Additive Manufacturing: Solutions for Low-Volume/Urgent Production – FREE


Date(s) - April 24, 2024
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County


Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has gained significant popularity and recognition as a versatile manufacturing process. It offers unique advantages for low-volume production, enabling cost-effective and efficient manufacturing of complex parts without the need for traditional tooling or molds. In the case of supply chain disruption, it can also provide a critical solution to an urgent production challenge.

However, to effectively leverage additive manufacturing, your digital inventories play a crucial role in the success of this application. Join us to explore:

  • Additive manufacturing technology
  • 3D scanning and reverse engineering workflows
  • Digital inventories for critical machine components
  • Real-world case studies and applications

Please note: On-site assessments and training are grant-supported for companies in the defense industry or those interested in working in the defense industry. Implementation services are grant-supported for companies currently in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB).  If you would like more information, please reach out to your Account Advisor which can be found on our website or by using this territory map.


Intended audience: Operations, Engineering, Purchasing/Procurement

Workshop length: 4 hours

Cost: Free

Location:  Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County, 300 NIBCO Parkway, Suite 201, Elkhart, IN

Register By: April 18, 2024

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