The Present & Future State of Metal Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing for metals means a shift from mold-based component concepts to additive geometric freedom. It is not just a fad, not just a major trend, it's the future of manufacturing. The advantages are striking: faster processing times, lower-cost components, and a level of design freedom that is so far unheard of. The main forces behind this momentum include the automotive, medical technology, and aerospace industries. Come hear a short presentation on the current and future state of this amazing technology.
Our Speakers – David Shapiro
David Shapiro is the Engineering Manager at Rapidmade. David completed his Mechanical Engineering degree at Oregon State University, and has a MS in the same field from the University of Washington. David has been the lead engineer on all projects residing in the additive manufacturing realm and continues to deliver outstanding results for RapidMade's vast and varied clientele.
Kristofer Beem is the Business Development and Sales Manager at RapidMade. Kris graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor's of Applied Arts in Entrepreneurial Business.
What: The Present & Future of Metal Manufacturing
When: Friday June 20th, 2014
11:30 – Doors open, Lunch – order from Sidebar menu
12:00 – 1:00 Presentation
Where: Sidebar – 3901 N. Williams Ave
Cost: Free entrance, order lunch off Sidebar menu
RSVP: Please contact Henry Janzen, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone 503-745-5693 by 12 noon Thursday June 19th – Space is limited