This presentation will cover what inspections are being conducted for additively manufactured parts, from developing new processes through the prove-out phase and then with the transition of these parts into production.

5 Key Takeaways for Listeners
• R&D Considerations when evaluating the data
• Prove in Cad to Actual comparison of the parts
• Understanding of the quality considerations upfront
• Why is CT so heavily used in the RD and Proven out of these parts
• When and how do the transitions to production takes place
Wesley F. Wren
Director of Global Sales & Marketing
Wes has over 23 years of NDT experience. His technical knowledge in the X-ray/CT industry, international business experience, sales management, team building, and international operations has provided Wes with an excellent perspective on where the industry is going. His global market knowledge of Aerospace, Medical Devices, Electronics, Automotive, and Additive Manufacturing, has helped him better understand these industries’ needs for quality moving into the future.
Wes’ number one passion is meeting new people and learning what they enjoy and are passionate about. He enjoys golf, snowboarding, scuba diving, photography, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Ben Sampson
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