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The Crossroads of Manufacturing Multiple industries collaborating to take a new look at common manufacturing challenges – that’s what makes Mfg4 2014 so important. Produced by SME with other key industry leaders, the event will bring together a strategic mix of industries: aerospace, defense (including arms) and medical industries with the co-located MicroManufacturing and MMI – Medical Manufacturing Innovations conferences. Together, these manufacturers will explore, exchange, and invent game-changing solutions to enhance production, reduce costs and build business.

CO-LOCATED CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS The MicroManufacturing and MMI – Medical Manufacturing Innovations conferences will be held in Convention Center conference rooms near the event floor. The industryleading MicroManufacturing conference covers the strategies and processes needed to create micro features and micro parts. The Medical Manufacturing Innovations conference offers information on ground-breaking technologies that can change how you design and build your next medical device.

Explore. Exchange. Innovate! • Gain insight from a wide range of experts via

educational sessions and keynote presentations

• Learn how other industries have tackled tough

challenges and collaborate to apply them to your manufacturing projects

• See live demonstrations of the latest manufacturing technologies, materials and equipment

• Discover what’s new on the horizon for Micro and Medical manufacturing through the co-located workshops and conferences

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EVENT ADVISORS SME has partnered with leading OEMs to help develop Mfg4 and drive content programs. AEROSPACE and DEFENSE ADVISORS Alain Delorme

Peter Rega

Paul Faughnan

Bill Harris, Jr.

MEDICAL ADVISORS Bryon Jorgenson

Robert Dummer

Claudia S. Maldonado

Vickie Parks

Jeff Noren

Dawn Luehrs

MICROMANUFACTURING CONFERENCE ADVISORS Carol Barry, University of Massachusetts at Lowell Donna Bibber, Micro Engineering Solutions Andre Claudet, Sandia National Laboratories Kornel Ehmann, Northwestern University David Keenan, Small Technology Consulting Thomas Kurfess, Georgia Institute of Technology

Rhett Mayor, Georgia Institute of Technology Jerry Mraz, SmalTec International Frank Pfefferkorn, University of Wisconsin–Madison Edward Smith, Deringer Ney Inc Wes Starr, Open Space Consultants

EVENT PARTNERS SME has partnered with the following organizations to help promote the Mfg4 event. Joseph Bronzino, PhD and Terri Wilson

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Event At A Glance Event At-A-Glance Time

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Keynote Keynote Keynote Keynote Innovation for Large Scale Keynote Affordable Mission Capabilities with Integrated Affordable Mission Capabilities with Integrated Strategic Manufacturing Increase in Engine Production Strategic Rate Manufacturing Leade 9:00 -Leadership Enabling System Architectures Enabling System Architectures Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Resource Center Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Resource Center Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Resource Center 10:00 Peter Walsh, Vice President, Lynn E. Gambill, Chief Engineer of Peter Walsh, Vice President Tom Herald, PhD, Senior Fellow, Tom Herald, PhD, Senior Fellow, Global Operations, Medtroni Global Operations, Medtronic Lockheed Martin - Global Manufacturing Engineering & Global Services, Training & Logistics Lockheed Martin - Global Training & Logistics Pratt &Keynote Whitney, United Technologies Corp. Keynote Affordable Mission Capabilities with Solid Integrated Cutting Large Gears from with Enabling System Architectures Grinding Wheels Tom Herald, PhD, Senior Fellow, David Graham, Norton/Saint-Gobain Abrasives Lockheed Martin - Global Training & Logistics

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Philip Varghese, Saint Gobain

Keynote Superfinishing Applications Using Four Things you Need to Push the Limits Air Pollution Control Equipment for Aerospace NASA Technology Innovation: Role inWheels Economic Keynote CBN Grinding Keynote of Micro Molding Coating and Finishing and ManufacturingJohn Development Hagan and NASA Technology Innovation: Role in Economic Medical Device Design & Evolu 12:15 Aaron Johnson, Accumold Scott Gagliostro,Keynote Munters Dr. Robert J. Shaw, Deputy Director, Keynote Philip Varghese, Saint Gobain Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of 1:15 and Manufacturing Development Office of Technology Partnerships Planning Medical Device Design & Evolution New&Era in Aerospace and Technical Innovation, U.S. Endos Dr. Robert J. Shaw, Deputy Director, Venture Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of Chief, Research & Development & Partnership AdvancedOffice, Manufacturing Keynote Office of Technology Partnerships & Planning NASA Glenn Research Center Technical Innovation, U.S. Endoscopy Mike Reopel, Principal, Deloitte NASA Innovation: Role in EconomicOffice, Chief,Technology Venture Development & Partnership Keynote Keynote and Manufacturing Development NASA Glenn Research Center Medical Device Design & Evolution New Era in Aerospace and Dr. Robert J. Shaw, Deputy Director, Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of Research & Manufacturing’s Advanced Manufacturing Micro Big Challenges for EDM Automation Acquisition Secr 1:30 Office of Technology Partnerships & Planning Technical Innovation, U.S. Endoscopy Mike Reopel, Principal, Deloitte Erosion with Micro-Abrasive BrianControlled Pfluger, Makino RaymondBlasting: Rubocki, Eaton’s Cooper Pow 2:00 Chief, Venture Development & Partnership Office,

Micro Manufacturing’s Big Challenges for EDM NASA Glenn Research Center Brian Pfluger, Makino

Micro Manufacturing’s Big Challenges for EDM Introduction to Industrial Brian Pfluger, Makino Robotics

Bob Rochelle, Staubli Corporation

Introduction to Industrial Robotics Manufacturing Optimization and Verification Bob Rochelle, Staubli Corporation Robert Axtman and Scott Walter, Visual Components North America Corp.

Manufacturing Optimization and Verification Robert Axtman and Scott Walter, 3DComponents Printed Sensors and Actuators Visual North America Corp.

Automation Acquisition Secrets How Improved Technology is Solving New Raymond Rubocki, Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems Machining Challenges Introduction to Industrial Robotics EMI Shielding of Plastic Electronic E 2:00 Colin Weightman, Comco Inc. Controlled Micro-Abrasive Blasting: Bob Rochelle,Erosion Staubli with Corporation Wil Fernandez, VTI Vacuum Techno 2:30 Automation Acquisition Secrets How Improved Technology is Solving New EMI Shielding of Plastic Electronic Enclosures Driving Business Growth in Aerospace Raymond Rubocki, Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems Machining Challenges Manufacturing Optimization andDuggan, Verification Wil Fernandez, VTI Vacuum Technologies Kevin Associates Colin Weightman, ComcoDuggan Inc. Advances in Industrial Radiogr 2:30 Robert Axtman and Scott Walter, Chester Lowe, KUB Technologies 3:00 North America Corp. UCONN: Providing Opportunities for EMI Shielding of Plastic Electronic Enclosures Visual Components Driving Business Growth in Aerospace Advances in Industrial Radiography Manufacturers andAssociates their Suppliers to Leverage Wil Fernandez, VTI Vacuum Technologies Kevin Duggan, Duggan Chester Lowe, KUB Technologies Inc. 3D Printed Sensors World-Class Expertise and Resources and Actuators Metrology and Measurements 3:00 UCONN: Providing Opportunities for of Connecticut Jae-Won Choi, Dept. of Mechanical Engrg,University Aerospace Applications Gregory Sottile, PhD, 3:30 Advances in Industrial Radiography Manufacturers and their Suppliers to Leverage

Jae-Won Choi, Dept. of Mechanical Engrg, The University of Akron 3D Printed Sensors and Actuators

Jae-Won Choi, Dept. of Mechanical Engrg,for In-Line Application of Non-Contact Ultrasound The University of Akron Inspection and Material Qualification Bhardwaj, The Ultran Group Application Anuj of Non-Contact Ultrasound for In-Line Inspection and Material Qualification Anuj Bhardwaj, The Ultran Group

The University of Akron Chittaranj Sahay, University of Ha ChesterMetrology Lowe, KUB and Technologies Inc. World-Class Expertise and Resources Measurements for Application of Non-Contact for of In-Line Gregory Sottile, Ultrasound PhD, University Connecticut Aerospace Applications 3:30 Inspection and Material Qualification Chittaranj Sahay, University 4:00 forof Hartford Seating these presentations Metrology and Measurements Anuj Bhardwaj, The Ultranfor Group Crossroads of Manufacturing Re Aerospace Applications 3:30 - 5:00 PM is very limited. Chittaranj Sahay, University of Hartford

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Pre-registration is encouraged Crossroads of Manufacturing Reception is very limited. and recommended 3:30 - 5:00 PM Pre-registration is Program encouraged Additive Manufacturing Certificate Crossroads of Manufacturing1:30 Reception and recommended Exam 3:30 - 5:00 PM 5:00

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Additive Manufacturing Certificate Program Exam

Pre-Conference Workshop Metrology: Quality Control for Medical Pre-Conference Workshop MicroControl Components Metrology: or Quality for Medical or Micro Components

MicroManufacturing Fundamentals

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Pre-Conference Workshop Metrology: Quality Control for Medical or Micro Components

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Keynote Speakers AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE TUESDAY, MAY 6, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM Sponsored by:

Affordable Mission Capabilities with Integrated Enabling System Architectures Tom Herald, PhD, Senior Fellow, Lockheed Martin – Global Training & Logistics Dr. Robert Gates, 22nd Secretary of Defense, has challenged defense contractors to forego designing an ‘exquisite system’ in favor of a compliant ‘80% solution’.1 What does this affordability challenge mean? How do we embrace it and what must we do differently? Whether in a military or commercial domain, there are varying definitions of system architecture and the term affordability. This presentation explores how to change our perspective on architecture, to specifically facilitate understanding of the domain-relevant trade space for affordable solution design. 1

Medical Device Design and Evolution Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of Research & Technical Innovation, U.S. Endoscopy Following selection, problem definition and product definition, there exists a critical period where prototyping, testing, and capabilities infiltrate the design intent. These can come in the form of challenges or may be advantageous attributes that have been revealed during the development process. The additional capabilities that surface during the development phase can do as much to cripple a project as the problems recognized from the start. There is also the evolving “needs familiarity” and the potential resulting design creep that must be managed to ensure that the right product is delivered without unreasonable delays. This presentation focuses on the design and development process with particular emphasis on the medical device industry.

