Join this new webinar presented by Mark Bumiller of Entegris titled, Particle Sizing in Additive Manufacturing Powders: SPOS vs. Laser Diffraction Comparison.
About this webinar
Additive manufacturing (AM), or three-dimensional (3D) printing can be performed using various materials including liquid resins, polymers, and powder metals. When using polymers and metal powders, the particle size distribution is important for processability and final part quality. The powder particles act as building blocks, and their size affects the packing density, surface area, and flowability of the powder bed.
A variety of particle size analysis techniques can be used to determine the powder size distribution, including laser diffraction and single particle optical sizing (SPOS). This webinar will explain the advantages and disadvantages of both techniques and provide examples of results and data interpretation.
Watch a preview of the webinar below:
Laser Diffraction vs. SPOS
This webinar will cover a range of topics, including:
- Why particle size distribution is important
- Different particle sizing techniques
- Data interpretation
- Why fines and tails are critical
About your webinar speaker:
Mark has worked in the field of particle size analysis for forty years. Mark has published more than a dozen papers on particle characterization and has presented over 200 webinars on this topic.
He has served as a member of the expert committee for USP 788, the executive committee of the International Fine Particle Research Institute (IFPRI) and the executive committee of Particle Technology Forum of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Mark is an active member of Technical Committee 24 within ISO helping to write standards for particle size and zeta potential analysis. At Entegris Mark is the Technology Manager for the AMH Instrumentation Division.
Who is this webinar for:
This webinar is for Scientists and researchers in the AM industry, or anyone interested in particle size analysis in general. Be informed about how to choose the best particle sizing technique for your specific applications. Book your place below.