OEMs to Present at the 2017 Additive Manufacturing Conference

Next week’s conference includes presentations from manufacturers such as John Deere, Virgin Orbit and others who are using additive manufacturing to make end-use parts.


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It’s one thing to read about the promise of additive manufacturing (AM) or a particular 3D printing technology, but it’s another thing entirely to see how real manufacturers are applying these machines and processes today.

Attendees of next week’s Additive Manufacturing Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, will hear firsthand from OEMs who are successfully implementing additive manufacturing to make end-use parts. These include:

  • John Deere, which is using AM across its global business for prototyping, tooling and replacement parts; and
  • Virgin Orbit, the first adopter of DMG MORI’s mill-turn-based hybrid AM machine;
  • Volunteer Aerospace, which manufactures large, complex aluminum parts via a large-format powder-bed metal AM system.

The Additive Manufacturing Conference takes place October 10-12. View a complete list of speakers and register to attend.

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