Why this Symposium?
With the rapidly expanding use of Additive Manufacturing, or 3D printing, in major industries including aerospace, medical, automotive and consumer products, and its predicted disruptive effect on supply chains, companies are interested in learning how this technology will impact their business and how to better integrate it into their production processes.
Additionally, companies already using additive technology are interested in the challenges it presents, including: design, manufacturing methods, materials, quality and consistency, health and safety, and workforce and talent development.
Who Should Attend? — What You Will Learn
This symposium will provide information your company can use to begin developing strategies on how to effectively implement additive manufacturing.
You will learn from and network with representatives from GE Additive, a global leader in Industrial 3D printing, dedicated to supplying 3D Printers, materials and engineering consulting services; small and medium sized businesses that use Additive technology; and research and innovation specialists who are working to provide solutions to improve Additive Manufacturing.
Finally, you will hear about recent developments in additive manufacturing, as well as initiatives that will help your company optimize its additive manufacturing strategy, all while building your professional network.
Two sessions, scheduled as follows*:
Morning Session (8am-12pm), and Afternoon Session (12:15pm-3:40pm)
Each Session Includes:
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- Panel discussion with additive manufacturing technology experts
- Tour of GE Additive Technology Center
- Keynote: Greg Morris – Strategy Growth Leader, GE Additive
- Regional talent development strategies and solutions
- Networking with Advanced Manufacturing and Additive industry representatives
All proceeds raised from symposium fees will be designated for Cincinnati State’s Workforce Focus Fund for scholarships in the Additive Technician Program.