Cafe Scientifique: “Additive Manufacturing: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Should Care”

December 2, 2014

Additive Manufacturing: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Should Care

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Dr. Howard A. Kuhn

Adjunct Professor
University of Pittsburgh

Additive Manufacturing, or 3D Printing, is a hotbed of modern innovation and entrepreneurial activity that is beginning to affect nearly every facet of our lives. Dr. Howard A. Kuhn will trace the evolution of the technology and illustrate the seemingly infinite array of geometrical features this technology makes possible. Kuhn will describe and display a variety of current and emerging applications, with emphasis on uses of additive manufacturing in the biomedical field.

Dr. Howard A. Kuhn is an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh, teaching courses in manufacturing, product realization, entrepreneurship, and additive manufacturing. He also conducts research on additive manufacturing of biomedical devices for tissue engineering at the university. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Kuhn serves as technical adviser for the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. He is also research consultant at The Ex One Company, developing materials, processes and equipment for additive manufacturing of metal and ceramic components by three-dimensional printing.

 

Recorded Monday, December 1st, 2014 at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

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Cafe Scientifique Q&A: “Additive Manufacturing: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Should Care”

December 2, 2014

*This is the Q&A portion of Dr. Kuhn's presentation.

Additive Manufacturing: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Should Care

Dr. Howard A. Kuhn

Adjunct Professor
University of Pittsburgh

Additive Manufacturing, or 3D Printing, is a hotbed of modern innovation and entrepreneurial activity that is beginning to affect nearly every facet of our lives. Dr. Howard A. Kuhn will trace the evolution of the technology and illustrate the seemingly infinite array of geometrical features this technology makes possible. Kuhn will describe and display a variety of current and emerging applications, with emphasis on uses of additive manufacturing in the biomedical field.

Dr. Howard A. Kuhn is an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh, teaching courses in manufacturing, product realization, entrepreneurship, and additive manufacturing. He also conducts research on additive manufacturing of biomedical devices for tissue engineering at the university. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Kuhn serves as technical adviser for the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. He is also research consultant at The Ex One Company, developing materials, processes and equipment for additive manufacturing of metal and ceramic components by three-dimensional printing.

 

Recorded Monday, December 1st, 2014 at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

00:0000:00