RadTech and NIST Partner for Additive Manufacturing Workshop in Colorado

RadTech International North America is partnering with the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) to organize a two-day roadmapping workshop for the use of photopolymer materials in additive manufacturing. Registration is open.

The Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Workshop – Roadmapping a Future for Stereolithography, Inkjet and Beyond is slated for Oct. 29-30, 2019, at NIST, Boulder, Colorado.

Here is a look at the workshop’s program. Panel participants are subject to change.

Panel I: Sustainable, Hybrid and Emerging Material Systems

  • Moderator: Mike Idacavage, RadTech
  • Noud Steffen, DSM
  • Jeff Klang, Sartomer
  • Alex Mejiritski, Spectra Group Limited
  • Neil Cramer, Colorado Photopolymer Solutions
  • Chris Williams, DREAMS Laboratory at Virginia Tech
  • Rachel Davis, Azul3D
  • Justin Poelma, Carbon

Panel II: Novel, AM-specific characterization

  • Moderator: Callie Higgins, NIST
  • Jason Killgore, NIST
  • Max Zieringer, Formlabs
  • Matthew Herman, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Jeff Stansbury, University of Colorado

Panel III: Industry Applications and Developing Markets

  • Moderator: Beau Jackson, 3D Printing Industry
  • Bob Gafvert, Carbon
  • Tom Bugnitz, Manufacturing Institute
  • Denis Cormier, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Maxim Shusteff, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Scott Turner, 3D Systems
  • Spencer Loveless, Dustless Technologies

Panel IV: Health, Safety and Regulation in AM

  • Moderator: Tom McKeag, The Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry
  • James Coburn, Food and Drug Administration
  • Treye Thomas, Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • Gary Roth, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Environmental Protection Agency

Panel V: Moon-shot Ideas in AM

  • Moderator: Simon Lancaster, Apple
  • Charlie Wood, Fast Radius
  • Will Tashman, Uncountable
  • John La Scala, Army Research Laboratory

For more information, visit www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/10/photopolymer-additive-manufacturing-workshop-roadmapping-future.