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Additive Manufacturing Podcast

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We talk a lot in this series about how Additive Manufacturing promotes innovation. Many of the uses for this technology weren’t even conceived of when we started, and we continue to be surprised and impressed by the versatility of this technology. The capabilities of additive is a collaborative process between customers and manufacturers. We’re constantly thinking about the possibilities when customers are in search of solutions. We are discovering that the capacity for printing intricate parts also allows for assembly consolidation. From complex cooling components used in gas turbines to secret automotive parts in Formula One race cars, the future possibilities of Additive Manufacturing exceed the capacity of our imagination. In today’s episode, we’re talking to Tad Steinberg and Trevor Hillston from Material Solutions. Material Solutions are a print service shop that Siemens acquired a majority stake in back in 2016. They are experts in printing complex metal parts of exceptional quality. Trevor is the Chief Technical Officer and was one of the founding members of the company in 2006. His goal was to put a new technology metal into serial production. Since then, he's been developing and applying the technology to industrial gas turbines, aerospace, and automotive industries. Tad Steinberg is the Manager of Siemens Energy's Additive Manufacturing Business Development, Marketing and Sales. He works to create solutions for customer training, identification, and application of engineering requirements. Tad leads business development activities for the Americas at AMAC, our Additive Manufacturing Application Center in Orlando. Our conversation today takes a deep dive into the work happening over at Material Solutions. We talk about the ever-expanding possibilities within Additive Manufacturing, the types of solutions customers are asking for, and the expansion of the company as the benefits of this technology continue to be discovered. Some Questions I Ask:Can you tell us a bit about what you print, and who you’ve printed for? (2:08)What makes the printing you guys do unique? (3:56)Are there any really innovative ways you've seen your customers using additive? (5:26)How have you figured out how to make something that you can assure your customers of? (9:12)Are you finding that you have to educate customers about the possibilities of additive? (11:16)What You’ll Learn in This Episode:Their role in presenting Additive Manufacturing solutions to customers (3:10)How the certification and traceability process works (7:48) What customers are looking for in Additive Manufacturing (9:58)What motivated Material Solutions to start expanding (18:22)Connect with Tad Steinberg:LinkedInConnect with Trevor Illston:LinkedInResources:Materials Solutions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
New technology never begins in a perfect state of readiness. There are inevitably bumps in the road that need to be traversed. In the case of additive manufacturing, this process is made even more complex by its diversity of use. It’s not for a single industry or product, but rather holds potential for many industries and a countless number of highly customizable products. The possibilities are endless and the journey to perfection may be a long one, but with so much potential, the value of additive manufacturing is clear.Where are we now, and what are we learning? As drivers of this industry, we’ve collected an encyclopaedic level of information on what works and what doesn’t. Today, we’re talking about how Siemens are investing in the simulation process, what those investments are teaching us, and how this dedication is bringing value to our customers. In this episode, we’re back with Aaron Frankel, the Vice President of the Additive Manufacturing Software Program at Siemens Digital Industry Software. For 23 years he’s worked with the team as an Application Engineer, a Product Manager, and he’s been involved in marketing, design engineering, and manufacturing. He’s responsible for the overall additive manufacturing business, our solution roadmap and our partner ecosystem. Today, we’re continuing our conversation about the current landscape of Additive Manufacturing. Some Questions I Ask:What are some additional use cases for additive manufacturing? (1:11)How does software fit into the innovation process? (9:42)How is simulation helping with the high failure rate for prints? (13:45)What are companies communicating to you about the solutions Siemens are able to provide? (17:59)What You’ll Learn in This Episode:How topology optimization is being used with additive manufacturing (3:20)The future capabilities of additive manufacturing (6:23)How the digital twin helped create a solution for the post process of depowdering (10:45) The 3 primary areas of investment in simulation (15:00)The unique value propositions that our software offers (18:10)Connect with Aaron Frankel: LinkedinTwitterSiemens Thought Leadership  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There is nothing more exciting than being on the cutting edge of the next big breakthrough in technology. Additive Manufacturing has been referred to as a part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and we couldn’t agree more. The fast pace of innovation in 3D manufacturing means that things are changing constantly. Keeping you informed about the latest technology and emerging industry trends is what this podcast is all about.No matter which aspect of additive manufacturing you might be involved in, we all want to know what that end product looks like. What are customers looking for, and how are they using this technology in a real-world sense? For many industries, additive manufacturing is an easy sell, and the benefits of the technology click instantly. For other industries, it’s up to us to demonstrate the benefits. We’ll discover what that process looks like, and how customers are responding. In this episode, we talk to Aaron Frankel, the Vice President of the Additive Manufacturing Software Program at Siemens Digital Industry Software. He’s been a part of the team here for 23 years, working as an Application Engineer, a Product Manager, and he’s been involved in everything from marketing to design engineering, and worked as a manufacturer. Today, he talks to us about the current landscape of Additive Manufacturing. Some Questions I Ask:Is the current Additive Manufacturing market meeting your expectations? (2:20)What are the strongest areas we’re seeing customer interest in additive manufacturing? (3:42)What needs to happen for companies to fully adopt additive? (6:37)What reasons are customers giving you as to why they are pursuing additive manufacturing? (16:58)How are customers using this technology? (18:54)What You’ll Learn in This Episode:Frankel’s personal expectations for the industry (2:41)The “3 culprits” that are killing additive innovation (6:52)How Siemens is helping customers to recognize the benefits of additive manufacturing (10:46)Ways in which we collaborate with our ecosystem to industrialize additive (12:39)The three primary segments of those seeking out this technology (8:11)Connect with Aaron Frankel: LinkedinTwitterSiemens Thought Leadership  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is a podcast with Ashley and Blake on what Additive Manufacturing is. So many topics will be discussed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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