Webinar: Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

On April 22nd at 1:30 pm (Eastern Time), please join us for a webinar on the use of metal additive manufacturing for the MRO sector, presented by Precision ADM.

Additive manufacturing, or commonly referred to as 3D printing, is a very interesting technology to repair damaged metal parts or to restore damaged parts to their original dimensions.

This webinar includes case studies that will give you a better understanding of the various AM technologies and their applications in sectors such as Aerospace, Industrial and Energy.

The AM technologies shown in the webinar include powder-bed fusion and cold spray additive manufacturing.

This webinar will be particularly useful to business owners and managers who want to:

  • Repair metal parts that cannot be repaired with traditional methods;
  • Reduce their operation costs for certain MRO activities;
  • Explore various applications of additive manufacturing in MRO;
  • Launch their business in the next phase of Industry 4.0 by adopting advanced manufacturing technologies.

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Presenters

Philippe Dupuis, Senior Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Project Manager, Precision ADM

Philippe Dupuis is an engineering graduate with a deep background in material science. He acquired a Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ottawa, where he worked on developing heat exchangers using additive manufacturing. Mr. Dupuis has over 7 years of experience in additive manufacturing both as an entrepreneur and in research and development roles.

Martin Lavoie, Senior Manager, Sales and Business Development, Précision ADM

Martin Lavoie brings 20 years of experience in the fields of business development, government relations and advanced manufacturing. His expertise in additive manufacturing comes from his early involvement with Canada Makes, Canada’s premier network of expertise in additive manufacturing, which he founded while working for Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME).