Additive manufacturing in a global production and supply chain environment
This training is intended for engineers and managers.
It is for those companies wishing to acquire knowledge on the impact of additive manufacturing within the company's Supply Chain and the risks and constraints they should anticipate.
Additive manufacturing consists of making parts from different materials by adding material rather than removing it. It is set to revolutionize the design of certain mechanical parts and subassemblies, which will be easier to produce, offering various new opportunities. This new technology is rapidly spreading throughout the aerospace field and is of interest to the entire supply chain, particularly in design, manufacturing and maintenance.
The course lasts 2 days (12 hours).
The factory of the future (Industry 4.0) will be addressed as well as the changes it is bringing to the economic climate. Subsequently, we will focus on additive manufacturing in terms of market and domain (metal/plastic) and examine the changes that this entails in terms of process, lead time management, stock, subcontracting, maintenance, transportation, etc. At the end of this training, you will be able to identify the actions to implement in your Supply Chain as part of a business model change driven by new technologies such as Additive Manufacturing.
Course level: Advanced
Prerequisite: Completion of the training course Introduction to Additive Manufacturing.
Target audience: Engineers, production managers, company directors
Armand KHAMNOUTHAY :
AM Activities Manager – WeAre Engineering
- The factory of the future
- In context
- Overview of the different drivers
- Additive manufacturing
- By markets
- By materials/technologies
- The downstream part
- Materials suppliers
- Machinery suppliers
- Lead Time
- The upstream part
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: 2 and 3 november 2022
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1 020 excluding tax (20% VAT)