Nanoinnovation 2019

Workshop di Additive Manufacturing

Mercoledì 12 giugno 2019

ore 9:00

3D micro and nano fabrication and characterization

Room 1

Correlative Workflows from X-Ray to FIBSEM for advanced Nanotomography characterization

F. Biancardi (Carl Zeiss SpA)

Sub-10 nanometer Nanofabrication with Helium-Neon-Gallium Multi-Beam system

G. Lamedica (Carl Zeiss SpA)


Paola Bassani (CNR

Pushing the limits of Micro and Nano Fabrication

Rameez Ahmad

With the advancement of scientific research, micro and nanofabrication is continually being pushed to its limits. For fabrication at the micro and nanoscale, rapid prototyping and fast turnaround, several techniques will be presented.
We will elaborate the technology behind the world’s highest resolution 3D printer that can draw lines as thin as 200 nm. A wide range of spectrum of applications will be presented showing state of the art performance of the printer in various fields of life.
Another technique is Gallium focused ion beam (FIB) based instruments. These charged particle instruments offer the greatest flexibility and the highest throughput for prototyping customized devices for research and development as well as industrial applications. Just like a gallium FIB, helium and neon ions can be used for nanofabrication. However, unlike gallium, features made with helium and neon can go down to few nanometers. In addition, the helium ion beam can be used to generate high resolution images of the samples in the same instrument. 

Mercoledì 12 giugno 2019

ore 11:00

Additive Manufacturing:
New processes in materials production and holistic quality inspection from powder to product

Room 8

ZEISS 3D ManuFACT: Improving Yield in Additive Manufacturing with Holistic Quality Inspection and Correlation

Edson Costa Santos (ZEISS Additive Manufacturing Group)

Scansione elettronica (FESEM) / scansione laser (SLM) nella ricerca dei difetti strutturali

Nicolò Morganti (CERTEMA)

Pometon – 80 years of Metal Powder Production.
Additive Manufacturing: a renaissance for Powder Metallurgy

Ekaterina Makarova, Giorgia Leto (Pometon)

Tecnologie a raggi X per analisi non distruttive di componenti prodotti con Additive Manufacturing

D. De Console (Carl Zeiss SpA)

Until recently, Additive Manufacturing (AM) was thought to have value solely in prototyping new products or designs. Today, however, it is evolving into a game-changing production technology, with companies at the forefront of industrializing this technique. Additive Manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, is a production technology that is driving the next industrial revolution.
In metal AM, all products start as a digital model. AM equipment reads the data from this model to build the product by adding layer upon layer of powder. This powder is fully melted to the layers beneath it using a high-powered laser or electron beam. The process is repeated, layer by layer, until the part is complete.
Using this technique, objects can be made of customized metal alloys in virtually any shape. The advantages are apparent: Additive Manufacturing delivers the freedom to innovate, enabling production of parts with lower weight, higher temperature resistance, and improved mechanical performance – characteristics demanded by aerospace, automotive, medical, power generation, tooling, oil and gas, and other industries.

Informazione generale

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11-14 giugno 2019

Facoltà di Ingegneria Civile ed Industriale
Sapienza Università di Roma
Via Eudossiana 18 - 00184 Roma (RM)