AppLab Day sessions will be held at Joining Technologies' laser additive manufacturing research and development facility in East Granby, Connecticut, USA. Design engineers will be able to conduct their own research, using JTRC equipment to create and analyse samples.
They can learn how the laser additive process works and see how laser cladding of metal powder alloys can help improve, repair, or freeform material in aerospace, power generation, valve and OEM-supplied components.
"[The] new AppLab Day helps bridge the gap between university-level research and shop floor production laser cladding," said Tim Biermann, director of research and development at the facility..
To sign up for the AppLab Day contact Joining Technologies at