- This event has passed.
May 25 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm UTC+8| RM500
The latest industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, is encouraging the integration of intelligent production systems and advanced information technologies. Additive manufacturing (AM) is considered to be an essential ingredient in this new movement. In our “Tech Talk” we present a comprehensive review on AM technologies is presented together with both its contributions to Industry 4.0.
Additive Manufacturing – 3D printing in metal
For the fourth industrial revolution, the technique used for 3D printing will have to go one step further: from rapid prototyping to Advanced Manufacturing, the production of lasting and functional components with defined mechanical and thermal properties: products made from metals or ceramics. 3D printing is one of the key components in making Industry 4.0 a reality. It can produce the desired components faster, more flexibly and more precisely than ever before. Less prototype construction, fewer dies, less post-processing. In future it will have to be possible to turn data into components and products at an incredible speed.
( the industrial version of 3-D printing )
Date: 25th May 2018.
Time: 8.30am to 3.30pm
Price : RM 500
Yew Kian Seng
Mr. Yew Kian Seng has more than 16 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. He has managed more than 25 Product Development projects which includes the complete process from R&D to production to marketing. He was actively involved in mechatronics solutions development, business development and championed numerous cost reduction projects. He now provides business and technical consultation in strategic planning, automation, lean manufacturing and Industry 4.0 implementation; he had successfully implemented paperless manufacturing and IoT related improvement projects.
TOP 10 fields printing where 3D printing is applied.
- Research & Development
- Bio Technologies
- Materials Development
- Culinary Arts
Is your company/organization ready to shape a Winning 3-D Printing Strategy?
No matter whether your company has implemented an additive manufacturing yet, consider these questions.
1. What Are Our Ambitions?
2. What Adoption Route Should We Pursue?
3. How Fast Should We Go?
4. How Integrated Should We Be?
5. How Should We Realign Our Organizational Structure?
This training will allow participants to learn the overview of 3D printing (also known as rapid prototyping or additive manufacturing). Participants will also learn 3D printing best practices. 1. Introduction to Industry 4.0. 2. Introduction to Addictive Manufacturing and course overview. 3. 3D printing technology overview. 4. 3D printing applications & materials. 5. 3D printing success stories review. 6. Summary.
Who should you attend?
• Business Owners / CEO/COO • Manager/ Executives • Engineer • Draftsman • Designer • Technician • Supervisors • Students