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The 3D Opportunity: Additive Manufacturing Forum
May 8, 2018 | Washington, D.C.
Join us for a full-day event to hear from leading additive manufacturing experts in both government and industry.
Additive manufacturing (AM) holds the potential to increase performance and efficiencies, improve combat capabilities in the field, and unlock cost savings. Join us for a full-day event on May 8, 2018 as we convene some of government and industry’s best and brightest to drive deployment of these technologies forward with greater speed and success.
We will bring together a variety of experts from a cross-section of governmental and private sector sources to drive a deeper level of understanding about key considerations, obstacles, and enablers in AM, including:
- Digital thread and technologies
- Considerations for workforce development
- Qualification, certification, and standards
- The future of additive manufacturing in defense
Who should attend?
Personnel from the Department of Defense, civilian agencies, the legislative branch and industry, as well as academia and media, with an interest in exploring how additive manufacturing technologies can efficiently advance mission-critical strategies in an era of significant budget challenges.
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Date and time
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. EST
Georgetown University Conference Center,
3800 Reservoir Rd NW,
Washington, DC 20057
Modest food and beverages will be provided in accordance with federal executive branch gift rules and the Presidential Executive Order on Ethics (and related Ethics Pledge) for appointees.
Highlights from the 2016 forum
Additive Manufacturing in Defense Forum: 2017 Agenda
- View last year’s Additive Manufacturing in Defense Forum agenda
- To learn more about Deloitte’s Federal Government insights, visit www.deloitte.com/us/federal.
3D opportunity for scan, design, and analyze: The first phase of the digital thread
The digital thread is a single, seamless strand that carries data through the additive manufacturing (AM) process. Reaping the benefits of AM requires an in-depth understanding of the digital thread—including the first phase, scan/design + analyze, which lays the groundwork for subsequent stages.
3D opportunity for blockchain: Additive manufacturing links the digital thread
How could blockchain be utilized in additive manufacturing to support supply chain scale and product innovation and add value to the digital thread? Learn the potential challenges and opportunities involved when infusing blockchain into the AM process.
3D opportunity for the Department of Defense: Additive manufacturing fires up
In an era of unsustainable defense budgets and increasingly complex enemies, AM holds the potential to help the United States to meet its mission and responsibilities in both
3D opportunity for the digital thread: Additive manufacturing ties it all together
The digital thread—a single, seamless strand of data that stretches from the initial design to the finished part—can help scale and enhance AM capabilities.
3D Opportunity for intellectual property risk: Additive manufacturing stakes its claim
In a shifting value chain, information related to an object’s AM design could become more valuable than the object itself―yet intellectual property law is struggling to keep pace with AM technology advances.
3D opportunity for the talent gap: Additive manufacturing and the workforce of the future
As AM transforms the engineering and manufacturing industries, the broader manufacturing workforce is struggling to adapt to the rapid pace of change.
For more insights, check out the entire Deloitte Insights Collection on additive manufacturing.