November 1, 2018 | 8AM – 5PM | Youngstown, OH
As additive manufacturing continues to develop, so have the tools that designers and engineers have at their disposal. This seminar will dive into the considerations that engineers are faced with throughout the design process, as well as advances in numerous software tools. Hear technical, in-depth discussions on how designers and engineers are reconfiguring their approach to problem solving through physical expression of complex geometry. Learn about design considerations, topology optimization and when to use additive manufacturing versus traditional manufacturing.
Who Should Attend?
Corporate executives and business owners, product design and research & development professionals, design engineers, manufacturing engineers and managers, software developers, investors and entrepreneurs and others interested in utilizing additive manufacturing technologies to streamline design and production, reduce time to market, and build more efficient products and operations.
- Learn from industry leaders and get direct access to technology thought leaders and expert advice
- How to design specifically for additive manufacturing
- Hear first-hand what is working today and will work in the future
- Make new connections and build relationships with partners and peers
- Experience a dynamic mix of learning and hands-on demonstrations from industry sponsors exhibiting their capabilities
Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 8:30 am
Morning Presentations 8:30 – 11:45 am
Seminar Chair – Introduction
Larry R. Holmes, Jr., Assistant Director of Center for Composite Materials, University of Delaware
Unlocking Generative Design Potential with Live Parts
Andy Roberts, Senior Software Engineer and Inventor Live Parts, Desktop Metal
Paradigm Shifts: How Additive Manufacturing Changes Design Solutions
Brett Conner, PhD, Director, Advanced Manufacturing Research Center
The Design of Radiofrequency (RF) Structures in Additive Manufacturing
Mark Mirotznik, PhD, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Delaware
Design Best Practices For 3D Metal Powder-Bed Fusion
Juan Mario Gomez, CEO, Xact Metal
Lunch 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Afternoon Presentations 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Design for Complexity
Kirk Rogers, PhD, Senior Advisor, The Barnes Group
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Sustainment
Dave Siddle, Sr. Program Manager, America Makes
Value Realization by Process Simulation in Metal Additive Manufacturing
James Yang, PhD, Senior Application Engineer, ANSYS
Top 5 Design Tips for Production-Level Printing In this session, David Chapin will discuss some important design factors to consider for those considering designing parts for high-volume additive production.
David Chapin, Addworks Design Engineering Leader, GE Additive
In this session, David Chapin will discuss some important design factors to consider for those considering designing parts for high-volume additive production.
Design Consideration Expert Panel – Facilitated by Larry R. Holmes, Jr., The University of Delaware
David Chapin – GE Additive, Kirk Rogers, PhD, The Barnes Group and Andy Roberts, Desktop Metal
Optional Tour: 3:45 – 5:00 pm (Transportation Included)
America Makes & Youngstown Business Incubator Facility Tour
Take you learning experience to the next level by joining the optional America Makes and Youngstown Business Incubator Facility Tour at the end of the seminar. Learn about the innovation happening, see the sophisticated machines making the parts and validating the research facilitated at their complex. Interact with the technicians, network with your peers and build new business relationships…Right in the Heartland of America!
|Pricing||SME Members||Non-Members||Academia Government/Military*|
(15% discount as shown below)
Member / Non-Member
(50% discount as shown below)
Member / Non-Member
|Seminar||$595||$695||$505.75 / $590.75||$297.50 / $347.50|
*Academic, Military & Government Pricing: To qualify for the reduced rate you must submit a letter on appropriate military/government letterhead signed by your Commanding Officer or supervisor to the SME Registrar. Educators may submit either a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming status or a class schedule inclusive of the institution/year/instructor.
**Full-Time Students: To qualify for student rates, submit a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming full-time student status or provide a copy of your student I.D. to the SME Registrar.
1000 5th Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44504
236 West Boardman Street
Youngstown, OH 44503
NOTE: Red marker on map represents the Stambaugh Auditorium and the blue marker represents America Makes.