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SAMPE Seattle - Additive Manufacturing Track

Monday, April 10, 2017  
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Additive Manufacturing - Everything You Need to Know

SAMPE Seattle features a comprehensive additive manufacturing track that delivers introductory to advanced information on this hot topic.

 

Register for a Premium Registration to access all Additive Manufacturing Conference Programs at SAMPE Seattle. 


Monday, May 22 at 1:00 PM

 

Tutorial: Additive Manufacturing 
Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Fielding, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, has been used for prototyping for many years and is now emerging as a mainstream manufacturing technology. Benefits of additive manufacturing include shorter lead times, mass customization, and the ability to produce parts with complex geometries that are unable to be manufactured using traditional methods. This tutorial will cover a brief history of AM technology and allow the participants to gain a deep understanding of the different types of additive manufacturing processes. The instructor will cover the pros and cons of those processes and provide guidance on which processes are suitable for which applications. An understanding will be gained of the process steps to make an additively manufactured part, from design development to post-processing and inspection. Current research in advanced materials and new processes for additive manufacturing will be covered. Examples will be given on process/structure/property relationships for high-performance polymer and metals systems. The tutorial will also cover the current state of many challenges remaining for AM – the need for improved dimensional accuracy and surface finish, process variability and controls, qualification and certification protocols, and standards development.

With over 13 years of experience at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Dr. Jennifer Fielding has performed hands-on research and program management in diverse fields such as polymer matrix composites, nanomaterials, multifunctional materials and additive manufacturing. Dr. Fielding is currently the Technical Advisor for the Structures, Propulsion and Manufacturing Enterprise Branch, Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies Division, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Dr. Fielding currently is the program manager of several America Makes programs and advises on the direction of approximately $35M in AFRL/RXMS programs in additive manufacturing and other technical fields such as polymer matrix composites and robotics in the manufacturing environment. Dr. Fielding holds a Ph.D. and MS in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida. Dr. Fielding has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence, the AFRL/RX Program Management Award and has been named a Dayton Business Journal 40 Under 40.

Tuesday, May 23 at 1:00 PM

Advancing Human Space Exploration with Additive Manufacturing: Development and Standardization

Featured Lecture: Kristin Morgan, MSFC Additive Manufacturing Standard Development for Space Flight Hardware, NASA

Kristin Morgan is an Engineering Project Engineer with the Science and Technology Office at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL. She leads advanced technology development activities, with emphasis on advanced manufacturing technologies for critical spaceflight hardware.

Tuesday, May 23 | 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Additive Manufacturing Student Contest

SAMPE's newest competition, the SAMPE Student Additive Manufacturing Contest, provides an opportunity for students to learn and expand their abilities in additive manufacturing and engineering design. Structures will be printed by the committee and tested during the SAMPE Seattle Conference and Exhibition.

Tuesday, May 23 at 2:00 PM

Panel: Integrated DOD Additive Manufacturing Roadmap

Moderator: Dennis Butcher Jr., USAF
In Spring 2016, America Makes and Deloitte facilitated the development of Additive Manufacturing technology Roadmaps for the US Air Force, US Army, Department of the Navy, and Defense Logistics Agency. After a series of nine workshops, technology roadmaps for each service were produced and one joint DoD Additive Manufacturing roadmap was delivered and is available publicly at americamakes.us. This panel will begin with an out-brief of the joint DoD Additive Manufacturing roadmap detailing DoD additive manufacturing development priorities and application areas. The panel discussion will feature the perspective of equipment manufacturers, defense OEMs, and academia regarding how the joint DoD roadmap is informing their organization's R&D investments and the priorities of the broader industrial base. We invite additive manufacturing community stakeholders to join the discussion.

