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Additive Innovation in Hydraulics: Mass Production of Servo Valves Using Metals 3D Printing

21mar17:3018:30Additive Innovation in Hydraulics: Mass Production of Servo Valves Using Metals 3D Printing

Event Details

European times 17:30 CET/16:30 GTM.

Learn how Domin, a world-leader in digital motion, has leveraged metal additive manufacturing to revolutionize the hydraulics industry, and HP Metal Jet technology to enable cost reduction of their world-class servo valves.

Attendees of this webinar will learn how:

  • Domin is innovating designs using Metals 3D printing.
  • HP Metal Jet S100 allows mass production of hydraulics filters.
  • Metals 3D Printing can revolutionize hydraulics industry.

Sponsored by: HP und DOMIN


Sameed Jamil: HP Metal Jet Application Engineer, HP 3D Printing

Sameed has 6+ years of industry experience in metal 3D printing with a background in Biomedical Engineering. His previous experience at Caterpillar (CAT) allowed him to specialize on the end-to-end process for metal laser powder-bed fusion (LPBF). As an application engineer for HP Metal Jet, he’s now worked with a variety of customers across multiple industries to drive their applications or products towards mass production.

Simon Jones: Chief Technology Officer, Domin Fluid Power Limited

Simon has worked at the forefront of advanced manufacturing and technology for over a decade. He is currently the CTO at Domin, the market leader in digital motion products, and is passionate about combining the latest technologies with brilliant people to make a lasting positive impact on the world. He started his career at Rolls-Royce, designing high-temperature turbine components, before moving to a high-growth startup specializing in Additive Manufacturing, where, as technical director, he led the business from early-stage R&D through to an acquisition by a major aerospace company.

Mary Gannon: Editor-in-Chief, Fluid Power World

Mary Gannon, a Senior Editor for Design World/Editor-in-Chief for Fluid Power World, has a BS in journalism from Boston University, and has been a technical writer and editor for more than ten years. Gannon has covered an extensive range of industrial topics, including motion control, power transmission and fluid power.



(Tuesday) 17:30 - 18:30(GMT+01:00)

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