AMUG

Event overview

  • When: Apr 3, 2022 7:00 AM CET - Apr 7
  • Where: Chicago, IL, USA
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Sandvik will participate at AMUG 2022 – a conference organized by users for users – in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Over the course of five days, the AMUG conference (Additive Manufacturing Users Group) will bring together engineers, designers, managers and educators from around the globe – sharing expertise, challenges and developments in the field of additive manufacturing. This year’s edition is held April 3-7 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Read the full program and register to join the event

At AMUG, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing will host a one-hour session consisting of two presentations and – to wrap it all up – a Q&A. Another addition is the in-booth mini sessions being offered Monday through Friday, covering four well-renowned materials from our wide range of Osprey® metal powders.

Learn more about the different sessions

Visit us in Salon A, booth P12 to discuss your needs and challenges with our experts in metal powder and additive manufacturing.

Presenters

Eleonora Bettini, Senior R&D Engineer, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing.pngEleonora Bettini, PhD, Senior R&D Engineer, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is presenting "Metal Powders and Cemented Carbide for Binder Jetting".

Eleonora Bettini studied Chemical and Process Engineering at Bologna University, Italy, and completed a PhD in the field of Surface and Corrosion Science at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. She has experience in corrosion-resistant alloys, alloy design for the development of new alloys with improved mechanical and/or corrosion properties. She has been with Sandvik for more than 8 years and the past 3 years she has specialized in powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing with a particular focus on Binder Jetting.

Magnus Boström, Senior R&D Engineer, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing.pngMagnus Boström, PhD, Senior R&D Engineer, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is presenting "Metal Powders and Cemented Carbide for Binder Jetting" with Eleonora Bettini.

Magnus Boström did academic research on production, phase equilibria and crystallography of intermetallic compounds until 2006, when he joined Sandvik working with solid state materials analysis at the Physical Metallurgy department, first as engineer and later as department manager. In 2015 he joined Sandvik Additive Manufacturing as materials engineer within the Binder Jet R&D group, where his work has been focused on process development of fully dense materials, using cemented carbide and Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) powders.

Paul A. Davies, Technical Solutions Manager, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing.pngPaul A Davies, PhD, Technical Solutions Manager, Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is presenting "Titanium and Cobalt-Chrome for Medical and Dental Applications" with Bertram Dental Lab.

Paul Davies studied physics at Swansea University, Wales, U.K., and completed a PhD in the field of Material Science. He has five years’ experience working in the steel industry in the automotive and defense sectors and has been with Sandvik for more than 15 years. He specializes in powder metallurgy, with a particular focus on Metal Injection Molding and Additive Manufacturing.

When: 3:00-4:00 PM, Thursday April 7, 2022
Where: Astoria Room, 3rd floor