Airbus, Baker Hughes, Boom Supersonic, Northrop Grumman, Siemens Energy
Cross-industry collaboration provides fresh perspective and collective intelligence to transform obstacles into opportunities and forge new paths. AM Industry Summit connects like-minded Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing professionals in industries to address common challenges and discover opportunities. These landmark events are helping to foster a true knowledge across industry of 3D technologies’ potential.
On March 3-4, 2021, AM Industry Summit, powered by ASME, brings together the aerospace and energy industries with leading solution providers to share knowledge, connect with experts, and find ideas to accelerate their use of additive manufacturing.
AM Industry Summit connects engineering, manufacturing, product design and technology professionals across multiple industries resulting in meaningful connections, inspirational learning opportunities, and access to the latest developments in technology and innovation.
Live interaction | Face time with experts | Meaningful Connections | Breakthroughs you will not see anywhere else. Reserve your front row seat!
Performance-based design, light weighting, part consolidation and fuel efficiency are key to aerospace industry applications for additive manufacturing. 3D Printed parts weigh up to 55% less and reduce raw material by 90% - reducing fuel and waste. Exacting requirements, and zero tolerance for risk drive the need for repeatable and reliable 3D technology. Safety and part certification are required considerations. Advances in metals, composite and ceramic materials and increasing size parameters are enabling new applications in space, aircraft and defense.
Accelerating development time, lowering production costs and driving new designs of complex components, AM is increasingly impacting energy production and delivery. Reducing design and production cycles for custom parts enables unique opportunities in maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO). Advanced manufacturing and repair of turbine blades in both aerospace and energy has replaced manual operations, like welding, and reduced cost. In the drive to renewable energy, additive manufacturing promises to change the way energy systems are designed and delivered in batteries, solar, wind and more.
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