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Session 3: Additive Manufacturing: Friend or Foe of Die Casting Manufacturing?

Recently, additive manufacturing (AM) has been picking up steam and gaining momentum in many industrial sectors. People frequently ask: Will AM replace die casting? Some believe it's not a matter of "if," but "when." In this talk, Changhua (Joshua) Huang clarifies the relationship between the two technologies to help you make informed choices.

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  • pros and cons of die casting manufacturing and additive manufacturing (AM)
  • technical barriers of AM for mass production and potential solutions
  • estimating the per-part cost
  • how AM can help improve die casting manufacturing
  • cooling system design for die casting process based on AM technology

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Moderator: Kenneth Wong

Senior Editor
Digital Engineering

Speaker/Presenter: Dr. Changhua (Joshua) Huang

Senior Technical Lead, Advanced Engineering
Ryobi Die Casting, USA

About Dr. Huang

Dr. Huang is currently the Senior Technical Lead at Ryobi Die Casting. He is responsible for development and implementation of new and improved manufacturing processes into operational groups. His expertise includes manufacturing process simulations with CFD and FEA, die casting manufacturing, and additive manufacturing. He is a member of NAFEMS Americas Steering Committee, a founding member of NAFEMS Manufacturing Process Simulation Working Group, and a member of the NADCA Computer Modeling Working Group.

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Additive Manufacturing Resources

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3D Printing started as an extremely expensive, niche method of manufacturing that held few advantages over more traditional methods, and over the course of its lifetime became much more advanced.

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