November 2017 Guest Lecture
(Engineering Manager, Burloak Technologies Inc.)
Additive Manufacturing Technology
Burloak Technologies, part of the family of Samuel companies, is a leading supplier of highly engineered additive manufacturing solutions for clients worldwide. They deliver high quality, lightweight, fully-functional additive manufactured parts for a range of industries including space, aerospace, defense, energy, medical, automotive, and transportation.
Additive manufacturing makes design-driven construction a reality. Enabling the production of complex structures that are strong, stable, lightweight, and simply beyond the capability of traditional subtractive manufacturing techniques, additive manufacturing is transforming industries
Our guest speaker Brandon Bouwhuis manages Burloak’s engineering team, which continues to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing materials and products, as well as their adoption into high-value products and applications in aerospace and other markets. He will present an overview of the company, its value proposition to markets like aerospace, its development process for success, the materials that can be “printed”, and examples of applications which demonstrate the technology and value to its customers.
Please join us to learn about this exciting new technology.
Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Time: 7:30 p.m. Refreshments & Networking
8:00 p.m. Presentation
Place: University of Toronto Institute for
Aerospace Studies (UTIAS)
4925 Dufferin Street
(plenty of free parking)
For more information, please contact:
Chris Hayball (416) 375-3715
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