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DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Downtown 120 S. Los Angeles Street Los Angeles , California 90012
Tel: (213) 629-1200
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Infocast's 3rd Additive Aerospace

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Overview

AEROSPACE VALUE CHAIN + ADDITIVE INNOVATORS & SUPPLIERS + NEWSPACE + INVESTORS = THE FALL NETWORKING EVENT IN L.A.

Network with NEW Operations, Tech and Engineering Decision-Makers Assessing How Advanced Manufacturing Can Meet Their Needs:

  • David M. Dietrich, Additive Metals Fabrication Technology On-Site Leader-Oak Ridge National Labs - MDF, BOEING RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY
  • Nick Mule, Program Manager- Additive Manufacturing, AEROJET ROCKETDYNE
  • Amy Glover, Principal Spacecraft Structures Engineer, AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE
  • Leanne Gluck, Director, Workforce and Education, AMERICA MAKES
  • Carey Hijmans, Advanced Materials Engineering, SPACE SYSTEMS LORAL, LLC
  • Doug Hofmann, PI Materials Scientest and Metallurgist, NASA JET PROPULSION LABORATORY/CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Matt Johnston, Digital Design Manager, ORBITAL ATK
  • Chad Henry, Additive Manufacturing Operations Manager, High Performance Metal Industries, CSIRO
  • Emmett Lalish, Senior Mechanical Engineer, MICROSOFT

Program Highlights:

  • 3 Case studies from leading OEMS: Raytheon Space Airborne Systems, Ruag Schweiz AG, Northrop Grumman, Aerojet Rocketdyne
  • Explore the growth opportunities for additive in the aerospace and newspace market and its impacts on supply chain dynamics
  • Network with investors and corporate strategists seeking lucrative breakthroughs and business plans
  • Hear updates from international R&D Centers
  • Discover latest news from the hottest areas of AM: aluminum, additive electronics, desktop metal printers, hybrid machines, wire-arc, generative modeling, 3MF file format and digital tapestry/thread


Esteemed Advisory Board Members

  • SHANE COLLINS, Director Additive Manufacturing Programs, CALRAM
  • CARL DEKKER, CEO, MET-L-FLO
  • GEOFF DOYLE, President, FIT WEST CORP
  • ERIC FODRAN, Advanced Materials & Processes Development, NORTHRUP GRUMMAN AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
  • SLADE GARDNER, LM Fellow in Advanced Manufacturing, LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS COMPANY
  • JEFF HAYNES, AM Manager, AEROJET ROCKETDYNE
  • ROB HOYT, CEO, TETHERS UNLIMITED
  • TROY JENSEN, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst, PIPER JAFFRAY
  • SCOTT KILLIAN, Emerging Technology Business Development, EOS GMBH
  • JENNIFER LEWIS, Co-Founder, VOXEL8; Hansjörg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Science, HARVARD UNIVERSITY
  • DANNY PIPER, Mergers & Acquisitions Principal, NEWCAP PARTNERS, INC.
  • CHRIS SINGER, Director, Engineering Directorate, NASA MARSHALL
  • HALE REYNOLDS, Technical Lead, Emerging Markets & Technologies, SSL/MDA
  • IVAN ROSENBERG, Executive Director, AEROSPACE & DEFENSE FORUM
  • TUAN TRAN PHAM, Sales Director, N. America, ARCAM AB
  • RYAN WICKER, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, UNIVERSITY TEXAS EL PASO; Director, WM KECK CENTER FOR 3D INNOVATION

$100 Billion in a decade may sound overheated as an estimate for the total future value of the metal additive segment, but the number comes from no less an authority than GE Aviation’s Greg Morris, currently engaged in setting up not one but TWO dedicated AM facilities for direct part production. Even less extreme market projections see the segment on a doubling curve, from its ~$1-2B value today. Most machine vendors are struggling to keep up with the order backlog from aerospace and other industrial OEMs. New materials, in-process monitoring, and design solutions and machine platforms (hybrid CNC/additive, multiple lasers, etc) are popping out of the woodwork. In 2014, NASA, SpaceX, Aerojet, Orbital and Lockheed all touted successful test programs for rocket nozzles and injectors – 3D printed in their entirety in Ti, Inconel or other alloys. The Air Force and most aviation OEMs are experimenting with additive for original designs and re-designs in all parts of the craft, from wing structures to fuselage to various internal structures and parts. Lastly, the MRO community including carriers like Lufthansa and Delta, are assessing the benefits of additive for repairs as well.

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