Gates, Robert M., 22nd Secretary of Defense, from remarks at the Naval War College,

Newport, RI, 17 April 2009

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM NASA Technology Innovation: Role in Economic and Manufacturing Development Dr. Robert J. Shaw, Deputy Director, Office of Technology Partnership & Planning, Chief, Venture Development & Partnership Office NASA Glenn Research Center NASA has been widely recognized for the development of innovative technologies required to support the Agency’s product lines of space exploration, science, and aeronautics. Over the last fifty-five years, a significant number of these technologies have been utilized by the private sector to create new products/enhance existing products and thus contribute to the economic security of the United States. Representative examples of successes to date as well as future plans will be discussed.

MEDICAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Strategic Manufacturing Leadership Peter Walsh, Vice President, Global Operations, Medtronic Mr. Walsh’s presentation addresses trends in the global Medical Device sector and provides some insight for Medical Device companies. He discusses the impact of these trends from a manufacturing perspective and shares some thoughts on how manufacturing leaders can position themselves to be strategic leaders in a very competitive environment. He discusses his criteria for strategic leadership and how charter is a function of capability, particularly for manufacturing locations that support strategically important markets.

AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE THURSDAY, MAY 8, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Sponsored by: Innovation for Large Scale Increase in Engine Production Rate Lynn Gambill, Chief Engineer of Manufacturing Engineering & Global Services, Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies Corp.

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM New Era in Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Mike Reopel, Principal, Deloitte Consulting Mr. Reopel examines many of the aspects of today’s advanced manufacturing strategies, processes and technologies and how they will impact the manufacturers of tomorrow. Mike discusses the demand dynamics and disruptions in the supply chain that will make winners and losers out of tiered suppliers. He also covers how OEMs are raising their game in sourcing of machining and that commercial aerospace companies will be locking up capacity with few suppliers. Mike explains how advanced manufacturing technologies, led by additive manufacturing, will be disruptive to the industry. He concludes by reminding attendees that the basics still work – value engineering, target costing and technology bookshelves.

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Information Interchange Sessions (complimentary)

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TUESDAY, MAY 6 Cutting Large Gears from Solid with Grinding Wheels David Graham, Norton/Saint-Gobain Abrasives

• Grinding large gears from solid can compete with traditional cutting processes

• Grinding enables tooth form modifications without the lead time and cost of special cutting tools • Specific material removal rates of 5.0 in³/min/in and greater have been demonstrated Building Machining Capacity with Advanced CAM Tools Robert Torrani, Connecticut Center For Advanced Technology

• Build capacity without capital investment • Improve material removal rate • Extend tool life • Lower part cost • Reduce power consumption Four Things You Need to Push the Limits of Micro Molding Aaron Johnson, Accumold

• Design approach for micro-molding • Material selection challenges • Prototyping challenges & solutions • Going beyond just making a small part Micro Manufacturing’s Big Challenges for EDM Brian Pfluger, Makino

• Learn about EDM Hole Drilling requirements and challenges faced by today’s manufacturing industry

• Gain an understanding of machining speed, accuracy, surface finish, and metallurgical quality, and what their impact is to different industries • Discuss different methods of operation to gain unattended machine operation, unique tooling configurations, and how these variables can vary based on application Introduction to Industrial Robotics Bob Rochelle, Staubli Corporation

• The business case for robotics • What robotic automation systems will work best in your manufacturing and processes

• The various industrial robots available and the types of

3D Printed Sensors and Actuators Jae-Won Choi, The University of Akron and Kwang-Un Jeong, Chonbuk National University Hybrid 3D Printing process and novel materials to produce flexible tactile sensors and actuators

• Hybrid 3D printing process with direct-print/cure • 3D printed robotic tactile sensors and their characterizations

• Preliminary research on 3D printable materials for actuators Application of Non-Contact Ultrasound for In-Line Inspection and Material Qualification Anuj Bhardwaj, The Ultran Group

• Non-contact ultrasound has improved to a level of efficiency where it is now comparable to conventional ultrasound usable at frequencies from 30 kHz to 5 MHz • Relating signal measurements directly to material properties in materials such as fiber-based composite pre-preg • A safe and non-destructive measurement process of relatively low cost • Reduce manufacturing cost, reduce and identify waste, while improving production efficiency on continuously produced web-line composite materials

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 Laser Sintering Processes for Aerospace Components and Medical Implants Shane Collins, Oxford Performance Materials

• A wide variety of dry blended fillers that have been added to the polyamide feedstock to increase performance

• A new material for the laser sintering process called HP3 • Manufacturing medical devices and aerospace components using polyetherketoneketone Laser Ablation: The Ultimate Tool from Large Area Cleaning to Polymer Stent Cutting Dr. Sascha Weiler, TRUMPF Inc. Air Pollution Control Equipment for Aerospace Coating and Finishing Scott Gagliostro, Munters

systems where they are intended to be deployed.

