New Technologies to Drive Successful Additive Manufacturing

Overview

Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour


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Summary

A comprehensive end-to-end solution; with point-wise, industry leading technologies.

Additive manufacturing (also referred to as 3D printing) is a recent approach to building parts and holistic subsystems, through the addition of material (plastic or metal) layer-by-layer. Many companies have invested in the technology, but are struggling to capitalize on their investment and fully recognize the value of the technology. New technologies are aiding in the achievement of adhering to strict geometric tolerances, being able to replicate prints from one machine to another (or one location/factory to another) and to achieve success in the first print versus trial-and-error printing.

During this webinar you will learn about:

  • Reverse engineering
  • Topology/geometry optimization
  • AM Machine and Material selection
  • Optimizing the print process
  • Metrology for quality assurance
  • Data management of the entire process


Speakers


Kyle Indermuehle
VP Engineering Operations, Americas
MSC Software


Kyle Indermuehle is the VP Engineering Operations, Americas for MSC Software. In this role, Kyle leads the application engineering team and also the consultant engineering team, covering all of the Americas. Prior to his role at MSC, Kyle worked on a variety of aerospace programs including rocket engines, launch vehicles, uav/drones and multiple satellite programs. Kyle received his B.S. in aerospace engineering from Purdue University, his M.S. in structural engineering from UCSD and an Executive MBA from UCLA.