August 26, 2020, 12:30 – 2:00 pm EDT
A variety of parts in the remanufacturing process have wear present at a level that prevents re-use. Using laser technology to deposit fresh material, can give a part new life. In some cases, a better material can be deposited on the worn part to extend its’ subsequent life. Elements of the actual technology, the process, and a range of applications will be discussed by an expert panel. Opportunity for audience questions will be available.
- Understand the use of laser technologies to repair parts.
- Identify process and material elements that need to be considered to have successful salvage.
- Recognize the range of potential applications and validation.
Director of Engineering, New and ReCon Parts Mfg.
Mechanical Engineering – Robotics and Additive Manufacturing
Oakridge National Laboratory
Global Product Portfolio Manager
Phoenix Laser Solutions