• List the operating benefits of VOC Abatement equipment

your processes

• Describe the process conditions ideal for the best

• The pros and cons of introducing robotic systems to Manufacturing Optimization and Validation Robert Axtman and Scott Walter, Visual Components North America Corporation

• How anyone can reduce costs and improve profitability in manufacturing

• Exposure to affordable software tools that everyone can use and apply

• Solutions for sales and engineering through the use of one product

• Solve all your manufacturing issues using one tool on

systems

performance of VOC Abatement equipment

• List the environmental benefits of VOC Abatement equipment Automation Acquisition Secrets Raymond Rubocki, Eaton’s Cooper Power Systems

• Requirement and function specifications define the results • Structured design defines all the pieces • Control system architecture drawing makes concepts visible • Process & equipment FMEA, safety risk assessment provide confirmation

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EMI Shielding of Plastic Electronic Enclosures Wil Fernandez, VTI Vacuum Technologies

• Process type: vacuum metallization, painting, wet plating, etc.

• Resin type and how to avoid blended mold release formulation of resin • Design enclosure for shielding • Define or calibrate judgment of mask lines • Define coating conductivity or continuity expectations • Define coating thickness requirement • Define adhesion testing • Integrate form in place (FIP) conductive or non-conductive gasket Advances in Industrial Radiography Chester Lowe, KUB Technologies Inc

• Radiographic NDT inspection • Past, present, and future radiography technologies • Radiographic techniques Metrology and Measurements for Aerospace Applications Chittaranj Sahay, University of Hartford

• Effect of shapes and datums, measurement requirement • Methods of data collection and processing • Special applications of CMM’s with laser and five axis probe for surface and root, aerofoil, and blade and rotor assembly measurement • Trends in fast point cloud analysis

THURSDAY, MAY 8 Advanced Casting Optimization Jiten Shah, Product Developmnet & Analysis PDA LLC

• Casting design and manufacturing process optimization • Casting process modeling as an effective tool kit

Controlled Erosion with Micro-Abrasive Blasting: How Improved Technology is Solving New Machining Challenges Colin Weightman, Comco Inc.

• How technology improvements have expanded the applications for which microblasting is an effective process

• Using microblasting for controlled erosion as a machining process

• Controlling selective removal rates to 1 um of material • How microblasting can correct surfaces distorted during hardening process Driving Business Growth in Aerospace Kevin Duggan, Duggan Associates

• The definition of operational excellence and an understanding of its principles and guidelines

• How operational excellence applies in the aerospace manufacturing industry

• Key lean concepts to achieve operational excellence in aerospace

• Case study of the Successful Application of Operational Excellence at United Technologies. The University of Connecticut: Providing Opportunities for Manufacturers and Their Suppliers to Leverage World-Class Expertise and Resources Gregory Sottile, PhD, University of Connecticut

• Many ways in which industry can collaborate with UConn to accelerate their technology development and commercialization interests • How manufacturers and their suppliers can pursue their R&D and process improvement objectives by leveraging the expertise of the University’s faculty, the equipment in the Tech Park and in other highly specialized UConn labs • The extensive portfolio of existing industry-driven intellectual property solutions

for design engineers

• Need for updated casting alloy database • Lean manufacturing using various casting and rapid prototyping tools Molding Seamless Composites for Greater Strength and Reliability Marc Quenneville, Glastech

• Simplistic approach to molding composites • Drilling a hole in the mold to allow the atmosphere to escape and expand the bladder • Plug hole with the viscosity of the resin and rotate mold to help distribute the resin evenly Superfinishing Applications Using CBN Grinding Wheels John Hagan and Philip Varghese, Saint Gobain

Crossroads of Manufacturing Networking Reception WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Intersection (event floor center)

Join exhibitors, speakers, press, colleagues and other attendees for beverages. Meet your next customer, business partner, solutions provider or long-term friend.

