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Additive Manufacturing is Here!
This educational webinar series will help you understand how Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) is being applied today in the DoD. Subject matter experts will share the latest on strategy, policy and current applications of Additive Manufacturing focusing on advances in quality control and reliability. This series will promote how additive manufacturing can be adopted to modernize weapons systems, increase materiel readiness, and enhance warfighter innovation & capability.
Ground Systems: How far have we really come using AM? A series of case studies will cover the proof of confidence from design, testing, production and acceptance for additively manufactured items for ground weapon systems.
Robert A. Gold is the Director, Technology and Manufacturing Industrial Base in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
Mr. Robert A. Gold is the Director, Technology and Manufacturing Industrial Base in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, for which he oversees the DoD Manufacturing Technology program and the analysis, promotion, and protection of the emerging technology base. He has more than 30 years of experience in defense software, cyber, and complex networking. Mr. Gold has provided expertise to the Air Force F-22 and F-35, the Navy Area Theater Ballistic Missile program, and the Missile Defense Agency. He is DAWIA Level III qualified in Program Management, Systems Engineering, and Science and Technology Management.
Matthew Sloane, Ph.D. is a Principal Investigator for the Advanced Manufacturing Cell of the Quality Engineering and System Assurance Directorate at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command - Armaments Center.
Mr Leo Costello, US Army
Rock Island Arsenal Advanced Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering Technician Additive Manufacturing SME
Capt Matthew Audette, USMC
Captain Matt Audette is a Project Officer at the Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell at Marine Corps Systems Command. He is a combat engineer by trade and studied electrical engineering at Naval Postgraduate School.
Mr Mike Sharma, US Army
Mr. Sharma is a Quality Engineers & System Assurance Project Lead at Picatinny Arsenal. He graduated from PolyTechnic University of New York in 2008 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Rutgers university in 2015 with a M.S in Materials Science. He has been employed at Picatinny Arsenal for 13 years where he has held many different quality engineering roles. The latest role being the quality lead for Advance Manufacturing Projects. His current role is to identify, draft and implement qualification and certification methods for components produced via Advanced Manufacturing.
DAU FY21 Webcasts
2:00 pm (ET) 2 hr 00 mins
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