Dec
19
Wed
Inside 3D Printing (India) @ NEHRU CENTRE
Dec 19 2018 @ 12:00 am – Dec 20 2019 @ 12:00 am

A leading 3D Printing and Addivitve Manufacturing conference; claimed to be the largest professional 3D printing and AM event worldwide. Includes the business applications of 3D printing through conference sessions led by industry experts, demonstrations of the latest 3D printers and services, and programming for designers, professionals, and makers. See how 3D printing is revolutionising industries including manufacturing, medicine, architecture and aerospace.

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Nov
21
Thu
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Wizard Corporate Training
Nov 21 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

STRATEGIC NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCING
This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello, bbello@amtil.com.au

 

Nov
27
Wed
Deep Dive Into Professional 3D Printing (EIT19031) @ University of Technology Sydney - Broadway (Engineering)
Nov 27 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The fastest route to an all-around understanding of industrial 3D printing, through a one-day course jointly hosted by University of Technology Sydney and Materialise.

Who Will Benefit

This course is for engineers, designers, executives, and manufacturers across industries who are new to 3D printing and interested in understanding the technology and its business potential.

Program Topics

  • Overview of common 3D printing technologies and materials (Plastic/Metal/Combo)
  • Design freedom and design for 3D printing
  • Drivers for 3D printing and how to spot applications
  • Inspirational use-cases
  • The Additive Manufacturing ecosystem
  • The digital process flow, linked with relevant software tools
  • ProtoSpace tour

 

Course and Conference Outcomes

Those completing this course should be able to:

  • Understand the most common 3D printing technologies and materials.
  • Share insights on the main drivers of 3D printing and how it can be applied in business.
  • Understand the 3D printing ecosystem and how to make connections between technology, design, engineering and manufacturing.

About the presenters

Suresh Ratnam is a mechanical design engineer for Additive Manufacturing with a dedicated focus on industrial applications. His specific background in Aerospace, Software R&D, and extensive knowledge in Additive Manufacturing technologies allows him to support Materialise partners in creating meaningful applications. He often participates in co-creation workshops, where his curiosity and problem solving mindset are key in overcoming complex problems and to co-create new products or optimize existing ones.

Prerequisites

None

Any participant equipment required

All resources will be provided.

Fee and Discounts

  • Standard Full Fee – $1500 (GST Free)
  • 10% discount for University of Technology Sydney Alumni

Discount can be selected from the drop-down box on the Book Now page.

AMTIL 2019 WA Christmas Dinner Function @ The Shorehouse
Nov 27 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Perth’s great beachside eateries.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

          

Nov
28
Thu
Design for Additive Manufacturing: Metal & Polymer (EIT19030) @ UTS - Broadway (Engineering)
Nov 28 @ 9:00 am – Nov 29 @ 5:00 pm

Discover and use a design methodology to maximize the value of additive manufacturing and avoid the pitfalls. Get tips and tricks for clever design and bring them into practice on real cases in this two-day workshop jointly hosted by University of Technology Sydney and Materialise.

Who Will Benefit

This course is for design and engineering teams who are working with – or seriously considering – additive manufacturing applications.

Program Topics

Foundations

  • Part selection
  • Drivers
  • Lessons learned (case studies),
  • Technology overview framework
  • Overcoming limitations through smart design
  • Digital workflow.

Design for AM (basic):

  • Applied learning via case-studies
  • Limitations of specific technologies
  • Design guidelines on how to overcome these limitations and maximize the freedom of design

Design for AM (advanced):

  • Refining design issues and possibilities
  • A methodology to design efficiently.
  • Metal: support structures, powder removal, wall thickness, bores and cylinders
  • LS: wall thickness, bores & cylinder, powder removal, functional parts, assembly joints, textures, Lattice
  • FDM: surface roughness, anisotropy, bores and cylinders

ProtoSpace Tour

Course and Conference Outcomes

Those completing this course should be able to:

  • Understand how to efficiently design parts for additive manufacturing based on technology rules, business value, and software tools.
  • Apply a methodology to design or redesign parts for AM using common design workflows.
  • Build a toolkit for applying the thought-process, methodology and workflows on AM part concepts.

