Incodema3D Additive Day 2017 Agenda
Tuesday 9/19Welcome reception 6:30-9PM at Ithaca Country Club,189 Pleasant Grove Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850
7:30AM-8:30AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45AM - Opening Remarks (Sean Whittaker)
9AM-9:15AM -Presentation (EOS-Glynn Fletcher)
9:15AM-9:30AM - Presentation (Woodward- James Ambrosek)
9:30AM-9:45AM - Presentation (Additive Minds-Austin Issacs)
10AM-10:15AM Presentation (EOS- Scott Killian)
10:15AM-10:30AM Presentation (Anoplate- Tim Stone)
10:30AM-10:45AM Presentation (Northrop Grumman- Dorian Blot)
10:45AM-bus to I3D
11AM-12PM - Tour of Incodema3D facility
12PM-Bus Back to Ithaca Country Club
1:15PM-1:30PM - Presentation (Post Process- Bob Borinski)
1:30PM-1:45PM Presentation (Incodema3D- Ajay Krishnan)
1:45PM-2PM- Presentation (Clarkson University- Cetin Cetinkaya)
2PM-2:45PM - Panel Discussion: Additive Production:
- Is Aerospace/Defense there yet?
- Capacity, technology improvements, process issues
- Ask the experts:(I3D- Scott Volk, EOS- Greg Hayes, Woodward- Conor Riordan, NGC- Roddy Rodriguez)
2:45PM - Closing remarks
2:45PM-4:30PM- Closing Reception
Sean Whittaker - President CEO of Incodema3D, BS Mechanical Engineering
Sean has extensive experience in manufacturing having founded Incodema, Inc. in 2001, after 13 years as Engineering Manager for NCR & TransAct Technologies. Incodema's mission was to provide Precision Sheetmetal components using advanced manufacturing technologies in a comparable lead-time to 3D Printing. Sean founded Incodema3D in 2012 bringing the vision full circle by providing 3D Printing services.
Glynn Fletcher-President, EOS North America
As a qualified engineer with 30-years background in both the CNC machine tool industry and precision parts manufacturing environment, Mr. Fletcher’s extensive experience specific to the challenges and opportunities facing manufacturers in Europe, North America and Latin America allows him today to lead the North America region of EOS – the global technology and market leader for high-end Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology.
His past experience includes 11 years with Cincinnati Milacron, seven years of which he held the position of UK Sales Manager, as well as 18 years with GF Machining Solutions, originally as Managing Director of GF AgieCharmilles, UK, and finally as President, GF Machining Solutions, Americas.
Today, at EOS, the global market leader of laser-sintering solutions, Mr. Fletcher serves as president of EOS of North America, Inc., pioneering the explosive growth of industrial AM in the region where he also oversees two companies within the EOS family: EOS Materials, the leading provider of high-performance polymers and metal powders, including customized polymer blends for the AM industry, and EOS Integra, offering high-quality service and support for rapid prototyping and AM technology.
Scott Killian-Business Development Manager for Aerospace EOS North America
Scott Killian, Business Development Manager for Aerospace at EOS North America, directs business development and strategy, supporting more than 30 aerospace original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in North America. Scott joined EOS in 2011 to support the company’s aerospace clients. Having seen over 40 aerospace manufacturing facilities around the globe, Scott has a keen understanding of how additive manufacturing integrates into the aerospace environment.
Scott has been in the high and emerging technology sector for over 30 years. He began his career with Apple in 1986 as an inside salesperson before becoming manager of the company’s federal business development program and later director of customer services in Austin, Texas.
Scott moved to the additive manufacturing industry in 1994, when he joined DTM Corporation (now 3D Systems). In his six years there, he served in several roles, including Director of Customer Service and Applications Engineering and Director of Sales in Latin America. He has experience in similar roles at HP, Harvest Technologies and EDM Logic, working with each company to establish and execute business strategies for the aerospace industry.
Scott received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from High Point University in High Point, N.C.
Greg Hayes – Director or Applications and Consulting, EOS North America
Greg Hayes is a strategic technology development consultant with a strong background in high-end research and development, and a focus in materials science and engineering. Greg’s professional background began as a consulting materials scientist and technical program lead, working internationally in the health-tech, high-tech, and aerospace markets. Currently, Greg is director of consulting and applications of EOS North America, where he works to identify market needs and uses of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology to develop products to fulfill those opportunities. Most recently as a program manager and director of new partnerships for AM at TNO, he concentrated on design and structure of research programs, acquisition of funding and partners, and general management. In 2016, he joined the Junto Health advisory board. Prior to that in 2014, Greg co-founded Complex Materials, a bespoke bioresorbable materials company with a focus on magnesium alloy stent tubing. Greg holds an ME degree from the University of Delaware; a Ph.D. in Materials Science from The Pennsylvania State University; and Start-up and Entrepreneurship certification from the Vlerick Business School in Belgium.
Austin Isaacs – Process Engineer, EOS North America
Austin Isaacs has over five years of experience operating different Metal Additive Manufacturing systems and traditional subtractive equipment. He received a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering and a Master of Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering from North Carolina State University. Austin is currently a Process Engineer and a member of Additive Minds at EOS North America in Pflugerville, Texas, where he combines his knowledge of these processes to lead hybrid manufacturing projects.
