On May 20 from 4 until 5 pm we would like to invite you to the next Additive Inspirations Session, this time with a mobility topic. Henri De Chassey, Brakes & Safety Process Engineering / Methods Manager at Faiveley Transport – a Wabtec company will be our guests, presenting 3D printing, a technology pillar at Wabtec.
Henri De Chassey is a mechanical engineer, working in the railway industry since 2011 and has for the past 5 years been dealing with additive manufacturing projects. Since 2021 he also manages/followes all 3D printing projects (OE & CS) for Wabtec Transit, supporting their customers and production sites, from requests to the drawings validation, production and parts validation steps.
We are looking forward to hearing his input on the topics of Wabtec, the Railway industry and 3DPrinting/Additive manufacturing as well as SLM and Binderjet.
What is an Additive Inspirations Session?
Due to Corona, digital technologies are in greater demand than ever before: aviation and automotive markets have suffered severely from the crisis, new jobs for 3D printing machines have to be identified to fill capacities, while operators try to compensate for supply bottlenecks with 3D printing. Additive Manufacturing is in search of new impulses for its market.
As a virtual teaser to the MGA Annual Meeting 2020, we started a new online webinar series to keep our network connected. In exciting presentations, we highlighted recent practical examples and gave impulses as to the segments in which Additive Manufacturing can apply and expand its potential.
In 2021 we have restarted this program and already welcomed Prof. Dr. Jens Kurreck of the Technische Universität Berlin in a session on The Veggie Way: 3d printing prevents animal testing and Bruno Knychalla, Managing Director of Additive Tectonics GmbH, in a session about Radically innovative construction – buildings powered by Rocket Science.
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