• Superfinishing quality requirements • Superfinishing methods • Superfinished surface quality requirements can be achieved using CBN grinding wheels

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Workshops & MicroManufacturing Conference

Pre-Conference Workshops TUESDAY, MAY 6, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM MicroManufacturing Fundamentals Workshop Leader: J. Rhett Mayor, Georgia Institute of Technology This workshop will cover the following topics:

• Introduction to Micro Machining – J. Rhett Mayor – Mechanical Removal and Ablative Removal Processes – Electric discharge and Electrochemical Removal Processes • Introduction to Micro Molding: Current Processes and Techniques – Carol Barry, University of Massachusetts-Lowell • Introduction to Micro Forming: Current Processes and Techniques – Gap-Yong Kim, Iowa State University • Introduction to Fixturing and Workholding – Gloria Wiens, University of Florida • Micro/Meso Metrology: Characterizing Micro/Meso Products – Thomas Kurfess, Georgia Institute of Technology • Current State of Micro/Meso-scale Machining and Machine Tool Systems Research – Kornel Ehmann, Northwestern University

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Metrology: Quality Control for Medical or Micro Components Workshop Leader: Thomas Kurfess, Georgia Institute of Technology How do you know you’re getting the measurements you need? Depending on what you’re measuring and the technology you’re using, you may be getting what you expect or something completely different. With a focus on highly precise small to micro measurements, this workshop will help you use what you have better and to understand if another system might be better for your needs. Topics covered will include:

• Overview of CMM/contact methods • Overview of Optical /non-contact • Design Intent & Validation Process – Parts 1 & 2 • Uncertainty • Workholding, Fixturing and Errors in the Process • Errors/Decision risk Speakers include: • Thomas Kurfess, Georgia Institute of Technology • Andre Claudet, Sandia National Lavoratories • Gloria Wiens, University of Florida Both workshops include coffee, lunch voucher, and free admittance to the Mfg4 exhibits, show floor education and industry keynotes. Workshop attendees will attend the morning and mid-day keynotes as part of the workshop.

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MicroManufacturing Conference

MAY 7-8, 2014

Where Micro Challenges Meet BIG Solutions WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM KEYNOTE: Strategic Manufacturing Leadership Peter Walsh, Vice President, Global Operation, Medtronic

10:00 AM – 10:40 AM Fabrication of Smooth Metallic Microchannels Wayne Hung, Texas A&M University

• Effective micro milling with minimum quantity lubrication and tool coating

• Electrochemical nanopolishing of biocompatible metals • Metrology techniques for microchannel surface measurement 10:40 AM – 11:20 AM Machining at 120,000 Revolutions Per Minute Gerard Vacio, BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling

• Rotating cutting tools to 120,000 rpm requires proper mating of tool to tool holder and tool holder to spindle

• Air turbine spindle speeders can be automatically loaded in the CNC spindle by the tool changer

• Increasing speeds for micro tools can improve tool life and surface finish while reducing cycle time

• Advancement in substrate and coating technologies are increasing the capabilities of micro cutting tools

11:20 AM – 12:00 PM Automation for Precision Laser Micromachining Andy Webb, Optek

• Enabling production scale use of laser micromachining • How automation can work, • How to set it up, what to do when it’s not working • Applications to which it can be applied. 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM KEYNOTE: Medical Device Design and Evolution Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of Research & Technical Innovation, U.S. Endoscopy

1:30 PM – 2:10 PM Micro Machining with High-Precision Machines and Ultra-Fast Lasers Andy Phillips, Microlution

• Ultra-fast laser capabilities for micro-machining • Machine-tool requirements for micro-machining with ultra-fast lasers

• Application space suitable for these new systems • Application examples

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2:10 PM – 2:50 PM

11:20 AM – 12:00 PM

Integrated Quality Control of the Micro-WEDM Process: Using Optical Measurement to Automatically Measure and Correct Small Contours Ken Baeszler, Agie Charmilles

Laser Micro Machining of Polymer-based Life Science Devices Diwakar Ramanathan, Resonetics

• Integrated vision units are entering the realm of Wire EDM • Part scans are compared to specified contour (DXF file) • Contour corrections are proposed automatically at the machine

• Subsequent parts are then consistently manufactured to ultra-precise standards

2:50 PM – 3:30 PM Infrared Touch Probe for Micro Machining Hexagon Metrology

• Self-contained wirelss CNC probe • Enables in-process inspection • Applications in medical, dental, firearms, electronics 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Crossroads of Manufacturing Networking Reception

THURSDAY, MAY 8, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM KEYNOTE: Innovation for Large Scale Increase in Engine Production Rate Lynn Gambill, Chief Engineer of Manufacturing Engineering & Global Services, Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies Corp.

