Additive Manufacturing for Defence and Aerospace pushes academics and industry to break their technological boundaries by focusing on final part production as a key element in changing the dynamic of AM in Aerospace and Defence.
Aerospace and Defence currently represents over 10% of the global Additive Manufacturing (AM) market, also known as 3D printing. The metal Additive Manufacturing sector alone has grown by over 70% in the last 15 years. Industry primes widely acknowledge that AM will usher in a new era of design innovation and be pivotal in reducing production costs and simplifying logistics in the future.
An Additive Manufacturing patent is produced every 6 hours in the United States, therefore the potential for AM within the Aerospace and Defence industry in Europe cannot be underestimated as 3D printing is likely to spearhead a manufacturing revolution that will transform military supply chains.
Venue: IQPC, 129 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1JZ, UK
Industry Standard Price (discounts available on the website): GBP 1999
End User Standard Price (discounts available on the website): GBP 699
Speakers: Professor Steve Burnage, John Dunstan, Jorg Sander, Christopher Robinson, Dan Johns, Mauro Varetti
From: February 17, 2015 08:30
To: February 19, 2015 17:30
Hilton London Kensington Hotel, 179-199 Holland Park Avenue, W11 4UL, United Kingdom