Additive Aerospace - Presented by Infocast

Connect with Leading Manufacturers Investing in New Applications and the Digital Thread

The benefits of additive manufacturing have been widely acknowledged for the past few years, but the industry has recently leapt past the rapid prototyping phase and is now actively engaged in the creation of end-use production parts. Aerospace and defense OEMs are hungry for more applications as machines, materials and software mature. These OEMs and their tier 1&2 suppliers are now being challenged to verify that their production parts adhere to industry standards and are qualified to withstand the harshest environments and performance targets.

To celebrate this actualized progress and to explore the options for transforming challenges into opportunities, Infocast’s Additive Aerospace Summit returns for its 5th Annual Edition, featuring an executive ensemble of regulators and authorities, prominent OEMs and tier 1&2 manufacturers, leading machine and materials developers, innovative NewSpace startups, and influential government users and R&D labs.

This must-attend, destination event for the key players in the Additive Aerospace arena will feature updates on the latest applications of additive manufacturing, bring clarity to the qualification process, and offer critical insider perspectives on supply chain implications.

Don’t miss our pre-summit event!
Infocast’s Digital Thread Executive Briefing will explore the latest advancements of enabling software designed to optimize the manufacturing process. Cutting-edge insights will be provided on CAD, cybersecurity, simulation tools and other essentials connected to digital manufacturing.

Interested in Speaking at Additive Aerospace?

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818-888-4445 ext 48


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Sabrina Ball

UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE

Eric Barnes

NORTHROP GRUMMAN AEROSPACE SYSTEMS

John Samuel Dilip

HP LABS | UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE

Dr. Andrew Duggleby

VIRGIN ORBIT & US NAVY

Michael Gorelik, PhD

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA)

Doug Hofmann

NASA JET PROPULSION LABORATORY / CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Paul Jonas

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR AVIATION RESEARCH (NIAR)

Jon Meyer

AIRBUS

Franck Mouriaux

RUAG SCHWEIZ AG

Nick Mule

AEROJET ROCKETDYNE

Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi

AD66

Georgette Nelson

GE ADDITIVE

David Riemer

SIEMENS PLM SOFTWARE

Scott Sevcik

STRATASYS

Chris Wentworth

CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING (CMTC)

Frustum

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Frustum provides the first comprehensive generative design tool for additive manufacturing. Its technology marries complexity with user-friendliness and represents the next step in the evolution of design. In minutes, Frustum can generate parts that used to take industrial designers months to perfect. Thanks to topology optimization, Frustum creates the optimal shapes and meshes to match the performance designers need.

Frustum’s freeform geometry kernel is the only solution that allows designers to blend topology optimization and traditional CAD data resulting in fully printable designs that eliminate the need and costs of part redesign, while drastically reducing design time.

LISI Aerospace Additive Manufacturing

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LISI AEROSPACE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is a worldwide leader in co-design and manufacture of aerospace components from additive manufacturing. Process Control and Industrial Excellence are its key drivers to integrate this new process and ramp it up to industrial scale in order to meet the technical and business requirements of Aerospace Industry. LAAM is a joint subsidiary held 60% by LISI AEROSPACE (1.1B$ activity) and 40% by POLY-SHAPE (pioneer and leader company in additive manufacturing)
Available materials: titanium, aluminium, InconelTM, stainless steel and polymer
Main technologies: LBM (up to 800mm long) and EBM

Purple Platypus

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Purple Platypus, with its headquarters in Orange County, is the only Diamond level reseller covering Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada for Stratasys 3D printersDesktop Metal 3D printersRoland benchtop milling machines, and SpaceClaim 3D direct modeling software.  With an extensive product line, three convenient locations, and a committed, knowledgeable team of industry experts, Purple Platypus is able to provide businesses the technology needed to bring their innovative designs and ideas to life.

Siemens PLM Software

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Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Digital Factory Division, is a leading global provider of software solutions to drive the digital transformation of industry, creating new opportunities for manufacturers to realize innovation. With headquarters in Plano, Texas, and over 140,000 customers worldwide, Siemens PLM Software works with companies of all sizes to transform the way ideas come to life, the way products are realized, and the way products and assets in operation are used and understood. For more information on Siemens PLM Software products and services, visit www.siemens.com/plm

Tekna Plasma Systems

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Tekna is the world leader in radio frequency (RF) plasma technology. For over 25 years, Tekna has specialized in the development, design and fabrication of integrated RF plasma systems for a variety of applications, on a global footprint.

For Additive Manufacturing materials, Tekna has developed two core technologies: RF spheroidization (RF-PS) and RF plasma atomization (RF-PA). Both are used complementary in order to achieve the highest level of quality of different classes of materials, going from light metals to high melting point refractory materials.

Based on these two technologies, Tekna has developed a world-renowned expertise in the production of high quality micron size powders. In particular, Tekna produces class-leading materials for Additive Manufacturing, such as Ti-6Al-4V, AlSi10Mg and spherical tungsten.

Incodema Group

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Laserline Inc

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Laserline is the worldwide leading manufacturer of fiber-coupled High Power Diode Lasers; over 4000 laser systems installed in all kind of applications: brazing, welding, remote welding, cladding, 3D printing, heat treatment, hardening and cutting. Standard laser-power ranges from 500 W to 60 kW – Products are characterized by: smallest footprint, lowest investment and operating cost, highest efficiency, longest warranty (5 years) & highest up-time; worldwide sales & service coverage (24/7)

ASTM International

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California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC)

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Commercial Spaceflight Federation

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Metal Additive Manufacturing

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The Aerospace and Defense Forum

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a Smartech Publishing

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Additive Manufacturing Today

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CIO Applications

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Precision Metal Forming Association (PMA)

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Prototype Today

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SpaceNews

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