10:00 AM – 10:40 AM Printing Functional Materials Jennifer Lewis & Scott Slimmer, Harvard University and Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

• Next generation of 3D printing integrates form and function • Broadening materials pallete enables functional printing • Electronic, energetic, structural, and biological materials can be printed

• Smaller feature sizes and high-throughput printing

• Removing polymer coating without damage to adjacent materials

• Laser drilling, etching/stripping, cutting • Life science device applications 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM KEYNOTE: New Era in Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Mike Reopel, Principal, Deloitte Consulting

1:30 PM – 2:10 PM Equipment Approach of Challenging Micro Molding Applications with Two-Stage Plunger Injection Molding Kohei Shinohara, Plustech

• High injection velocity vs. injection response • Small dosage control – 2mm injection stoke • Resin density stabilization function by plunger • High cycle application – 0.9 sec dry cycle press • Case studies/application examples 2:10 PM – 2:50 PM Novel Approach in Fabrication of Printed Metal Tooling Carol Barry, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

• Fabrication of steel tooling with microstructured surfaces • Control of microfeature height and width • Tooling unchanged after 5000 injection molding cycles • Potential as microstructured tooling for microfluidic devices 2:50 PM – 3:30 PM Use of Ultrasonics in Micro Injection Molding Enric Sirera, Ultrasion SL

• Liquifies polymer in the mold via ultrasonics • How ultrasonics are used for micro molding • What this technology opens up in terms of OEM product innovation

• How the process of micro molding can be redefined

10:40 AM – 11:20 AM

High-Rate Manufacturing of Polymer Microarray for Intentional Guidance of Stem Cell Development John Rodgers & John Coulter, Lehigh University

• Importance of the response of stem cells to their microenvironment

• Capability of micropolymer processing to address cellular response requirements

• Current understanding of cellular response to micro/ nanofeatured polymer substrates

• Future trends of micromanufacturing for biomedical applications

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Medical Manufacturing Innovations Conference

Medical Manufacturing Innovations Conference MAY 7-8

Crossroads of Manufacturing Networking Reception

THURSDAY, MAY 8, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

KEYNOTE: Strategic Manufacturing Leadership Peter Walsh, Vice President, Global Operation, Medtronic

KEYNOTE: Innovation for Large Scale Increase in Engine Production Rate Lynn Gambill, Chief Engineer of Manufacturing Engineering & Global Services, Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies Corp.

10:00 AM – 3:30 PM

10:00 AM – 3:30 PM

WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

PEEK Terminal Connectors for Implantable Devices • Two terminal connectors (0.1-in by 0.5-in / 2.5 mm by 12.7 mm) • Injection molded of PEEK • Manufacturing process and other applications 3D Printed Electronics and Bionic Organs Yong Lin Kong, Princeton University

• Concept of bionic organs • 3D printing and design • Characterization of the printed organ • Demonstration of the bionic organ VESsel GENeration (VESGEN) Analysis Software • Focused on automated mapping and quantification of micro-vascular remodeling for biomedical applications • Based upon unique vascular physiological insights • For human clinical (and experimental animal) drug and therapeutic development • Maps and quantifies the three types of micro-vascular geometries: branching vascular trees, vascular networks, and tree-network composites

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM KEYNOTE: Medical Device Design and Evolution Christopher J. Kaye, Vice President of Research & Technical Innovation,U.S. Endoscopy Microfluidics in Circulating Tumor Cell-chip • Collaboration between bioengineers, molecular biologists and clinicians • Magnetic labeling of target cells and microfluidic sorting Plasma Technology for Medical Device Surface Treatment • Batch treatment of complex 3-D geometries • Tailoring surface chemistry for life sciences • Transforming commodity plastics into smart materials Hyperelastic Osteogenic Bone Substitute Scaffolds Enabled Through 3D Printing Adam Jakus, Northwestern University

• Mechanical properties with 90wt% brittle ceramic • Bone’s properties enabled by 3D printing • Properties do not exist for same material if processed differently • Highly osteogenic and induces differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells without osteogenic growth medium or additional osteogenic factors

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3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

RF Telemetry for Bio-MEMs Sensors & Actuators • Fast inductive powering and data collection from Bio-MEMS implantable sensors through electromagnetic coupling • Longer unit life, smaller implant, better clarity, greater range, bio-compatible • Excellent reproducibility / production yield, cost-effective Glass Encapsulation of Microelectronics for Implantable Devices Richard Elbert, Valtronic

• Cold-welding glass encapsulation techniques allows smaller implants

• Room-temperature pulsed laser welding process for sealing PGE implants under special environmental conditions

• Reduced risk of damage to circuitry, biocompatibility, hermeticity, and mechanical stability Stretchable Sensor Systems for Wearable Electronics Pinghung (Henry) Wei, MC10

• Can be integrated into three-dimensional applications, moving systems and space-constrained areas

• Micro- and nano-thin structures that can be combined with stretchable fabrics and rubber

• Application examples

Eksoskeletons for Mobility and Performance • Wearable robot technology • Combining battery, computer, gesture recognition, sensor, and material technology Increasing Electrodes in an Implantable Pulse Generator Deringer Ney

• Micro Stamping, forming, molding and assembly techniques • Incorporate a zero insertion force technology • Double the electrode count without increasing the overall part volume Sapphire to Sapphire Welding • Fiber laser unit specially optimized for the welding process • Application to surgical tools, implants, braces as well as endoscopes and laser windows

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM KEYNOTE: New Era in Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Mike Reopel, Principal, Deloitte Consulting

