SME’s Quality Processes & Regularity Considerations for Metal AM Seminar

October 23, 2018

October 23, 2018

Dilworth Park, Philadelphia, United States

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SME’s Quality Processes & Regularity Considerations for Metal AM Seminar


Both medical and aerospace manufacturing operate in highly regulated environments. Their use of metal additive manufacturing creates a need to understand how existing regulations, standards, and specifications can be applied. This program brings together those who have worked through the process to share the best information available to help you verify, validate, and meet regulatory requirements. The program will include:

  • Quality systems
  • Process validation
  • Design controls
  • Regulatory agencies perspectives
  • Roundtable discussions
  • And more!



  • Gain insight into FDA’s view of 3D Printing as applied to medical devices and FAA’s perspective for aerospace
  • Obtain an overview of the types of applications already in use
  • Understand how quality, controls, validation and verification can be accomplished
  • Learn the latest available information on regulatory processes specific to additive manufacturing
  • Meet and discuss processes with others facing similar challenges.
  • Have your specific questions answered and problems solved by industry experts.
  • Network with participants during a reception at the end of the day.
  • Co-located with Metal Additive Manufacturing Developments, October 18
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