Additive Manufacturing Conference 2017 programme announced

July 25, 2017

The Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMC) has released the complete line-up of technical sessions for its fourth annual conference, to take place October 10-12, 2017, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. As well as a number of technical sessions, the three-day event will include opportunities for business networking and facility tours focused on the application and development of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) technologies.

This year’s technical sessions will include:

  • DMG MORI Robot-Based AM Machine
    Dr Gregg Hyatt, Vice President / Chief Technical Officer, DMG Mori
  • The Emerging Additive Tooling Industry
    Dr Lonnie Love, Group Leader – Manufacturing Systems, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
  • Additive Manufacturing – Don’t Leave Home Without It
    Dr Paul K. McConnaughey, Associate Director, NASA
  • Process Monitoring and Control in Metal 3D Printing: How to Tame the Tiger
    Dr Richard Grylls, Technical Director, SLM Solutions NA
  • Next-Generation Design for Additive Manufacturing Approaches
    Duann Scott, Business Development and Strategy, Autodesk
  • Solve AM Challenges Through Simulation
    Gene Granata, Product Manager, CGTech
  • Laser Metal Deposition in Flight
    Chad Henry, Metallic Additive Manufacturing Technology Engineer, GKN Aerospace – USA
  • Using Additive Manufacturing to Preserve a P51 Mustang Fighter
    John Murray, President, Concept Laser

The focus of the Additive Manufacturing Conference is on industrial applications of additive technologies for the production of functional components and end-use production parts. The conference takes a practical, applications-based look at the machines, materials and methodologies being used to grow end-use tools and components. The conference is designed for owners, executives and engineers at contract manufacturers, as well as OEMs involved in durable goods manufacturing.

www.additiveconference.com

In the latest issue of Metal AM magazine

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  • Revolution, not evolution: General Motors on building an AM culture and the AM Dream Machine
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  • Advances in the AM of refractory metals and hard materials at the 20th Plansee Seminar
  • Additive Manufacturing needs you: Why you and your company should get involved in standards development

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