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Meeting Additive Manufacturing Benchmarks 2018 (AM-Bench 2018)
Dates 06/17/2018 - 06/21/2018
Location Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Scope Additive Manufacturing Benchmarks 2018 (AM-Bench 2018) is the first in a series of events focused on validating and improving the accuracy of model predictions and developing universally accepted quantitative measurement approaches, for all AM materials and methods. Additive Manufacturing Benchmarks 2018 (AM-Bench 2018) is the first in a series of events focused on validating and improving the accuracy of model predictions and developing universally accepted quantitative measurement approaches, for all AM materials and methods. By addressing a critical barrier to widespread adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, the AM Bench measurements and associated conference series will make a significant impact on the global additive manufacturing community. AM researchers, practitioners, end-users, modelers, and vendors are invited to contribute to the outcomes of AM-Bench 2018 as follows: - Present your latest work as part of the AM Bench 2018 Benchmark Measurement and Modeling Symposium that examines quantitative measurements, state-of-the-art models, end user modeling needs, and future directions. Abstracts are being accepted now through March 1, 2018. - Participate in the AM-Bench 2018 benchmark challenges to be announced in February 2018. - Attend AM Bench 2018 to learn about the current state-of-the-art measurements and models, provide input into future benchmark tests, and network with your customers and AM experts.
Conference Chair Lyle Levine, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Mark R. Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Meeting Home Page www.tms.org/ambench2018

SYMPOSIA APPROVED FOR THIS CONFERENCE INCLUDE
Benchmark Challenges
Measurement and Modeling Symposium

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