The Additive Manufacturing team and the top names in production 3D printing discuss what’s next for additive technology. Each session features a real-world application of industrial additive technology and shares the successes and speed bumps it took to get it up and running. Get the latest on DFAM, Processes, Applications, Materials, Implementation Strategies and more!
If you are working with 3D printing technology, developing your AM for production plan, or just trying to figure out how not to get left behind, then dive into AM In Depth on demand.
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Fabian Alefeld, EOS North America
The Journey Toward Additive Manufacturing for Serial Production of Polymer Parts: Opportunities and Challenges for an Automotive Lighting Supplier
Dylan Schickel, Varroc Lighting Systems
Advancing Production with HP Metal Jet. How Customers are Reinventing with HP 3D Metal Jet Printing Technology
Matthew Smith, HP
DFAM Beyond the Basics: How Engineering Teams Learn to Think Differently About Design to Realize the Full Benefits of AM
Tim Simpson, Penn State University
John Laureto, Renishaw, Inc.
Paul Aimone, H.C. Starck Solutions
Charlie Birkett, HiETA Technologies Ltd
Federico Romei, University of Southampton
Jorge Cisneros, EOS NA
Paul Wolcott, General Motors
Brenna McCornac, Cumberland Additive
Fabio Annunziata and Clara Remacha, HP 3DP
Designing from Nature: Modeling Biological Structures and Applying Them to Human Products through 3D Printing
Matthew Shomper, Tangible Solutions
From Powder to Performance – Metrology and Characterization Across the Additive Manufacturing Process Chain
Dr. Pradeep Bhattad, ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions