Additive Manufacturing for Defense and Aerospace Conference

Additive Manufacturing is rapidly maturing as a mainstream production method. Every day the brightest minds from the Department of Defense are finding new and exciting ways to utilize what's currently available and the top OEM's are working tirelessly to achieve new process capabilities. 2015 is already shaping up to be an exciting year as new breakthroughs are being achieved in metals, multi-material printing, embedding, parts reduction, improved qualifications, and standards development. As we all know, despite the advancements Additive Manufacturing is still not a perfect science. Additive Manufacturing can advance but not without industry leaders coming together to collaborate with the leading experts from the military, labs, educational institutions, industry partners, and the OEM's.

Additive Manufacturing for Defense and Aerospace returns for its third installment to bring together the best of breed solution providers, key stakeholders, top minds in engineering and sciences, and requirement setting military leadership to advance your efforts. Join us to benchmark, seize new opportunities, collaborate, overcome manufacturing challenges, and to raise the bar on your efforts!

Attend Additive Manufacturing and Defense and learn about:

  • Next Generation Requirements for Advanced Manufacturing Initiatives
  • Defending Against Digital Theft and Espionage in Additive Manufacturing
  • Identifying and Resolving Introduced Defective Components and Processes
  • Future Manufacturing Requirements of the AFRL
  • Qualification Via Analysis Vs Qualification Via Imperial Testing
  • Requirements in Metals Additive Manufacturing for the U.S. Navy
  • 3D Printing for Light Weight Super Strong Materials
  • Rapid Prototypes to Production on the Battlefield
  • Generating 3D Models Through Reverse Engineering to Resolve Unique Field Challenges
  • Sea and Aerospace Business Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing
  • Newest Developments in Additive Manufacturing for Rocket Engines

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Some of the 2014 Speakers

  • LJ Holmes, Principal Investigator Materials Dev, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • James Zunino, Materials Engineer / ARDEC Project Officer, US. Army - ARDEC
  • Jeff Haynes, Program Manager, Aerojet Rocketdyne
  • Mike Daly, Chief Technology Officer, Raytheon
  • Adam Verdon, Mechanical Engineer, Additive Manufacturing, Harris
  • Bill Cass, Partner, Cantor Colburn
  • Paul Witherell, Senior Researcher, NIST
  • Neal Orringer, Vice President for Alliances and Partnerships, 3D Systems
  • Suraj Rawal, Technical Fellow at Advanced Technology Center, Lockheed Martin

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: May 5, 2015