august, 2020

12aug16:0017:00Design for Additive Manufacturing: Habits to Adopt and Habits to Leave Behind, Part 1 - Webinar

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Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) is an engineering methodology that focuses on reducing time-to-market and total production costs by prioritizing both the ease of manufacture for the product’s parts and the simplified assembly of those parts into the final product. But you already know this. You and your team have spent years learning design for manufacturing and assembly expertise for conventional processes, and each manufacturing process is associated with a different design technique.

Then one day, you hear about Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM).

The concept of DfAM emerged from the enormous design freedom and unique capabilities provided by additive technology, as opposed to traditional methods of manufacturing where some designs are impossible to make. Yet like all other manufacturing processes, understanding and designing for the process is critical for success. Perhaps the thought of learning this new skill set scares you. But with a little creative thinking, a willingness to shift your perception, and the intentional adoption of new habits, pivoting your designs for additive production isn’t as hard as you might imagine.

This webinar is part of a 3-part series. In this first Aerospace-focused webinar, Stephanie Depalma, Operations Leader, Customer Success, and Dave Emmett, Strategic Account Director, share their experience on habits to adopt and habits to leave behind, along with uncontrived and entertaining lessons learned along the way.

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Time

(Wednesday) 16:00 - 17:00

Location

Webinar

Organizer

GE Additive

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