Lattices: designing parts for metal additive manufacturing

Bloodhound Technical Centre, Bristol

The LIGHT consortium, led by Delcam, spent two years researching how to use lattices as self-supporting structures for lightweight metal AM parts. With a mission to inspire new design freedoms and find new solutions for the additive manufacturing (AM) of lightweight metal parts, the LIGHT consortium will be sharing its findings at a dissemination event at the Bloodhound Technical Centre in Bristol on 26 April 2016.

•Be the first to hear about the project results

•Take a tour of the 1000mph Bloodhound SSC car with Bloodhound chief engineer

•Network with your peers over lunch

For more information, and to register, click here.


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