Past speaker William Cass, Partner at Cantor Colburn LLP, discusses additive manufacturing and design patents, the IP Agreement, the Hague System and more in this past presentation.
Past speaker Charles Miller, Gordon Engineering Fellow at Raytheon, goes into Logistics Life Cycle, “Front-line” fabrication, Logistics – “what if”, and more in this past presentation.
Past speaker James Zunino, Materials Engineer / ARDEC Project Officer at US. Army – ARDEC, delves into AM in the Field Roadmap, unique capabilities via AM, key areas of R&D, and more in this past presentation!
This insightful presentation by Mark Skeehan, Staff Engineer, Lockheed Martin, discusses the impact of Additive Manufacturing and how Lockheed Martin builds and tests military aircraft
Brent Stucker, Professor & Edward R. Clark Chair of Computer Aided Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Louisville, shared this presentation during last year's Summit. This in-depth document touches on moving from empirically-driven to simulation-driven Additive Manufacturing.
Jeff Haynes of Areojet Rocketdyne provides an overview of the firm's liquid rocket engine production program, the additive manufacturing development timeline and the opportunities for scaling up in this past presentation.
The trends shaping the Additive Manufacturing Supply Chain - Value is in Design, Materials and Machine Commoditization, and more - are shared in this presentation by Jim Joyce of Deloitte.
Michael K. Daly, CTO, Cyber & Special Missions at Raytheon, describes the many ways that Additive Manufacturing is a ripe target for Advanced Persistent Threat. The technology opens the door for theft of intellectual property, the modification of data and the possibility of physcial damage, among other things.
Neal Orringer of 3D Systems outlines the advantages of fab-grade direct metal printing: 1.) Robust System Design & Construction 2.) Patented Powder Layering System 3.) Imaging System and Software 4.) Hands Off Power Handling.
Brent Stucker, Professor at the University of Louisville, shared this presentation during last year's Summit. This in-depth document touches on the need for improved computational design tools in AM, why simulation tools are faster than AM machines and a unique dynamic meshing strategy.