JUNE 17-19, 2024

Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing

3D Printing

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Symposium Co-Chairs

John BarnesJohn Barnes
CEO and Founder
The Barnes Global Advisors

Slade GardnerSlade Gardner
Big Metal Additive


2023 Key Speakers

Erik DenlingerErik Denlinger
Co-Founder & Chief Engineer
PanOptimization LLC

Eric VersluysEric Versluys
Director of Defense Programs

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2023 Symposium Sessions

9:00Additive Manufacturing: Materials Innovation
1:30Additive Manufacturing: Digital
4:00Additive Manufacturing - Posters

Tuesday June 20

10:30Additive Manufacturing: Machines
1:30Advanced Manufacturing Innovation

2023 Symposium Program

Monday June 19

9:00Additive Manufacturing: Materials InnovationChesapeake 2
Session chair: John Barnes, The Barnes Global Advisors, US
9:00Product Acceptance is the Real Innovation and It Requires More than Just Machines and Feedstock
S. Gardner, A. Barnes, Big Metal Additive, US
9:25Distortion and stress simulation of complex AM parts using a feature-aware periodic adaptive FEA meshing approach
P. Michaleris, E. Denlinger, G. Adams, E. Pierson, PanOptimization, US
9:50An Extreme Field-of-View Broadband Antenna Enabled by Advances in 3D Printed GRIN Devices
E. Versluys, A. Long, Fortify, US
10:25Data-driven modeling for microstructure-property relationships of stainless steels
B. Zhang, M. Porro, A. Parmar, Y. Shin, Purdue University, US
10:45Neural Net Modeling of Voxel Scale DLP Additive Manufacturing
J. Killgore, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
11:053D Printing of Carbide and Nitride Ceramics for Powered Electronics Packaging
A. Steinmark, I. Ivanov, A. Peters, Materic, US
11:25Unlocking Antenna Performance with Economically Viable GRIN Devices
E. Versluys, Fortify, US
1:30Additive Manufacturing: DigitalChesapeake 2
Session chair: Slade Gardner, Big Metal Additive, US
1:30Innovating with AlMgty – the high performance Aluminium Alloy for Industrial Applications
M. Reddy, Fehrmann Tech Group, DE
1:55Enabling Additive Manufacturing of Reflective Metals
J.E. Barnes, M. Vlasea, Metal Powder Works, US
2:15A novel hybrid approach to laser additive manufacturing of aluminum alloys with concurrent cryogenic quenching for improved microstructure and hardness
C. Grohol, Y.C. Shin, Purdue University, US
2:35The SAE AMS - Additive Manufacturing Data Consortium
B. Bihlman, SAE Industry Technologies Consortia, US
3:10Post-Process Superfinishing of Additively Manufactured Aluminum Components with Complex Geometries
3:30Postprocess Effects to Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Maraging Steel
M. Rutkevičius, E.A. Périgo, ABB Inc., US
3:50Software tool for in-space printing of reliable parts
R. Bhowmik, S. Jha, Polaron Analytics, US
4:10Development of Build and Post-Build Guidelines for Additively Manufactured IN-718 Components
R. Shealy, REM Surface Engineering, US
4:00Additive Manufacturing - PostersExpo Hall AB
Rapid Prototype Tooling For Rapid Composite Manufacturing
H. Watts, Mississippi State University, US
Overview of Additive Manufacturing and 3-D Printing Utilizing Numerous Analytical Techniques
C. Stephan, T. Dillon, PerkinElmer Inc, CA
Layer time optimization in large-scale additive manufacturing via a reduced physics-based model
E. Jo, L. Liu, N. Garg, U. Vaidya, S. Chakraborty, F. Ju, S. Kim, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Microreactor-Assisted Nanomaterial Deposition for Additive Manufacturing
A. Chang, Oregon State University, US

Tuesday June 20

10:30Additive Manufacturing: MachinesChesapeake 2
Session chair: John Barnes, The Barnes Global Advisors, US & Slade Gardner, Big Metal Additive, US
10:30Massively-Accessible Approach to Metal 3D Printing
K. Hsu, Arizona State University, US
10:55Additive Manufacturing of Bone Graft Ceramics
A. Steinmark, Materic, US
11:15The development of Rheo-Printing technology on interlayer adhesion strength for Big Area Additive Manufacturing
F.J. Alzahrani, H. Noor, J.P. Coulter, Lehigh University, US
1:30Advanced Manufacturing InnovationChesapeake 2
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Fujifilm Dimatix, Inc., US
1:30A LifeCycle Use case comparison of 3D/Additive vs Traditional Manufactured part
S. Monroe, AMGTA, US
1:55Digital Material Deposition using Inkjet - Inkjet for Industrial 3D Applications
R. Baker, Integrity Integration, US
2:20Unlocking the Potential of High-Performance, Multi-Material Printing with NovoJet
R. Borrell, Quantica Gmbh, US
2:45Metal Additive Manufacturing for Production
A.C. Barbati, Desktop Metal
3:20Stable uniform nanoparticle dispersion in composite materials for antibacterial food packaging
S. Lee, C&G Hitech Co., Ltd., KR
3:40Cyber-Physical Trust Anchors for a Secure Supply Chain
M. Maasberg, I. Taylor, L.G. Butler, United States Naval Academy, US
4:00A sure shot: Fine-tuning focused ion beam placement with critical-dimension localization microscopy
A.C. Madison, C.R. Copeland, R.G. Dixson, B.R. Ilic, J.A. Liddle, S.M. Stavis, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
4:20How A Modular Delivery Model Drives Developing Technology Project Viability
M. Villegas, Koch Modular Process Systems, US

We encourage submissions to this symposium from forward-thinking leaders in the 3D printing and additive manufacturing field interested in sharing their innovations with the attending technical and corporate communities.

Topics & Application Areas
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Advanced design and digital tools
  • Equipment and materials innovations
  • Synthetic Structures for challenging environments
  • Ferrous Structures for challenging environments
  • Non-ferrous structures for challenging environments.
  • Other

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