Webinar: Quality Assurance 4.0 of Additive Manufacturing and new Hybrid Technologies using CT

Webinar on October 19th, 2021 in cooperation with HAIDLMAIR, Austria

Injection molding is a widely used manufacturing technique for the mass production of different parts, ranging from very small components for medicine to entire body panels of cars. The design of the mold plays a critical role in this process as it determines the shape and features of the parts to be produced. The mold (mostly made of iron, bronze or aluminium) must be carefully designed with high precision to ensure durability, availability and high cycle times.

HAIDLMAIR as a global market leader in the mold production for beverage crates and storage-/logistics container uses Additive Manufacturing and computed tomography (CT) for the innovation of their molds. In this webinar CT-specialist Sara Furtner will explain how CT contributes to the design and test of the molds, thereby improving quality and properties.

What you will learn:
  • How Additive Manufacturing improves crucial parts in the injection molding process
  • How CT uncovers defects and allows conclusions on the printing process
  • Practical examples of CT analyses of different parts

Speaker: Sara Furtner (HAIDLMAIR, Austria)

Sara Furtner is a graduate of the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering. In her master's degree, she specialized on Functional Imaging and Radiotherapy in medical technology. In 2020 she started working at HAIDLMAIR as application specialist and is using computed tomography (CT) in her daily work.

Live Webinar
Quality Assurance 4.0 of Additive Manufacturing and new Hybrid Technologies using Industrial Computed Tomography

Date:   October 19th, 2021
Time:  3.00 - 4.00 PM (European Summer Time)
            9.00 - 10.00 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)

The webinar will be held in German and simultaneously translated into English.
The webinar has already taken place. Soon you will be able to get the recording.