6/27/2016

AM Conference Speaker: Baker Industries

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Baker Industries has found success with additive manufacturing by creatively integrating it with five-axis machining. Learn more during a presentation at the Additive Manufacturing Conference in September.

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According to Baker Industries, when companies fail to successfully implement 3D printing, often the cause is an all-or-nothing approach. Instead, potential users should look to 3D printing for projects with specific characteristics such as mass customization, low-volume production or complex geometries. Integration is most successful when AM is one of many tools in a technology arsenal, and creativity is key in its application.

Mike Misener, director of tooling/additive manufacturing, will discuss how Baker Aerospace has successfully integrated AM with traditional five-axis machining operations to create challenging geometries during the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Conference, co-located with IMTS 2016. Misener’s presentation takes place at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday, September 13, in Room W375-B.

View the full agenda or register for the conference here. Already registered? Follow @LearnAdditive on Twitter for the latest updates, and use #IMTSadditive to connect with others during the event. 


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