Additive Workshop Speaker - Solomon Duning
Presentations by: Solomon Duning, Research Engineer, University of Dayton Research Institute
Rapid 3D Scanning using Creaform Handyscan
An overview of the Creaform HandyScan 3D laser metrology scanner. This talk focuses on: proper use of the technology, capabilities and limitations of the technology, and case studies highlighting innovative ways to use the technology in engineering problems.
Reverse Engineering using VXmodel
An overview of the Creaform VXmodel software and its capabilities as it pertains to reverse engineering. This talk focuses on: features of the software, reverse engineering / AM myths, and a demo of reverse engineering a 3D scan for AM.
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About Solomon Duning: Solomon specializes in material development, additive manufacturing, and advanced digital metrology methods. Solomon has led technical efforts focused on AM in-situ monitoring / defect detection techniques as well as innovative digital metrology methods for aircraft repair. Additionally, Solomon has an extensive background including: reverse engineering, modeling of additive processes and 3D woven textile composites, and development of automated data analysis techniques.