About the presenters
Suresh Ratnam is a mechanical design engineer for Additive Manufacturing with a dedicated focus on industrial applications. His specific background in Aerospace, Software R&D, and extensive knowledge in Additive Manufacturing technologies allows him to support Materialise partners in creating meaningful applications. He often participates in co-creation workshops, where his curiosity and problem solving mindset are key in overcoming complex problems and to co-create new products or optimize existing ones.

Prerequisites

None

Any participant equipment required

All resources will be provided.

Fee and Discounts

  • Standard Full Fee – $3000 (GST Free)
  • 10% discount for University of Technology Sydney Alumni

Discount can be selected from the drop-down box on the Book Now page.

AMTIL SA Members Christmas Dinner @ Jolleys Boathouse
Nov 28 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Adelaide’s great eateries.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail

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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

      

Dec
3
Tue
AMTIL 2019 NSW Christmas Dinner Function @ Cafe Morso
Dec 3 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Sydney’s great private dining locations.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partner and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

    

Dec
4
Wed
AMTIL 2019 QLD Christmas Dinner @ Greenhouse Howard Smith Wharves
Dec 4 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

You’re invited to kick off the festive season with a celebratory dinner at Greenhouse.

Greenhouse is nestled in the heart of Howard Smith Wharves’ gardens, offering an inner city escape for the perfect sumptuous Christmas Dinner.

Celebrate with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed festive environment.

Bring your partner and/or colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes networking canape’s, dinner and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

      

Dec
10
Tue
CSIRO 3D Printing Seminar & Tour December 2019 @ CSIRO
Dec 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The CSIRO wants to engage with you – here is your chance to learn how we can make that happen!

Here is your chance to visit CSIRO’s Lab 22 – the Centre of Excellence for 3D printing! Please join us for an informative and interactive seminar session, followed by a tour of our 3D printing facility. On the tour you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the technology and better understand how 3D printing can transform business models and enhance global competitiveness.

Getting there

CSIRO Clayton is approximately a 35 minute car drive from the city. The site can be reached from the city via the Monash Freeway, taking the Forster Road exit. Normanby Road is off the extension of Forster Road.

If arriving by car please go to Gate 5 on Normanby Road, and follow the directions to Eastern reception. This should take you straight ahead to a small roundabout where you should turn right. There is limited visitor parking at reception. If you cannot get a visitor park, please park elsewhere on the site and inform reception of your registration number. Please contact the organiser if you need disabled or special access parking. A map of the Clayton site can be found here: http://www.csiro.au/en/Locations/Vic/Clayton

Who is the event for?

The event is for anyone interested in learning more about 3D printing, but is particularly oriented towards metal 3D printing and those looking to explore the technology from a business point of view.

What should I wear?

No special dress is required; please wear shoes with a closed in toe.

Is there an age requirement?

Only guests 16 years and older are permitted to attend.

Who can I contact for further questions?

You may contact Daniel East at daniel.east@csiro.au

Dec
12
Thu
AMTIL 2019 VIC Christmas Dinner Function @ Panorama Fenix Events
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with the ultimate luxury private dining experience.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your partners and colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal, drinks and entertainment.
Book a table of 10 and make our Christmas party your Christmas party!

Dress Code: Smart Casual – Cocktail
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Sponsored by AMTIL Corporate Partners

       

Feb
14
Fri
AMTIL 2020 Corporate Golf Day @ Riversdale Golf Club
Feb 14 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

Join AMTIL for this ambrose event with participants invited to nominate teams of four.

Includes light breakfast, lunch and drinks plus trophies, prizes and giveaways.

Golf commences at 7:30am.
BBQ Lunch will commence as golf finishes – approx 1:00pm.

Places are limited and preference will be given to AMTIL members if demand
exceeds availability. Individuals booking will be placed in teams by the organisers.

Major Sponsor:

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Feb
25
Tue
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Wizard Corporate Training
Feb 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

STRATEGIC NEGOTIATION AND INFLUENCING
This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello, bbello@amtil.com.au