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June 7-8, 2022 | Webinar Series

Thank you to everyone who took part in the 2022 3D Metal Printing Experience Webinar Series. More than 130 attendees joined online to hear the latest technology developments and case-study applications.

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Ron Aman

Ron Aman

AM Senior Technology Leader, EWI, Buffalo Manufacturing Works

Ron Aman is the senior technology leader for additive manufacturing (AM) at EWI,...

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Ron Aman

Ron Aman

AM Senior Technology Leader, EWI, Buffalo Manufacturing Works

Ron Aman is the senior technology leader for additive manufacturing (AM) at EWI, responsible for AM technology strategy and execution. He has spent the past 18 years in research roles associated with electron-beam and laser powder-bed fusion, laser blown-powder and electron-beam wire directed-energy deposition and binder-jet printing, while working at North Carolina State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Carpenter Technology Corp. and EWI. Aman's research has primarily focused on AM process development for materials and in-situ monitoring of AM processes. He currently is the principal investigator for a Department of Energy-funded program looking at reducing nondestructive-testing costs for production parts produced via electron-beam directed energy deposition (EB-DED). Aman received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina State University.
Paul Bates

Paul Bates

Additive Mfg Lead Project Engr, ASTM International

Paul Bates is an additive manufacturing lead project engineer for the ASTM Inter...

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Paul Bates

Paul Bates

Additive Mfg Lead Project Engr, ASTM International

Paul Bates is an additive manufacturing lead project engineer for the ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence. In his role, Bates brings his technical expertise to drive projects in additive manufacturing (AM) training, safety and certification. He is an industry-recognized AM veteran. Before joining ASTM, Bates was the manager for facility safety and workforce development in additive manufacturing at UL, and served 20+ years at Reebok, where he guided the global athletic footwear leader's Additive Manufacturing Lab and 3D CAD Team, and worked as the director of advanced process engineering. A 2012 recipient of the Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) DINO Award, Bates is the past president of AMUG. He has a BS degree in Design Technology from Bowling Green State University, and a Master's Degree in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix.
Rob Carter

Rob Carter

Member, ADDvisor Services Team, Barnes G..., The Barnes Group Advisors

Rob Carter, Ph.D., is an industry leader in research and strategy development fo...

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Rob Carter

Rob Carter

Member, ADDvisor Services Team, Barnes Group Advisors, The Barnes Group Advisors

Rob Carter, Ph.D., is an industry leader in research and strategy development for advanced materials and manufacturing with more than 20 years of experience in the defense and medical sectors. Currently, Rob works with industry and government on implementation of advanced manufacturing technologies with the Barnes Global Advisors. Prior to that, he was the Director for Advanced Materials and Process Engineering at Stryker Orthopedics, responsible for leading the development of new materials and additive manufacturing techniques for next-generation orthopedic devices. 4 Carter also spent 16 years with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, as the Branch Chief of Materials Manufacturing Technology, and as the Founding Director for the Center for Agile Materials Manufacturing Science. In these roles, he led the development of manufacturing technologies for lethality and protection applications, research into additive manufacturing and cold spray technologies, development of new materials and designs for Army applications, and the development of specifications and standards for defense materials and manufacturing requirements. Carter has a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Virginia Tech and serves on the external advisory boards for the Mechanical Engineering departments at Penn State and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
James DeMuth

James DeMuth

Co-Founder & CEO, Seurat Technologies

James holds an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University with a focu...

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James DeMuth

James DeMuth

Co-Founder & CEO, Seurat Technologies

James holds an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University with a focus on energy systems and high-temperature gas dynamics, and a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University. He has co-authored 83 patents and 13 academic publications in the fields of additive manufacturing and power generation. Prior to founding Seurat, James was at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he worked on the Laser Inertial Fusion Energy project, and co-invented and developed the core of Seurat's breakthrough technology in Additive Manufacturing.
Amy Elliott

Amy Elliott

Group Leader, Robotics and Intelligent S..., Oak Ridge National Lab Manufacturing Dem...

Amy Elliott “caught the STEM bug' from FIRST Robotics, leading to her majoring i...

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Amy Elliott

Amy Elliott

Group Leader, Robotics and Intelligent Systems, Oak Ridge National Lab Manufacturing Demonstration Facility

Amy Elliott “caught the STEM bug' from FIRST Robotics, leading to her majoring in mechanical engineering at Tennessee Tech University, where she continued learning hands-on fabrication by building and racing student competition vehicles (Baja SAE and NASA Moonbuggy) and interning at various NASA centers. Because of Amy's fabrication experience, she was cast on Discovery Channel's The Big Brain Theory, a reality show competition for engineers, where she placed 2nd out of 10 contestants. Amy graduated with a PhD from Virginia Tech, where she was project lead for the world's first 3D printing vending machine, the DreamVendor. Amy is now an R&D staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Manufacturing Demonstration Facility where she meets with industry from across the nation to consult them on proper application of 3D printing technologies. She conducts research in the areas of inkjet-based metal and ceramic 3D printing and holds several patents. In her free time, Amy tinkers with hobby 3D printers and films as a science-personality for the Science Channel's Outrageous Acts of Science, explaining the engineering and science behind viral video clips.
Mark Norfolk

Mark Norfolk

President, Fabrisonic LLC

With more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing, research and development...

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Mark Norfolk

Mark Norfolk

President, Fabrisonic LLC

With more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing, research and development, and shop-floor management, Mark Norfolk leads Fabrisonic in the commercialization of ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM) technology. Norfolk led EWI's development and research into UAM for four years leading up to the inception of Fabrisonic and has been with the company ever since. Prior to joining EWI, Norfolk held numerous manufacturing and management positions at Deere & Company in Moline, Il. He holds an MBA from The University of Iowa and a Bachelor's of Science in Welding Engineering from The Ohio State University.

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