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Additive Manufacturing Certificate Program MAY 5-6 There is a high interest in additive manufacturing technologies. Those who can validate their knowledge in the field will be highly regarded and valued. Earn the certificate to:

• Upgrade your knowledge and stay current with industry standards. • Gain leadership recognition within your company. • Gain a sense of achievement, to become part of an elite group of individuals. • Obtain a portable career credential that you can take with you from job to job. • Validate your experience within the additive manufacturing field. The review course will include instruction on foundational additive manufacturing principles and will be supported by observation of additive manufacturing applications in action. Course attendees will participate in practice exercises that incorporate concepts and applications from the lecture and lab. The Additive Manufacturing Certificate serves as verifiable proof of your foundational knowledge by successfully completing an exam. The exam is built upon the body of knowledge. While the review course is recommended for exam candidates, it is not required to sit the exam. Visit sme.org/rtam-certificate-program for complete Certificate Program information. Please Note: Registration for the Review Course AND Exam closes one week prior to exam date on April 28, 2014. We cannot accept registrations AFTER this date. Attendees must bring their own laptop for the exam. Fee required for review course and exam.

Additive Manufacturing Review Course

MONDAY, MAY 5, 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Additive Manufacturing Certificate Exam

TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM TUESDAY – THURSDAY, MAY 6-8 Increase your understanding of Additive Manufacturing. On display are printed parts from the various additive processes including Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering and Fused Deposition Modeling, along with information detailing how this technology can lower production expenses and speed product development.

Check the event website for complete and updated schedule. 

Todd Grimm, a nationally recognized additive manufacturing speaker, hosts the Knowledge Bar and delivers Tactical and Strategic information. Tactical Information: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Strategic Information: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

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Exhibitors and General information

Where Challenges Meet Solutions (Exhibitors as of March 10, 2014) Visit the Mfg4 event floor to meet with industry-leading exhibitors showcasing the latest technologies and services available to help you drive innovation and meet customer demand. A-D Abrasive Technology ABTech Inc Access Manufacturing Systems Accumold Accurex Measurement Inc ACT Group Advance Welding Aerospace Alloys Inc Aerotech Inc Air Turbine Tools Alliance For American Manufacturing Alpha Imaging Technologies Ambrell Precision Induction Heating Applus RTD Aquajet Cutting Technology Aquas Group Beamer Laser Marking Systems Big Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc Bodycote Thermal Processing Branson Ultrasonics Corp Briney Tooling Systems Brooks Assoc Inc Brown & Sharpe/TESAGROUP Brunk Industries Inc CADD Edge Inc Carbinite Metal Coatings Carlton Industries Corp. Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology LLC Caron Engineering Inc CCAT Cimquest Inc Cinetic Landis Corp- CITCO & Gardner Abrasives Comco Inc Compumachine Inc Connecticut Innovations Continental Diamond Tool Control Laser Corp Cutting Tool Engineering Magazine

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David Packard Company Delcam Delta Sigma Co Deringer-Ney Design 2 Part Magazine Dorsey Metrology International Inc Duggan Associates Dynamic International E-H East Coast Metrology EnergizeCT Epicor Software Corp Epilog Laser Corp Ergotech Inc Exceeda Consulting Inc FARO Technologies Inc Fives DyAG Corp FlackTek Inc Fladder-Hansen & Hundebol Inc Flow International Corp Fowler Precision Instruments General Metal Finishing, a unit of PEP Gesswein Co Harmony Castings LLC Hexagon Metrology Inc High Speed Technologies Hirschmann Engineering USA Inc Hiwin Corp I-L ImageTek Labels Industrial Machine Trader Industrial Machinery Digest Industrial Market Place Innovalia Metrology InterPRO Rapid Technologies IPI Solutions Ltd IQMS Jack Breen Associates LLC JG&A Metrology Center JH Technologies Judge Tool & Gage Kay-Jay Products Inc Keyence Corp Of America

Kubtec Digital X-Ray Lancer Systems Lp LaserStar Technologies Corp LENOX Lion Precision Lista International Corp The LS Starrett Co Lynn Welding M-Q Macdac Engineering Mach 1 Systems Inc Magnet Applications Makino Inc Manufacturers Mart Manufacturing News Marubeni Citizen-Cincom MC Machinery Systems Inc Metals Testing Company Metrigraphics LLC Microlution Inc Micro-tech Optical Inc Micro-Vu Corp Mitee-Bite Products LLC Mitutoyo America Corp Modern Machine Shop Magazine New England Sales Inc Nikon Metrology Inc Northeast CNC NSK America Corp Nufern Olympus NDT OPEN MIND Technologies USA Inc Oriental Motor USA Corp. Pauway Corp Peerless Precision,Inc. Pem Technologies Llc Penn Stainless Products Inc Peterson Steel Corp Photo Etch Technology Photonics Spectra Plainfield Precision Inc Plastic Design International Inc Plastonics Inc Plex Systems Pointe Precision Pratt & Whitney Measurement Systems Inc Precision Assembly Technologies, Inc. Precision Associates/MMI Precision ProfitKey International Inc Quantum Precision Group

