Thank you for attending the Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series event held June 7, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA. Please find below presentations that were presented at the conference. We hope the information provided here will prove beneficial as you continue to develop your additive manufacturing plans.
Global Perspectives on Automotive Additive Manufacturing – Challenges and Opportunities from the EU to the U.S.
Jon Walker, Automotive Specialist and Area Sales Manager, EOS North America
An Automotive Supply Chain Overview Including the Material Qualification Process
Brennon White, Product Application Engineer, Interiors and Electrical SMT Support Session Chair, GM Additive Design & Manufacturing Group
Additive Manufacturing at Swagelok – Changing a Culture
Dr. Robert Bianco, Senior Materials Scientist, Innovation & Technology, Swagelok
CALPHAD-based ICME for Materials Design in Additive Manufacturing
Dr. Wei Xiong, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. & D.Eng., Physical Metallurgy & Materials Design Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, University of Pittsburgh
Powder Metal: The Foundation for Metal Additive Manufacturing
John Meyer, Technical Manager, Carpenter Powder Products
Xact Metal and High-Performance, Low-Cost Metal Powder Bed Fusion Systems
Matt Woods, CTO, Xact Metal
Manufacturing Consistent Metal Powder Feedstock for Additive Manufacturing
Nate Kistler, Applications Engineer, LPW Technology
Army Efforts in Metals Additive Manufacturing & Data Management
Ryan Carpenter, Materials Engineer, Materials and Producibility Division, U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC)
Accelerating the Adoption of Additive Manufacturing Technologies in the U. S.
Scott Deutsch, Brand and Communications Manager and Tiffany Westbay, Membership Director, NCDMM — National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining, America Makes — Driven by NCDMM