Conor Riordan- Manager Woodward Center of Excellence for Additive Manufacturing
Conor joined Woodward in 2012 and currently manages the Woodward Center of Excellence for Additive Manufacturing. He previously worked on aircraft emergency power systems at United Technologies Corp where he led entry into service efforts for the 787 Dreamliner ram air turbine. Conor has a background in topology optimization and is passionate about combining innovative engineering design with advanced process development. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Western Michigan University and the University of Notre Dame, respectively.
James Ambrosek- Woodward Center of Excellence for Additive Manufacturing
James joined Woodward in 2011 after completing a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is currently working in the Aircraft Turbine System side on air bleed valve applications. James’ experience ranges from high temperature materials, corrosion in aggressive environments, and molten salt applications. James has worked with the additive manufacturing group part-time since 2013. He currently leads an Innovation Network inside Woodard focused on Additive Manufacturing Technology.
Tim Stone -Chairman of the Aerospace Alliance of Upstate New York (AAUNY) and Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Anoplate Corporation in Syracuse.
Tim served in the United States Marine Corp., is a graduate of Kansas State University, spent 4 years playing professional football in the NFL and has over 25 years of executive level operational and business development experience in various industries. Tim excels in Leadership Team development and strategic positioning for growing companies. Tim resides in Baldwinsville New York with his wife and 3 children.
Roddy Rodriguez- Consulting Engineer at Northrop Grumman’s Mission Systems Sector.
He is currently in the Mechanical Technology department and is a principal lead in the sector’s additive manufacturing initiative. He has previously served as the manager for the EO/IR & Space Engineering department; prior to this he served as the principal lead for the Complex Mechanical Fabrication corporate initiative. Mr. Rodriguez has two master’s degrees at the Johns Hopkins University and also holds 40 disclosures as well as 6 US patents. He is also the recipient of two national awards for Hispanic Engineering: HENAAC & SHPE. In addition, he has been an adjunct professor at three community colleges and is a STEM advocate at several local high schools.
Dorian Blot-Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Technology department at Northrop Grumman’s Mission System Sector.
Dorian works a thermal analyst and principle lead in both Polymer and Metal Additive Manufacturing for the last 3 years he has been with Northrop Grumman. He holds 18 disclosures and 2 new technology awards. He obtained a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a Concentration in Aerospace from the New York Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Thermal Fluids from Virginia Tech.
Bob Bosinski- Vice President of Operations at Post Process Technologies
Bob is a start-up veteran, experienced in designing and deploying robust processes and systems in manufacturing environments to enable rapid expansion. Bob spent 24 years with AirSep Corporation from its start-up stage through post-acquisition and joined Post Process in 2017. Bob earned a master’s degree in Industrial Technology from Buffalo State College.
Çetin Çetinkaya- Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Clarkson University, NY.
He obtained his B.S. degree from Istanbul Technical University and M.S./Ph.D. from University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, all in Aerospace Engineering. His areas of research include solid mechanics, electrodynamics/elastic wave propagation and mechanical vibrations and their applications to various fields in additive manufacturing, adhesion characterization, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. Dr. Çetinkaya is the founder and director of the Photo-Acoustic Research (PAR) laboratory, which has been funded from various sources such as the NSF, Pfizer Inc., Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, the U.S. Army Research Office, Intel Corp., International SEMATECH, Praxair Electronics, Coulter Foundation, and the Consortium for the Advancement of Manufacturing in Pharmaceuticals. He is also serving as a co-Director (Clarkson Site), Center for Metamaterials, funded by the NSF under the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) program. Dr. Çetinkaya is a fellow of ASME.
Scott Volk – Director of Additive Manufacturing at Incodema3D
Scott Volk is an industry expert in both the plastic and metal additive manufacturing industries with over 20 years’ experience. At Laser Modeling Inc. and Scicon, Mr. Volk was involved in all aspects of SLA and RTV processes including materials development, quality, training and estimating. Prior to joining Incodema3D, Mr. Volk was the Vice President of Manufacturing at GPI Prototype, with extensive experience in researching and development in Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS). He was responsible for all aspects of DMLS, including manufacturing engineering, continuous improvement, risk assessment and certifications. Mr. Volk’s experience allows him to create complex parts that others don’t dare attempt and can work with strategic partners to develop materials and processes to meet new demands.
James Hockey- Incodema3D Director of Business Development
An accomplished sales professional and a 3D Industry expert with an outstanding record of success… Totaling over 20 years’ experience in all facets of customer relations in the manufacturing/project management/technical sales field. Proven abilities to manage projects from cradle to grave while assisting clients in developing production plans on products. Mr. Hockey started his additive manufacturing industry experience at Prototech Engineering and Laser Modeling Inc., and continued to expand his knowledge as VP Sales and New Market Development at GPI Prototype and Senior Technical Sales at Directed Manufacturing. James Hockey joins Incodema Group as National Business Development Manager.
Ajay Krishnan- Incodema3D Materials Scientist
Ajay Krishnan is the Materials Scientist at Incodema3D and is concurrently pursuing a Master's degree in Materials Science at Cornell University. He has over a year of Additive Manufacturing experience, and one scientific journal publication.
- Roxanne Andrian, Ph.D., MBA: Incodema3D Director of Quality
- Kevin Engel: Incodema3D Operations Manager
- Ben Benjamin: Incodema3D Machine Shop Manager
- Tracey Austin: Inside Sales Development 607-269-4390
- Andy Schwarz: Outside Business Development- West Coast 818-324-2331
- Richard Stephenson: Outside Business Development-East Coast 607-279-6662
- Ajay Krishnan: Incodema3D Metallurgist