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Disrupting Design and Manufacturing in Aerospace and Defense

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  • access_time 1:00 - 1:50 PM EDT
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  • blur_circularThought Leadership Panel
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Moderator: Rebecca Taylor

Engineers are taught to design for reduced risk, they are comfortable designing for manufacturing processes with decades of proven success. Additive Manufacturing is proving disruptive while displacing traditional manufacturing. Improving performance and durability, delivering in shorter timeframes, and obtaining complex geometries. Engineers are enabled to design for function. There is no ‘plan b’ or ‘off-ramp’ to traditional fabrication. The risk of no alternate fabrication method is weighed against a superior and previously unmanufacturable product. Join our respected and esteemed lineup for this thought-provoking discussion on application developments in Aerospace and Defense.

Sponsored by:   NCMS.png

  • Rebecca Taylor
    Executive Vice President, Business Development and Programs
    National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS)
  • Melissa Orme
    Vice President
    The Boeing Company
  • Michael York
    Director of Additive Manufacturing
    Eaton Aerospace
  • Joshua Brost
    Vice President of Business Development
    Relativity Space
  • Tim Berry
    Head of Manufacturing