Additive Manufacturing Standards Forum to take place at Rapid + TCT 2019

May 13, 2019

The Additive Manufacturing Standards Forum, featuring ANSI, America Makes, SME and other speakers from standards developing organisations, will take place on May 21, 2019, from 2:15–4:00 pm, as part of the Rapid + TCT conference, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

The Additive Manufacturing Standards Forum is organised in collaboration with America Makes, and the topics will include:

  •   Welcome, Rob Gorham, Executive Director, America Makes
  •  America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative, Jim McCabe, Senior Director, Standards Facilitation, ANSI
  • ASME Additive Manufacturing Standards, Kate Hyman, Project Engineering Manager Standardization and Testing, ASME
  • ASTM F42 New Published Standards and In-Development,  Len Morrissey, Director, Global Business Development and Strategy, ASTM
  • SAE Additive Manufacturing Standardization Program, Judith Ritchie, Director, Government and Industry Affairs – Aerospace, SAE International
  •  MITA/DICOM Updates in DICOM for Medical 3D Printing, Allan Nordvyk, Change Healthcare & Justin Ryan, Phoenix Children’s Hospital; WG-17 3D Manufacturing Co-chairs
  •  IEEE-ISTO PWG IPP Working Group: Printer Working Group – Standards for 3D Printing, Paul Tykodi, Co-Chair – IEEE-ISTO PWG IPP Working Group
  • Whats Next? Q & A, All programme speakers

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