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UT Science Forum -- 3D Printing: The Next Generation of Manufacturing at Thompson-Boling Arena, Private Room C-D

Friday, 11 October, 2013

The UT Science Forum presented by Quest offers a weekly lecture on current science, medical, or technology developments.

Dr. Chad Duty, Group Leader, Deposition Science & Technology Group from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will speak on "3D Printing: The Next Generation of Manufacturing." 

3-D printing is an additive manufacturing technology that builds a three –dimensional object layer by layer. Each layer is a thinly-sliced, horizontal cross –section of the object; each layer stacks up until the desired object is completed, or printed. Additive manufacturing means there is no block to cut or drill down to the desired size; there is no wasted material.

The Science Forum is free and open to the public.

Bring your lunch or purchase it from the Arena.

Venue

Thompson-Boling Arena, Private Room C-D
1600 Phillip Fulmer Way #202
Knoxville, TN 37996

Event Contact

Sandra Allen McLean

Phone: (865) 607-5684
Website: Click to Visit

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