The course provides comprehensive insight into the tablet compression process, including the influence of powder rheology using the FT4 Powder Rheometer, with the same unique classroom and hands-on training you have come to expect from Natoli.
Powder flow specialists, Freeman Technology, will be continuing their webinar series with ‘Evaluating Process-Relevant Powder Properties for Additive Manufacturing Applications’ on November 26 at 15.00 (GMT).
In a series of articles on LinkedIn, Tim Freeman, Managing Director of Freeman Technology, draws on over 20 years of experience in the industry and has looked at variables that can impact powder behaviour.
The past few decades have brought radical change to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Generic pharmaceuticals now account for 90% of prescriptions in the United States, and manufacturers in the US and Europe continue to outsource more of their strategic operations.
Visit Freeman Technology, the powder flow specialists, on booth #318 to learn about the importance of understanding powder flow and behavior. Experts will be available to demonstrate the FT4 Powder Rheometer®, a universal powder flow tester.
Binder jet 3D printing or binder jetting is an established metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology with notable advantages relative to other metal additive processes. Build times tend to be relatively fast, and large-scale structures are readily manufactured.