Additive Manufacturing Trends: Aerospace, Automotive and Transport Engineering Industries – 28 March 2014

2014-03-28 14:00 - 17:00

Additive Manufacturing Trends: Aerospace, Automotive and Transport Engineering Industries – 28 March 2014

Venue: NTUC Learning Hub
Address: 73 Bras Basah Road
Date: 28/03/2014
Start Time: 2:00 PM – End Time: 5:00 PM

The power to 3D print the future, today.


The aerospace, automotive and Transport engineering industries has incorporated additive manufacturing (AM) throughout all processes and functions; from the design concept to near-end-of-life repairs.

Join us at the NTUC Learning Hub @ 73 Bras Basah Road on the 28 Mar and hear Amos C. Breyfogle Direct Digital Manufacturing expert from Stratasys, on how Additive Manufacturing Technology has been deployed in the aerospace, Automotive and Transport industries

Also learn more about optimizing shapes and geometrical features when designing for Jigs and Fixtures and Precision Production build
from CADAQ, a design consultancy firm, providing conceptual to development, simulation and prototyping services.



2.00PM – 2.30PM Registration
2.30PM – 3.15PM Additive Manufacturing Trends:Aerospace, Automotive and Transport Industries
3.15PM – 3.45PM Designing for Additive Manufacturing
3.45PM – 4.15PM Guest Speaker
4.15PM – 4.30PM Next U Program/ Course update
4.30PM – 5.00PM Q&A and Networking


  Ryan SybrantWorldwide Sr.Manager – Direct Digital Manufacturing GroupStratasys Ltd. USARyan Sybrant is the Worldwide Sr. Manager working for the Direct Digital Manufacturing Solutions Group at Stratasys Ltd. USA, a worldwide manufacturer of 3D production and 3D printing systems. He has earned his Bachelor’s degree in manufacturing management from the University of Minnesota and a M.B.A from Capella University.

Ryan’s background includes 8 years of manufacturing and application engineering experience at Parker Hannifin. He has been with Stratasys for over 10 years and his current role focuses on adoption and growth of advanced manufacturing applications within aerospace, automotive, and defense.

As a technical specialist Mr.Sybrant engages with clients to assess their opportunities for improvement & advice customers on the deployment of the Stratasys FDM Additive Manufacturing Technology for Direct Digital Manufacturing. He specializes in End Use Parts as well as production tooling such as variety of Jigs & Fixtures, Fiber lay-up molds, Sheet Metal Forming Dies, and Molding Applications.

Mr.Sybrant has been a regular speaker at industry forums such as “Additive Manufacturing User Group” in USA and many other Industry Associations in USA, Europe & Asia.


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