We're entering a new era of opportunity in the rocket propulsion industry. Never before have engineers had this much freedom in design, flexibility in manufacturing, and reduction in lead time moving from concept to functional parts. These competitive advantages are enabling organizations, from large OEMs to start-ups, to send rockets to space that were once considered impossible. But how are they doing it?
How do you find the time for a lengthy iterative design process of something new? Can you afford the rigorous design and qualification testing needed? Even if your unique part makes it past the testing, do you have the supply chain in place to manufacture it? When it comes to innovative designs, engineers using traditional manufacturing methods face powerful barriers just like these. The good news is that pioneers in rocket propulsion are paving new paths, leaving behind roadmaps to success that you can apply at your own organizations.
Join this EOS North America webinar as we discuss what has traditionally held progress in rocket design back, how the additive manufacturing (AM) industry is challenging these road blocks, and what you can do to become an innovator and industry leader in rocket propulsion.
- Learn how to unleash your greatest designs for rocket propulsion with AM
- See how trailblazers in rocket propulsion are achieving success with AM
- Review common AM barriers and how industry leaders are responding
- Discover how a custom approach can help you overcome your biggest barriers
Scott Killian, Business Development Manager for Aerospace at EOS North America, directs business development and strategy, supporting more than 30 aerospace original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in North America. Scott joined EOS in 2011 to support the company's aerospace clients. Having seen over 40 aerospace manufacturing facilities around the globe, Scott has a keen understanding of how additive manufacturing integrates into the aerospace environment.