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Tech Talk Panel: Additive Manufacturing: The Slow & Steady March to Production

Kate Stephenson, PhD  (Founding Principal, Dyad Engineering)

Evan Hochstein  (Applications Engineer, Stratasys)

Matt Sand  (President, 3DEO)

Josh White  (Principal and Creative Director, OffWhite Co.)

Location: 209B

Date: Wednesday, February 12

Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Track: 3D Printing Innovation Summit: Choosing the Right Tools & Materials to Support Your Design Strategy

Vault Recording: TBD

Additive manufacturing in industry is becoming more and more common, especially as machines decrease in cost and, as such, are more readily available. And this is coupled with the fact that the scope of materials — from plastics to metals to ceramics — is increasing, making AM a highly sought-after technology. But despite the gains being made in the industry, adoption by many accounts has been slow but steady. Join experts from Stratasys, 3DEO, and OffWhite Co., as they discuss additive manufacturing's slow and steady march to production. Topics in this session include:
• How companies are breaking new ground
• What role does BAAM (big area additive manufacturing) play in the industry?
• How can the industry continue to move forward?