What is Additive Manufacture?
Compares the 7 Additive Manufacturing processes on their technology, output and applications.
Outlines the reasons why we would choose a particular technology over another.
Requirements Capture for Additive Manufacture
Recognises the purpose and benefit of capturing full AM requirements in a single step.
Identifies AM-specific factors and questions that should be established during requirements capture process for a given application.
Design for Additive Manufacture (DfAM)
Defines the unique design requirements of AM in relation to suitability, material and process selection.
Outlines the unique opportunities AM design has to offer.
Investigate the considerations and restrictions of DfAM (design for additive manufacture).
Health & Safety for Additive Manufacture
Explains health, safety, laws and legislation associated with loose powders.
Describes health and safety (H&S) best-practice guidelines.
Identifies hazards associated with loose powders.
Explains prevention and control methods used to reduce risk.
Captures unsafe practices, applying appropriate mitigation techniques.
Powder Handling for Additive Manufacture
Comprehensive capture of the powder handling processes.
Apply best-practice guidelines to ensure powder quality is maintained during transportation, storage, use, recycling and disposal.
Lists the steps in the AM powder handling process and applies best practice to the quality from receipt to disposal.
Outlines the safety considerations at each stage of the AM powder handling process.