Additive Manufacturing, or 3D printing, is quickly becoming a staple component of advanced manufacturing capability across the aerospace, space and defense industrial base. By 2028, it is set to be valued at over $13 Billion in the USA alone. With this in mind, the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement (IDGA) is holding our second annual Additive Manufacturing for U.S. Aerospace, Defense and Space Summit on June 13-14 in Orlando, Florida.
This senior and expert-led Summit will highlight the ongoing efforts to empower knowledge sharing and collaboration with those across the US military, government agencies such as NASA, prime contractors and leading space companies, tier 1 and tier 2 manufacturers, AM industry vendors and cybersecurity professionals. Ultimately, we will help build and clarify effective roadmaps for incorporating additive manufacturing and 3D printing processes into the supply chain, and to explore challenges and best practices for integration, certification and standardization.