March 5th, 2019
Solid State (Ultrasonic) Additive Manufacturing
Ultrasonic additive manufacturing is a solid-state additive process for fabrication of fully-dense metal structures from foil stock. When combined with subtractive processes, it can be used to fabricate 3D structures that incorporate dissimilar metals (e.g., aluminum, copper, and titanium), internal conformal channels for cooling and other transport purposes, and temperature-sensitive components such as sensors, reinforcement fibers, electronic circuits, fiber optics, and smart materials. This presentation will provide an overview of the technology and specific use cases in thermal management for satellites, embedded sensing for pipelines, and 3D printing metal matrix composites for aerospace.
Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
Topic: Solid State (Ultrasonic) Additive Manufacturing
Speaker: Mark Norfolk, PE, PMP – President & CEO, Fabrisonic LLC
5:30 – 6:30 pm Social Hour (cash bar)
6:30 pm Dinner served
7:30 pm Technical Presentation
Mark Norfolk, PE, PMP – President & CEO, Fabrisonic LLC
With over two decades of experience in manufacturing, R&D, and shop floor management, Mr. Norfolk leads Fabrisonic in the commercialization of Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) Technology. Mr. Norfolk led EWI’s development and research into UAM for four years leading up to the inception of Fabrisonic and has been with the company ever since. Prior to joining EWI, Mr. Norfolk held numerous manufacturing and management positions at Deere & Company in Moline, Il. Mr. Norfolk holds an MBA from The University of Iowa and a Bachelor’s of Science in Welding Engineering from The Ohio State University.