Learn how ceramic additive manufacturing can be an alternative to conventional manufacturing methods
April 29, 2019—8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. | Marriott Cleveland Airport, Cleveland, Ohio | Held in conjunction with Ceramics Expo 2019
Instructors: Shawn M. Allan, vice president, Lithoz America LLC; Holly Shulman, professor, Alfred University; Isabel Potestio, business developer, Lithoz GmbH; Jesse Blacker, product development manager and principal investigator, ExOne; Thomas Henriksen, president, Ceramco Inc.; Brandon Cox, technical staff member, Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies; Cathleen Hoel, senior materials scientist, General Electric Research Center; Iris Heibel, sales and product manager, CERIX – Bosch; and Dominik Reichartzeder, material development manager, Lithoz GmbH.
Ceramic additive manufacturing has the potential to radically change the market. The available manufacturing systems for ceramic have reached an advanced stage already and present a real alternative and a sensible addition to conventional manufacturing methods. This tendency of development has awakened great interest in industry and research, but also great uncertainty. It is therefore necessary to offer a deep insight into the subject to uncover the potential of the technology. The course provides its audience a varied program which contains a mixture of economic, application-specific and technology-based topics. The course includes the following topics:
- Session 1: General Overview
- Session 2: Technology Overview
- Session 3: Manufacturing, Applications and Markets
The course is specifically suitable for people from the fields of company strategy & development, research and development, universities, construction, design, production, supply chain management, product development, and innovation development.