Cold spray is attracting increasing interest as a coating, repair and additive manufacturing process across a large number of industry sectors. Recent advances in equipment, coupled with novel approaches to the manufacturing and metallurgy of the materials employed in cold spray are encouraging the development of load bearing applications for AI, Fe, Ni and Ti alloy components.
A new course Introduction to Cold Spray Technology led by TWI experts is set to take place this September in the organisation’s purpose-built cold spray laboratories in Cambridge, UK. The first of its kind, the two-day introduction is aimed at engineers wanting to find out more about this exciting and innovative materials technology and its potential for their industry.
The TWI cold spray team leading the course has been at the forefront of research and technology transfer for over ten years, following the installation of one of the first mechanised, high-pressure cold spray systems in the UK in 2007. With a wealth of experience, the team has been active in the design and development of this training opportunity.
You can now register for the two-day Introduction to Cold Spray Technology course, which will take place on 19-20 September 2017 at TWI’s state-of-the-art facilities near Cambridge, UK.
Over two days, delegates will gain a detailed appreciation of where cold spray fits into the wider field of thermal spray technology, surface engineering and coating processes.
Experts lined up to deliver the course include TWI specialists Eur Ing Dave Harvey, FWeldI, Eur Ing Heidi Lovelock, FIMMM, and Dr Phil McNutt.
Delegate fee is £1680 + VAT, with a discount for TWI Industrial Members. As the course is limited to just 12 participants, we recommend early registration.
Book your place here.
For more information about our capabilities in this area please visit our cold spray web page or contact us.