New Manufacturing Technologies – Capitalising on 3D Printing Capabilities

New Manufacturing Technologies – Capitalising on 3D Printing Capabilities

25 Sep 2018, 15:15 - 16:00

CabinSpace Live Seminar Theatre, 1000

This session will explore how additive manufacturing capabilities are enabling innovative aircraft interiors products and parts without, increasing costs, including:

  • Where are the immediate opportunities to introduce creativity, offer differentiation and improve cost savings?
  • What are the solutions to addressing 3D printing challenges such as inconsistency, air pockets, shrinkage?
  • Setting out a road map for 3D printed structural parts
  • How can you design after-life use and recycling into 3D printed parts?


  • Steven Rizzo


    US Channel Manager

    BigRep America

    Steven Rizzo is US Channel Manager for BigRep America, a global leader of large-scale 3D printers. Steven has helped grow and strengthen BigRep’s...

  • Elijah Dobrusin


    Vice President Development & Strategy

    EnCore Group

    Elijah Dobrusin currently works as Vice President of Development & Strategy at EnCore. Founded in 2011, EnCore is a relatively newcomer to the...

  • Dallas Nagle


    ODA Administrator

    Delta Engineering

    Dallas Nagle is the Organizational Designation Authorization (ODA) Administrator for Delta Engineering. His role includes Flammability Designee;...

  • Vern Alg



    Reed Exhibitions

    Vern Alg is the Industry Consultant for Aircraft Interiors Expo and principal at ALG Consulting. He has worked in many aspects of the airline...

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