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R-T R & D Technologies REM Surface Engineering Renishaw Inc Richards Micro Tool Inc RMI Laser LLC Rollomatic Inc Service Steel Aerospace Corp Servotech Inc Shoptech Software SME Sodick Plustech Inc Solar Atmospheres Solidscape Inc SolidXperts Southwestern Industries Inc SpaceClaim Corp Stanley Engineered Fastening Stanley Vidmar Star CNC Machine Tool Corp Steinbichler Vision Systems Inc Steinmeyer Inc Strite Precision Machining Limited Sunstone Engineering Superior Powder Coating Inc Tapeswitch Corp TDK-Lambda Americas Inc Tech-Etch Inc Technical Manufacturing Corporation Thermo Scientific Portable XRF Analyzers TRUMPF Inc TW Metals Twin City Die Castings Co TYKMA Technologies U-Z Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals Inc US Shop Tools US Tool Group Inc Vermont Photonics Visser Precision Cast VISUAL ERP Software VTI Vacuum Technologies, Inc. W & H Stampings & Fineblanking Walter Surface Technologies Weiler Corp Werth Inc Wrisley Abrasives Zeus Inc Zygo Corp

TECHNOLOGY PAVILIONS HELP YOU FIND SOLUTIONS Nine key technology pavilions on the event floor surround “The Intersection” at the center of the event floor – where daily keynotes and information exchange takes place. You can easily find the equipment and services you need, access educational opportunities, and stay in close proximity to all the exhibitors.

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additive manufacturing & 3D printing

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automation

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contract manufacturing & services

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finishing & coating

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materials

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micromanufacturing

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precision machining & tooling

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quality, measurement & inspection a ligned with software and design

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Visit the Intersection

Located at the center of the event floor, the Intersection is where technology meets industry with complimentary keynotes, educational sessions and networking opportunities. Hear the latest thinking on manufacturing’s hottest topics and technologies in the Information Interchange area, or take a few minutes to discover the benefits of SME membership.

Thank You to the Mfg4 Sponsors. Brown & Sharpe/TESAGROUP

Solidscape, Inc

Vytek Laser Systems

Service Steel Aerospace

Steinbichler Vision Systems

Zeus

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Conference Pricing & Registration

GENERAL ATTENDEE Exhibits Only

Free through May 2, 2014 ($50 thereafter)

Keynotes

Complimentary with Exhibits Only Registration

Information Interchange Sessions

Complimentary with Exhibits Only Registration

Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Resource Center Presentations

Complimentary with Exhibits Only Registration

PAID CONFERENCE AND EDUCATION

Additive Manufacturing Certificate Review Course Additive Manufacturing Certificate Exam Additive Manufacturing Certificate Review Course & Exam Bundle **Full-day Pre-Conference Workshops **MicroManufacturing or MMI Full Conference

Regular Price

SME Member

Academic/Govt/Military

By April 14,2014

By April 14,2014

By April 14,2014

$249

$212

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$323

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$545*

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*REGISTRATION FEES

ON-SITE REGISTRANTS

PROGRAM CHANGES

ACADEMIC/GOVERNMENT PRICING

Your paid registration includes conference materials, lunch vouchers, morning and afternoon refreshments, and full access to the exposition area. Attendance is limited and only preregistered, prepaid registrants will be guaranteed access to the program.

On-site registration is on a space-available basis. Payment is due on-site.

SME has the right to amend this program as necessary. In the event of a cancellation, SME is not responsible for incidental costs incurred by registrants. We recommend purchasing refundable airline tickets.

Please note that this pricing is available to all military and government employees. To qualify for the reduced Military Conference Fee you must submit a letter on appropriate military letterhead signed by your Commanding Officer. Government employees must submit a copy of your government ID credentials. Educators must submit a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming status as a full-time faculty member. To qualify for student rates, the registration form must be submitted with a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming status as a full-time student.

CANCELLATIONS Cancellations will receive a full refund if made on or before April 28, 2014.

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Event Location, Directions and Parking

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The Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut is the ideal location for this crossindustry event since it is convenient to every major metropolitan area throughout the Northeast, by air or rail, and is approximately a three-hour drive from New York City. This state-of-the-art convention center offers all the latest amenities and an adjoined hotel. Visit mfg4event.com for driving directions and parking information.

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Event Housing Visit mfg4event.com Click on the Exposition tab, then the Hotel Accommodations link. You’ll get the best possible rates at three downtown Hartford hotels.

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Hartford Marriott Downtown

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Hilton Hartford

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Hampton Inn Suites Hartford

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The SME Education Foundation If you have questions regarding registration, please call SME Customer Care at: 800.733.4763 or 313.425.3000. Save on your registration by becoming an SME member and enjoying all the benefits SME membership has to offer! For membership details visit sme.org/join.

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