Heavy Hitters: The Importance of Defense Manufacturing & Future Point of Need Applications
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In this episode, we sit with Jason Dickman, CTO of ClassIQ mfg has a long and significant history in the Additive Manufacturing industry. Jason shares his experiences in entrepreneurship with additive manufacturing revolving around prototyping and production for defense and many other industries.
It’s About the People: The Use of Advanced Technology to Scale Workforce Development
In this episode, we sit with Courtney Arbour, Director of the Texas Workforce Commission’s Workforce Development Division where she oversees an integrated workforce development system that provides employment and training activities for the state of Texas. Courtney gives us a glimpse into her everyday life promoting new long-lasting careers for Texans and the utilization of advanced technologies leading to the development of new technical skills across the state.
Reach For The Stars: AM's Untapped Potential in Public & Private Industries
In this episode, we sit with Adam Penna of ASME to discuss public and private sector advancements in additive technologies. We’ll dive into various topics such as education, workforce development, and even space travel. Focused on the adoption of AM in all industries, and the growth of the people who work in them!
Think with The End in Mind: Surface Finishing's Dirty Little Secret
In this episode, we follow the BelAir team through what is understood to be a simple and overlooked topic, "Surface Finishing". During our discussion we breakdown the different post-processing methods leading to dramatic increases in part performance and reliability. Listen close as our team pulls back the veil of surface finishing's best-kept secrets!
Making The Change: Americas Initiative for Diverse Engineering Capabilities
In this episode, we get a real-life look into EWI’s AM Business Director, Howie Marotto, and his passion for people with unique skill sets, as well as the importance of capitalizing on the amazing talents that foreign nationals bring to our technical innovation. We discuss what living in America means to us and what we as a country need to do to tap into these wells of knowledge to mitigate risks around supply-chain, and hypersonic threats and reduce the dilution of the American dream by expanding into the world of inclusion.