Freeman Technology and Micromeritics to host ‘Material Characterization Day’ this October

August 14, 2019

Freeman Technology, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, UK, and Micromeritics, headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, USA, will host a ‘Material Characterization Day – Powder Rheology & Beyond’ event at the Micromeritics GmbH facility in Unterschleissheim, Germany, on October 9, 2019. 

According to Freeman Technology, a Micromeritics company, the free one-day event will introduce delegates to the applications and benefits of material characterisation and powder rheology as well as offering the opportunity to view live demonstrations. 

The agenda for the event is as follows:

9.00am – 9.30amRegistration (tea & coffee)

9.30am – 9.50am – An Introduction to Micromeritics

9.50am – 10.45amAn Introduction to Powder Characterization 
Daniel Löser, Product Manager – Germany, Freeman Technology 

10.45am – 12.15pm – Additive Manufacturing
Evaluating Process-relevant Powder Properties for AM Applications
Daniel Löser
The Effect of the Number of Printer Cycles on Titanium and Steel Powders used for AM
Andreas Nazet, Territory Account Manager, Micromeritics

12.15pm – 1.00pm – Lunch

1.00pm – 1.40pm –  Pharmaceuticals
A QbD Approach to Continuous Manufacture 
Daniel Löser

1.40pm – 3.15pm – Laboratory Tour & Instrument Demonstrations 
FT4 Powder Rheometer
Gemini VII 2390
Sentinel Pro

3.15pm – 3.30pm – Closing remarks 

Further information and registration details are available via the company’s website.

www.freemantech.co.uk

www.micromeritics.com

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