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Testing and Inspecting 3D-Printed Parts

Thursday, March 28, 2019 at noon U.S. EDT

This one-hour Technical Webinar from the editors of SAE International and Tech Briefs Media focuses on additive manufacturing technology and the 3D printing of production parts for industries as diverse as automotive, aerospace, and medical.
 

As 3D printing becomes more commonplace, parts will require more advanced inspection, processing, and testing to ensure they meet requirements for structural strength and stability. Whether plastic or metal, 3D-printed production parts will be tasked with performing comparably to traditionally manufactured parts in certain applications.
 

Webinar topics include quality control measures, post-processing techniques, and recommendations for ensuring the safe and reliable performance of parts.
 

An audience Q&A is included.
 

Presenters:

Chris Beck, Operations Manager / Co-Owner, Innovative 3D Manufacturing 

Chris Beck handles operations management, new customer development, and project management at Innovative 3D Manufacturing, which specializes in metal and plastic AM, multi-axis machining, and custom wire EDM, as well as low-volume and prototype sand castings. Chris started the company in 2017. Previously, he was the Operations Manager of a large machine tool distributorship. He started his professional career as an Application Engineer for a machine tool distributor, where his duties included setting up and programming CNC lathes, mills, and grinders; quoting and project management of large turnkey machining systems with automation; and other post processes. Chris attended Vincennes University and Purdue University for Industrial Technology and Distribution.
 
 
Jeffrey Diehm, Co-Founder, Avonix Imaging 
 
 

Jeffrey Diehm has been working in the industrial X-ray imaging and computed tomography (CT) sector for over 30 years. In 2012, he started Avonix Imaging with co-founder Brian Ruether. Today the company builds and installs large-format CT systems for its strategic partner Nikon Metrology and provides industrial 3D CT and X-ray contract services for customers from numerous industry sectors, including aerospace, automotive, composites, electronics, medical device, additive manufacturing, and plastics. It also hosts the only 225/450 system in the U.S. for inspection services. Previously Jeffrey worked at General Dynamics Space Systems Division, WMW Associates, and North Star Imaging. He attended the Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology and The University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) for Business Management.



 
Dan Skulan, General Manager, Industrial Metrology, Renishaw Inc. 

Dan Skulan helps companies increase production throughput, maximize flexibility, and ensure optimal part quality in precision metal manufacturing, both CNC and additive. Backed by a global team of industrial metrologists, he works consultatively with companies who wish to achieve higher levels of productivity while reducing cost. Dan holds degrees in electronics technology, industrial manufacturing, and marketing and has over 35 years of practical experience with manufacturing process evaluation, design, and control as a user, integrator, and supplier. He is an active member of the Association of Metal Additive Manufacturing and Association of Manufacturing Technology.




Moderator:   
  
Lisa Arrigo, Tech Briefs Media    
 
 




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