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                     the Automotive Industry for Tooling and End-Use Parts. Presenting: Alex Huckstepp, vice president, business development, Digital Alloys;
• 3D Metal Printing Applications in the Automotive Industry;
• Post-Processing of 3D-Printed Metal Parts; and
• Networking Reception and Table- top Exhibits
Tech Tours
Of course, not all learning takes place in meeting rooms, which is why Wednesday, aka Tour Day, includes stops at Linear AMS in Livonia, MI, and the Ford Advanced Manufacturing Center in Redford, MI.
The first tour provides an opportu- nity to learn and see firsthand how Linear AMS creates 3D objects from digital CAD files in a variety of metals, producing previously impossible-to- construct shapes.
The $45-million Ford Advanced Manufacturing Center, home to more
than 20 printers, collaborative robots and virtual/augmented reality simu- lators, provides a great example of how the automotive company looks to tech- nology to improve its manufacturing.
After the tours, the 3D Metal Print-
ing Experience concludes with lunch and a roundtable discussion featuring session speakers.
For more information and to register, visit MF
Fabrication: 3D Metals
                      Beckwood’s new EVOx line of servo-electric presses offers unrivaled precision, accuracy, and efficiency without using hydraulics. If your application requires tight tolerances and process repeatability, upgrade to EVOx.
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