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8/21/2019

CAMX Additive Manufacturing Workshop speaker: Ingersoll Machine Tools

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The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites at CAMX (Anaheim, Calif., U.S.) will take place on September 25 and will explore the evolution of 3D printing technology and fiber reinforcement. 

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Winglet layup tool printed using Ingersoll Machine Tools’ large 3D printing technology.  CW Photo | Heather McClain Francis

 

As large-format additive manufacturing starts to gain momentum in the relevant industries of aerospace, defense, wind and marine, many companies are realizing the process is not as industrial as their needs.

At this year’s CAMX, Ingersoll Machine Tools (Rockford, Ill., U.S.) senior engineer Curtis Goffinski will discuss Ingersoll’s experience developing equipment ready for the challenges of tomorrow’s production needs while making sure the process thrives in today’s industrial factory. The presentation will cover applications, case studies and the process development journey.

Goffinski leads Ingersoll’s additive manufacturing product development effort, working as a project engineering lead, technical sales liaison and applications engineer across all of Ingersoll’s product lines. He is experienced in the R&D, automation, configuration and commissioning of large-scale metal cutting, composites and additive manufacturing equipment in various heavy industries.

The session will take place on Wednesday September 25 from 12:45 p.m – 01:15 p.m. 

The agenda and registration event details are available at www.additiveconference.com/composites

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