ZEISS will be hosting a free seminar at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, dedicated to the topic of additive manufacturing.

3D printing processes, also known as additive manufacturing, are increasingly becoming part of industrial production chains. This is especially true in safety-critical areas such as aerospace, medical technology and automotive industries, where demanding standards apply. The biggest challenge is to prove the absolute reliability of 3D printed parts.

To tackle this, ZEISS has created a new, integrated inspection process – ZEISS 3D ManuFACT. With this unique process for 3D manufacturing, we have skilfully combined the expertise of all ZEISS technologies:
Material Microscopy


  • 3D Scanning
  • Computed Tomography
  • Tactile & Optical Measurement
  • Data Analysis Tools

Only this integrated process brings the most trusted knowledge and certainty about the reliability of 3D components.
For customers who want to learn more, ZEISS will be hosting a free one-day seminar at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre near Sheffield. The following topics will be covered, in relation to Additive Manufacturing:


  • Light, X-Ray & Scanning Electron Microscopy Techniques
  • Powder Characterization, Grain Orientation (EBSD) and Compositional Mapping
  • CT Inspection & Measurement Solutions
  • 3D Scanning Solutions
  • Quality Data Management


Attendees will have the chance to hear from international experts and network with leading technologists and researchers. There will also be the opportunity to take a tour around the cuttingedge AMRC facility itself.
For full details including the agenda and how to reserve a place, please visit: