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Agenda for the Workshop on Measurement and Standards for Metals-based Additive Manufacturing

December 4-5, 2012 Gaithersburg, MD

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

 Opening Plenary Session

Industry Panel
  • Moderated Session and Q&A on AM User Perspectives
    • Moderator ~ Ed Herderick, EWI, Chair of Additive Manufacturing Consortium (AMC)
    • Panelists ~
      Agnes Klucha, Program Manager, Engineering Innovation Center, Pratt and Whitney
      John Hunter, Director of Marketing & Sales, Carpenter Powder Products, Inc.
      Dean Robinson, Manager, Model-Based Manufacturing Lab, GE Global Research Center
      Hank Phelps, Senior Engineer, Technology Development & Integration, Airframe Design, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Morning Wrap up and Instructions for Breakout Sessions
  • Joan Pellegrino, Energetics, Incorported

 After lunch, participants will move to their assigned breakouts:
  • AM materials
  • AM processes and equipment
  • Qualification & certification of materials, processes, and products
  • Modeling and simulation of AM
1:00pmBreakout Session I: Desired Capabilities for Additive Manufacturing
  • Envisioned future: What capabilities do we want and need the most
3:00 pm

3:20pmBreakout Session II: Challenges and Barriers for Achieving the Capabilities
  • Barriers limiting the broad use of additive manufacturing
  • Measurement and standards barriers, challenges, and gaps
5:00pmAdjourn Day 1

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Continental Breakfast

After breakfast, participants will move to their assigned breakouts:

Breakout Session III: Prioritization of Challenges
  • Review, clarify, and vote on the top challenges
  • Determine R&D priorities
  • Identify standardization priorities for ASTM F42

Breakout Session IV: Pathways for Measurement Science Roadmap
Small groups work to develop roadmap elements:
  • R&D, standards, and other approaches for addressing priority challenges
  • Next steps and actionable plan

1:00pmPlenary Session
  • Breakout Group Reports (Part 1) 
1:30pmPlenary Talk: Manufacturing the Road to Success
  • Tom Kurfess, Assistant Director for Advanced Manufacturing, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
2:00 pm
Breakout Group Report (Part 2)

Workshop Wrap up and Next Steps

  • Kevin Jurrens, NIST
2:30pmAdjourn Workshop
3:00pmInteragency Roundtable (government only)

Created November 12, 2015, Updated September 21, 2016