavanja online radionice: 20. listopada 2020.
Date of the online workshop: 20th October 2020

Program radionice: Napredno modeliranje materijala i primjena aditivne proizvodnje

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Education and training at LTH (Lund, Sweden)

In November 2019, the INEX-ADAM project held a two week design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) course at Lund University in Sweden for three researchers from UNIZAG FSB. The course included a mix of both theoretical content and hands-on content in which the attendees designed and printed parts using additive manufacturing processes for metals and polymers. The course content covered general design methodologies for AM and introduced the participants to various analysis, optimization and build preparation software. This included software for topology optimisation and generative design, as well as an in-depth understanding of the advantages of AM, and when to use AM over conventional manufacturing. As AM can be a slow and expensive technology if not used in the correct way, and for the right reasons, the course also covered the economic side of AM, and techniques such as light-weighting which can be used to both decrease product cost, as well as improving functionality.

 

The participants were also introduced to the use of 3D-scanning and undertook a mass-customisation exercise in which they designed and printed the custom products they designed using selective laser sintering. An in-depth session on designing for metal AM went deep into many theoretical aspects of the implications of design decisions in metal AM, and included an exercise in which the attendees designed parts which optimized for minimum print time, and minimum support material. The attendees then printed these parts in aluminium and undertook all the post processing of the parts including the removal of support material.

 

All the learning objectives set out by the course were achieved. These objectives included:

  • to be able to understand and use relevant design methods for AM
  • to learn the use of software and equipment for DfAM
  • to optimise, analyse and prepare for build and design in AM
  • to optimise, analyse and qualify post processing techniques for building parts in AM

 

INEX-ADAM project team in front of LTH (Lund, Sweden, November 2019)

Conceptual design – workshop

 

3D scann of two UNIZAG FSB researchers

SLS – part customisation: 3D models, and one printer example (parts designed by UNIZAG FSB researchers)

Optimisation for AM – part weight reduction more than 90 %

Topology optimisation – classic part (left), topologically optimised part for AM (right)

SLM – customised parts with lattice structures and optimised orientation for reduction support material (parts designed by UNIZAG FSB researchers)