Panelists:
Pedro Gonzalez, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Craig Brice, Lockheed Martin
Chris Holshouser, Stratasys
Ryan Wicker, University of Texas at El Paso

Wednesday, May 24 at 9:00 AM

Panel: Additive Manufacturing of Composite Structures

Moderator: Dr. Robert Yancey, CompForte
This panel will review composite additive manufacturing methods with continuous and chopped fiber reinforcements. Panelists will review current, state of the art, and future enhancements, and research on the topic. Attendees will learn what can be done today and in the future to create composite structures in an automated way. Anyone involved with the design, analysis, or manufacture of composite structures should attend with your questions for the panel.

Panelists:
Tony Decarmine, Oxford Performance Materials
Andy Purvis, ElectroImpactTimothy Schniepp, Stratasys
Zeke Sudbury, Cincinnati Inc.
Zafer Gurdal, University of South Carolina

Tech Paper Presentations

Additive Manufacturing - Composite Material

Blending of Fiber Reinforced Materials using Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM)
Thomas Sudbury, Process Development Engineer, Cincinnati Incorporated

CF-Nonwovens with Thermosetting Matrices - Material Properties and Their Simulation
Jasmin Mankiewicz, PhD Student / scientific assistant, Hochschule Niederrhein

Flame Retardant Nylon 6 Nanocomposites for Fused Deposition Modeling
Matthew Richardson, Undergraduate Researcher, The University of Texas at Austin

Thermoplastics Composites for Additive Manufacturing
Petr Spatenka, Professor, Czech Technical University in Prague

Additive Manufacturing - Design & Simulation

An Integrated Design Approach for Infill Patterning of Fused Deposition Modeling and Its Application to Airfoils
Seokpum Kim, Postdoctoral Researcher, Oak Ridge National Lab

Impact of Raster Angle and Layer Thickness on Irreversible Thermal Strain in Fused Deposition Modeling Parts
Anthony D'Amico, Research Assistant, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Optimization of FDM Print Path for Anisotropy
Kaleb Niedens, Graduate Student, Wichita State University

Simulation of Semi-Crystalline Composite Tooling and Molds made by Fused Filament Fabrication
Bastian Brenken, Graduate Research Assistant, Purdue University

Additive Manufacturing - Material Properties

Electrical and Mechanical Properties of pa11 Blended with NanographenePlatelets using Industrial Twin-Screw Extruder for Fused Deposition Modeling
Jitendra Tate, Associate Professor, Texas State University

Elongation in UV-Cured 3D Printed, Silicone Acrylates
Robert Ruckle, Global Marketing and Sales Manager, Siltech Corp

Investigation of Isotropic Mechanical Properties in Additive Manufacturing Using Short Fiber Filled Suspensions
Adrian Garcia, Graduate Student, Wichita State University

Measurement Science Roadmap for Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing
Jonathan Seppala, Chemical Engineer, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Rheological Characteristics of Fiber Reinforced Polyetherketoneketone (PEKK) for Melt Extrusion Additive Manufacturing
Vidya Kishore, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Influence of Rheology on Melt Processing Conditions of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polyetherimide for Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM)
Christine Ajinjeru, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Additive Manufacturing - Novel Materials

On Demand Manufacturing of Reclaimed and Indigenous Materials
Nicole Zander, Chemist, US Army Research Lab

Processing and Characterization of 3D Kagome Unit Cell through Fused Deposition Modelling
Rinoj Gautam, PhD Research Student, Nanyang Technological University

Study on the Selective Laser Reaction Sintering of Silicon Carbide From a Mixture of Silicon and Carbon in Slurry Form
Nanzhu Zhao, PhD Student, The University of Texas at Austin

Additive Manufacturing - Tooling

Additive Manufactured Tools for High-Temperature Applications
Eduardo Barocio, Graduate Research Assistant, Purdue University

Additive Manufacturing (FDM) of Tooling Aides for Secondary Processes of Composite Fabrication
David Dahl, Applications Engineer, Stratasys

Large Format Additively Manufactured Tooling for Out-of-Autoclave Aerospace Composites
Scott Huelskamp, Composites Engineer, University of Dayton Research Institute


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