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Keynote Presentation: “3D Printing for Hollywood”
Jason Lopes, Lead Systems Engineer, Legacy Effects
Jason will discuss how 3D scanning and 3D printing have enabled the creation of some of Hollywood’s most amazing special effects, including work on the movies Iron Man 3, RoboCop (2014), The Bourne Legacy, Pacific Rim, and the Hunger Games. Legacy Effects has transformed the special effects department from a post-production component of filmmaking to something that informs the filmmaking process.
Understanding the Revision to AS9101E and Overview of Changes to ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D
Paul Dionne, Global Aerospace Program Manager, ABS
Paul worked 28 years in the Aerospace Industry for United Technologies Corporation as a Manager of Inspection and Supplier Quality Representative. He also worked 12 years as a Global Aerospace Program Manager for 2 major Certification Bodies providing 3rd party Quality Management System auditing services for conformance to ISO9001, AS9100 and AS9120. Paul is a member of the IAQG Writing Team for AS9101 aerospace, space & defense audit standard.
This presentation will cover the upcoming proposed revisions to the AS9100C standard (AS9100D) and ISO9001:2008 (2015) standards. The objective is to provide organizations with assistance to evaluate the proposed changes to each of the standards. Today’s suppliers to the Aerospace, Space, and Defense (ASD) industries know that there is no more important set of quality standards than the AS9100 series, which is based upon ISO 9001. The industry has added a number of requirements to the standards. Conformance to AS9100 series standards provides international credibility that an organization adheres to the strictest quality standards required for ASD procurement. This presentation will assist with the planning recommendations/timelines to make the necessary revisions to their Quality Management Systems.
- Background ISO 9001
- ISO 9001 Revision Activities
- ISO 9001 versus AS9100 Relationship
- AS9100 Revision Activities
- Questions – Final Summary
Supply Chain Management – Increase Profit Contribution
Kevin Beidelman, Principal, Bolero Associates
Kevin Beidelman, a principal for Bolero Associates, has over 25 years of consulting, training and management experience in business and industry. He formerly held senior management positions in the areas of operations, purchasing/ materials management and quality assurance for firms in the Electronics, Computer, and Metal Fabrication industries. He holds MBA and BS degrees in Business Management. Kevin has beens an instructor in Business Contract Negotiations and Supply Chain Management for the University of California, Irvine and a member of academic advisory committees for several colleges and universities. He is past president of ISM, Orange County.
Increasing costs, longer lead times, constant change, adjusting to standard software solutions, personal agendas and towering silos – are these the recurring hurdles in your supply chain? Improvement in one segment of your chain provides only short-term results that are offset in other segments due to a lack of collaboration and coordination across the entire supply chain. Efforts to create the right supply chain solution for your company and business partners are failing because there is no strategic focal point, no clear vision, and no path that will lead to success. This presentation will demonstrate how to leverage IT technology to support your multi-tiered supply chain, always understanding that technology must support and fit your situation . Defining and integrating a supply chain tailored to the collective needs of all partners is the answer to supply chain effectiveness.
- Understand how decreased total time and costs within the supply chain insures that only value added activities survive.
- Recognize the that reduced cycle time improves throughput, increases service levels, reduces inventory, and improves communication between partners.
- Identify how lower costs advance the competitiveness of the total process and produce significant financial returns – for all!
The Dynamics of High Speed Material Removal
Stas Mylek, Product Marketing, CNC Software, Inc.
Dynamic Motion technology is a style of NC programming that removes more material per minute while maximizing tooling capabilities and life, regardless of your CNC machine’s specs or the type of material you are cutting. Mastercam’s Dynamic Motion tool paths can use a cutting tools full flute length to produce the smoothest, most efficient tool motion. The technique applies to a wide variety of machining methodologies and strategies.
- Reduce CNC Machining Cycle Time
- Extended Tool Life
- Reduced Machine Wear
- Consistent Chip Formation and Spindle Load
The Application of 3D Engineering (3DE) and Additive Manufacturing to the Navy
Stephen Cox, Chief Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, US Navy
Stephen Cox is a Chief Engineer, Code 41120, for the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center – Pacific (SSC-PAC), Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL), San Diego, CA. He is a Certified Manufacturing Engineer, holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Mathematics, University of La Verne (ULV), and a Masters of Engineering Degree, in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), University of California, San Diego, (UCSD) and has over 30 years experience in the field of Manufacturing Engineering.
The first half of this paper acquaints the “non-believer” with the benefits and technologies of additive manufacturing (AM). The second half addresses the imperative of application of the technology in the US Navy, specific implementation of a practical 3D Engineering process (including Scan to CAD to Simulation to Fabrication), and controversy and challenges of taking AM parts through certification in Navy systems, including the areas of flight (F-18s) and aboard submarines.
- Why AM?
- History of AM
- State-of-the-Art in AM
- AM in Industry and Consumer Markets
- What parts should be considered for AM?
- Success Stories of Applied AM
- Equipment Selection of the “RIGHT” 3D AM Printer
- Application to Navy: Imperative for adoption to meet requirements of a 300 ship fleet.
- Implementation of a Practical 3DE Process: Specific “Recipe” with Cost Estimate
- Part and Process Qualification: A Pathway to Certification with examples