Addressing Powder Handling Challenges For Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing Europe 2019)

Prof Michael Bradley, Professor and Director of the Wolfson Centre
University of Greenwich
United Kingdom
 
 
John Cummins, Fellow of the Wolfson Centre and Director of Innovation Partners Ltd
University of Greenwich
United Kingdom

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Speaker Biography (Michael Bradley)

Mike Bradley is Professor in Particle and Bulk Technology, Director of the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology at the University of Greenwich providing technical leadership in all aspects of bulk solids handling. His particular areas of interest lie in pneumatic conveying, design of hoppers and silos, dust control, plant integration and maintenance of product quality. He is Chair of Solids Handling and Processing Association (SHAPA), and a member of Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) and of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Bulk Materials Handling Committee (IMechE). He was awarded a professorship in 2006 and the directorship in 2008.

Speaker Biography (John Cummins)

John Cummins is a Fellow of the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology at the University of Greenwich. He focuses on the development of strategic relationships and is leading the Additive Manufacturing Industry Outreach Programme for the Wolfson Centre. John brings over 30 years of experience in both research and industry, with a strong focus on engineering and manufacturing.

Company Profile (University of Greenwich)

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The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology is internationally recognised for its expertise in fields associated with bulk particulate handling and in the science and practical application of technologies to deliver improved process efficiencies. Our mission is to help industry to get powders and bulk materials to behave predictably through processes.
We offer consultancy services to industry, conduct industrially focused research related to bulk solids handling issues and offer specialist short courses targeted at industry professionals.
Our industrial-scale pilot plant is available to test a processing step, or mock up a whole handling process or logistics chain, at full scale or near full scale.
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