September 9, 2021
Much of the recent focus has been on Additive Manufacturing (AM), giving the false impression that Subtractive Manufacturing is no longer relevant. But those on the frontline tell us, in the real world, Additive and Subtractive are merging, creating efficient hybrid workflows.
Tune in to hear experts discuss:
- how 3D printing and machining complement each other;
- software that lets you explore hybrid production processes;
- on-demand service providers that give you both options.
Anthony Graves, Senior Director, Head of Product and Strategy, Digital Manufacturing Solutions, HP
As head of product and strategy for HP's Digital Manufacturing Solutions, Anthony is responsible for vision, requirements, pricing and packaging, partnerships, and go-to-market. This new group inside HP is focused on delivering solutions specifically designed and engineered to support the high order volume businesses emerging around personalized, customized, and on-demand digital and additive manufacturing.
Prior to joining HP, Anthony spent 25+ years in the manufacturing industry. Anthony was also an original co-founder of Fast Radius and HSMWorks, an integrated CAM solution for SolidWorks (acquired by Autodesk in 2012, now the CAM engine inside Fusion 360).
Gene Miller, Technical Sales Engineer, Velo3D
Gene has held various high-level positions in foundry and process engineering. He joined Velo3D in 2016 as a process engineer, developing unique laser parameters for Velo3D’s flagship 3D metal AM printer Sapphire® helping elevate Velo3D’s SupportFreeTMtechnology. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University.
Aaron Kelly, VP of Sales, Desktop Metal