Michael spent the first 15 years of his career in the aerospace industry with experience from hardware design to engine assembly to additive manufacturing. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, is married with 2 children and loves the outdoors. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, cycling, hiking, cooking, construction, and woodworking.
Michael, tell us about your career experience in Aerospace
You’re highly experienced in metal AM. What are you most impressed with when it comes to the technology?
Heat exchanger weight and pressure-drop characteristics have a significant impact on performance; metal AM enables lightweight structures and thin-walled geometry. Credit: VELO3D
What do you find most exciting about metal AM?
What needs to happen for more manufacturers to consider metal AM for quality-assured production?
Parts entering a vacuum furnace. Credit: Industrial Heating