April 23-26, 2018 | Fort Worth Convention Center | Fort Worth, TX | Exhibits April 24-26

Non-Contact Methods for Validating Industrial Additive Manufacturing Parts

3D Imaging / Scanning I, II

Intermediate May 9, 2017 3:15 pm - 3:40 pm

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Ryan D. Timboe – Sales Engineering and Engineering Specialist, Industrial Inspection & Analysis Inc

With the emergence of additive manufacturing, one of the various benefits that has a lot of engineers excited, is that it allows for design freedom where historically traditional manufacturing could not go. Many design engineers have only started to explore the implications of this, one of them being the inability to accurately measure the internal geometry of their 3D printed or manufactured part. CT and laser scanning allows manufacturers to qualify their part in a non-destructive way where no other form of inspection can. Join us in understanding how CT and Laser scanning can be used to qualify your additive manufacturing parts, and ensure your design decisions are based on parts that meet your requirements.

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Ryan D. Timboe

Sales Engineering and Engineering Specialist
Industrial Inspection & Analysis Inc

Ryan Timboe is an Engineering Speci