Seminar by Dr. Ed Herderick
Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing
Seminar by Ed Herderick
Director of Additive
The Ohio State University
Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence
Over the past 30 years additive manufacturing has matured from a handful of lab scale prototyping technologies to a full blown suite of production hardened manufacturing methods. This talk will cover some of the early history for metals additive manufacturing and provide context for similarities and differences between additive and traditional subtractive metallurgical manufacturing. A series of case studies from across industrial applications will then be presented including aerospace, power, and oil and gas. Additionally, views on the current state of the technology as well as considerations for qualification and certification will be presented.
Dr. Edward D. Herderick is the Director of Additive at The Ohio State University Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence. He previously worked for GE as Global Sales Leader for Portables NDT at GE Inspection Technologies and was the Additive Technologies Leader for GE Corporate Supply Chain and Operations. He has also served as Director of R&D at additive startup rp+m and was Director of the Additive Manufacturing Consortium operated by EWI. He served as a AAAS Congressional Fellow in the office of Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown. He received his PhD in MSE from The Ohio State University.