Additive Engineering Solutions to Host Event Focused on Large-Scale 3D Printing

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The June event will highlight both 3D printing and CNC machining technology for large-scale additive manufacturing.


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Additive Engineering Solutions (AES, Akron, Ohio) will host an educational seminar focused on large-scale 3D printing and its current and future place in manufacturing. The one-day event, taking place June 23, 2017, will feature a series of morning sessions that will then repeat in the afternoon. 

AES will present a working example of the additive manufacturing process utilizing solutions such as Cincinnati Inc.'s BAAM 3D printing technology, Fagor Automation's CNC systems and Quintax's five-axis CNC routers. In addition, a variety of speakers will share insights on the industry and new technology:

  • Austin Schmidt, president, Additive Engineering Solutions, will speak to the purpose of forming AES and the company's current and future capability in 3D printing.  
  • Rick Neff, additive manufacturing product and sales manager, Cincinnati Inc., will address his company's approach to the additive manufacturing market and associated technology.
  • Jan Olinger, national sales manager, Quintax Machining Centers, will speak about the evolution of Quintax aand five-axis capabilities available using the Fagor 8065 CNC system as provided to AES for finishing printed parts.
  • Art Gugulski, sales manager, Fagor Automation, will cover new technology in CNC control systems.

For more information and to register, contact Dan Chovan at dchovan@fagor-automation.com.