Experts from Northrop Grumman, Carpenter Technologies and Senvol to Discuss Industrial Additive Manufacturing
Association for Manufacturing Technology’s Tim Shinbara to moderate panel discussion at Additive Manufacturing Conference 2015
Cincinnati, OH (PRUnderground) September 3rd, 2015
The Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMC) 2015 has announced details of its keynote panel discussion being held Tuesday, October 21, 2015.
Led by Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT), Vice President of Manufacturing Technology, Tim Shinbara, the panel discussion “Keys to Increase Industrial Additive Manufacturing Adoption” will include Senvol’s Zach Simkin; Eric Barnes, Northrop Grumman; America Makes’s Rob Gorham and Tim Armstrong from Carpenter Technologies. The panel will survey tools currently available to accelerate industrial adoption and highlight areas of opportunity to better engage the industrial AM supply base. On this panel, session participants will hear from industry prime contractors, industry resources and value-chain contributors discussing from their perspective the current state and future goal of industrial adoption.
This keynote panel discussion will conclude the Additive Manufacturing Conference’s opening day, which will include technical sessions, a grand reception and networking events taking place in the AMC exhibit room.
For complete program information or to register, visit www.additiveconference.com
About Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing is devoted to the 3D printing and direct digital manufacturing technologies that build complex components layer by layer. Our focus is on the use of these additive technologies to manufacture functional parts, including end-use components and industrial tooling. In its printed version, AM is distributed with two leading manufacturing magazines, Modern Machine Shop and MoldMaking Technology. AM is also available in a free digital edition sent via email. Debuting at IMTS 2014, the Additive Manufacturing Conference has become the definitive live event voice for industrial applications of additive manufacturing and 3D printing.