Additive Manufacturing: R&D in DoD Operations
Additive manufacturing processes are being investigated not only as a means of improving warfighter readiness, but also to reduce massive logistics tails as well as improve the environmental footprint for repair and replacement of essential parts and components. This technical session covered several aspects of additive manufacturing to include both polymeric, metallic, and even hybrid approaches.
|Session Chair: Mr. Marc Pepi, U.S. Army Research Laboratory|
|Introduction by Session Chair||Mr. Marc Pepi, U.S. Army Research Laboratory|
|Keynote Address: Army Additive Manufacturing||Mr. Jim Zunino, U.S. Army CCDC Armaments Center (CCDC-AC)|
|Energetic Materials Additive Manufacturing, A Novel Trade Space||Dr. Andrew Ihnen, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division|
|Glass-reinforced, Recycled PET as Additive Manufacturing Feedstock||Dr. Chris Williams, Virginia Tech|
|NAVSEA Additive Manufacturing Program Overview||Mr. Justin Rettaliata, NAVSEA|
|Additively Manufactured (AM) Electronics from a Survivability Perspective||Ms. Amanda Schrand, Eglin Air Force Base|
|Joint Forces - 3D Printed Concrete||Ms. Megan Kreiger, U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL)|
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