2/22/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Watch: Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive Video Available

Watch the full program of the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, and learn how automotive manufacturers are using 3D printing in production.

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The inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive (AMWA), hosted at the North American International Auto Industry Show (NAIAS) in Detroit on January 16, brought together automotive industry professionals and additive manufacturing technology experts. The sold-out event covered the ways that 3D printing is transforming automotive design and production today, and how it might influence the industry in the future.

Register for free at additivemanufacturing.media/auto19 to watch the full program, including:

  • End-Use Parts on Demand, presented by Ellen Lee, Ph.D., AM technical leader, Ford Motor Company, and Paul Dilaura, VP, enterprise partnerships, Carbon
  • From Powder to Part and Beyond – A Holistic Manufacturing Solution, presented by Kevin Brigden, additive manufacturing advanced concepts, Renishaw
  • Additive Manufactured Mold Tools – An Integrated Manufacturing Approach, presented by Evan Syverson, additive manufacturing business development manager, Sodick
  • Industrializing Additive Manufacturing – Design and Produce Useful Parts at Scale, presented by Chris Weber, director of AM portfolio development, Siemens PLM, and Douglas Ramsey, chief development officer, Hackrod
  • Additive Trends & Technologies in Automotive, presented by Ric Fulop, CEO and founder, Desktop Metal
  • A panel discussion with presenters moderated by Additive Manufacturing Media’s editor-in-chief, Peter Zelinski

The AMWA is the first of several Additive Manufacturing workshops and events planned for 2019. Visit additiveconference.com to register, submit a paper or learn more.

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