Additive Manufacturing in Aviation

Seminar in Hamburg 22-24th of September 2020

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could create the spare parts you need, when you need them? We take you through the steps to prepare your company for a more cost-efficient future.

Gain unique knowledge and live experience of Additive Manufacturing (AM) design, material and processes – including certification - in our dedicated 3-day AM Seminar.

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Is AM relevant to me?

Yes! If you are an Airline, MRO or OEM professional looking to:

  • Cut down your inventory
  • Efficiently produce small volume batches
  • Get quick production methods for daily used tools
  • Improve and redesign an existing part
  • Improve your cabin impression with customised parts

Who is the AM seminar for?

No matter if you’ve just heard about AM in aviation and wonder if this is relevant to you, or if you’ve already bought a 3D printer and don’t know how to get started, this seminar is what you need.

You will be able to develop and influence your company’s AM roadmap for the future, giving you the advantage of:

  • Steepening your AM learning curve
  • Avoiding costly mistakes

What you’ll gain from the seminar

Learn from experts, who have certified numerous airworthy parts and who have started this journey more than 6 years ago.

Live experience of industrial grade 3D printers at the Research Centre of Applied Aeronautics.

Unique knowledge of AM technologies, materials and certification from the aircraft OEM.

Some of the areas we’ll cover:

  • Part screening and selection
  • AM technologies and material
  • Certification framework and part qualification
  • Supply chain options and trends

All specialized for aviation and rounded off with a case study.

Tell me more about the seminar

send an email to: spares.training@airbus.com

Where: Hamburg
When: 22-24th of September 2020

Doesn’t the time and date suit you?

Don’t worry. We are happy to customize a seminar to your preferences. Let us know, what your needs are. 
spares.training@airbus.com

 

Who are your trainers? 

Ansgar Heuser

B.Eng. in Production Management. Has worked with Operations and Product Management within Satair until he joined the Training Services Team, where he is responsible for development and organization as well as delivery of Material Management training courses with airlines customers and MROs worldwide. Ansgar has gained a lot of hands-on experience with everything from AM design to production and post processing, as he co-founded and ran an AM company for several years, delivering complete solutions from prototypes and exhibition models.

Felix Hammerschmidt

Leading the AM Solutions team within Satair, whose aim is to industrialise AM in the Aviation Services Market. Felix has worked in one of Germanys leading AM institutions, where he helped implement the new technology in companies within aerospace, medical and automotive industry. He has also led the “NextGenerationAM” project - a cooperation between Daimler, Premium Aerotec and EOS - which aimed to fully integrate and automate the AM process chain to cut down cost and industrialize the technology for serial production.

David Wottke

M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering and has worked in several companies within the Aviation Services market such as Interturbine and Lufthansa Technik. David has been working in the Satair AM team since it was founded, focusing on various projects to industrialize AM for the Aviation Services market. His current focus is on Customized Solutions tailored to airline’s needs including the selection, design and certification of newly introduced airworthy parts in cooperation with customers or suppliers of Satair.

Armin Rachwalik

BSc. In Business Adminstration with focus on Logistics and Operations Management. Received an award for his thesis about local manufacturing with AM of polymer spare parts in the commercial aviation industry. As a Project Manager in Satair’s AM department, he focuses on promising supply chain business models and the implementation of new Tools and Ground Support Equipment with the latest AM Technologies. Furthermore, he is the Satair Work Package leader of the European funded Bionic Aircraft Project, which aims at investigating new business models and supply chain scenarios with AM in the aftersales business.

What attendees say about Satair seminars

“The seminar presented some fresh and practical ideas to take home and very relevant topics. Simulations were very well thought out, kept the interest alive and drove the point home”.

Attendee at Principles of Material Management Seminar

"This was an excellent course. Everyone in airline Material Management should be required to take this. Great instructors and well-organized training exercises. Very impressed – looking forward to more training in the future.”

Attendee at Spares Mobile Classroom