Plymouth, Indiana. July 8, 2019. ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies) is hosting its 2nd Annual Additive Manufacturing Summit this summer. It will be on Tuesday, July 23 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Old Bag Factory in Goshen, Indiana. The summit will be valuable to a wide range of manufacturers, from those that are learning about the process to those that are ready to develop an in-house Additive Manufacturing program.
The conference will feature:
– A general introduction to Additive Manufacturing
– Presentations by key players and suppliers in the industry such as Atlas 3D, EOS North America, ITAMCO, Kennametal, the South Bend – Elkhart Regional Partnership, and the University of Notre Dame
– Where to start when developing an in-house Additive Manufacturing program
– What to look for when purchasing Additive-Manufactured components
– Upcoming developments in the process
– A question-and-answer session
The summit is free of charge but registration is required at www.additivesummit.com. A tour of the Additive Manufacturing program at the Kennametal plant in Goshen will be held after the summit. Space is limited for this tour and the signing of a Non-Disclosure Agreement is required. Contact Drake Cargnino at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for the tour.
ITAMCO encourages journalists and reporters to attend the summit. The presenters will be available for interviews and photographs. (Photography and interviews are not allowed at the Kennametal plant.)
Since 1955, ITAMCO has provided open gearing and precision machining services to heavy-duty industries including Mining, Off-Highway Vehicles, Marine, and Aviation. In addition to the company’s offerings in traditional manufacturing, the technology team at ITAMCO has released over 65 applications for mobile devices; designed and markets iBlue, the first industrial Bluetooth transmitter; developed an award-winning Google Glass application; and launched their successful “Strategic Technology Initiative for Additive Manufacturing” in 2015. The company continues to explore alternatives to traditional processes: ITAMCO has received grants to develop Phase Transforming Cellular Matrix (PXCM) geometry-based capabilities for both the United States Army and Air Force as well as blockchain technology solutions for the United States Army and Navy. Learn more about ITAMCO at www.itamco.com.