July 30: NASCAR-derived hybrid additive-subtractive manufacturing strategies

July 30: NASCAR-derived hybrid additive-subtractive manufacturing strategies

Driver Brad Keselowski's hybrid machine shop uses advanced manufacturing technologies to develop parts-making processes. Innovations manger Scott Volk will discuss strategies for adopting technologies in this free webinar.


When NASCAR star Brad Keselowski is not driving 200mph around a track, inches from his competitors, he spends his time thinking about the future of manufacturing. Two years ago, he launched Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing (KAM), a machine shop to produce parts for aerospace, defense, motorsports, or any other industry looking for intricate, rugged components. 

KAM specializes in hybrid manufacturing, using metal 3D printers, advanced machining centers, and state-of-the-art inspection equipment to quickly produce complex parts with extreme tolerances. 

On July 30th, Scott Volk, a longtime additive manufacturing pioneer and head of innovation and strategy at KAM will discuss how a shop can develop and prove out processes instead of focusing on individual parts. In this free webinar, Volk will show how to move additive technologies from prototyping and experimentation to profitable production. He'll discuss how to get started with advanced technology, designing for additive, process development, and how to use metal 3D printing in series production.​

Click here to register for the free webinar taking place from noon to 1 p.m. (EDT) on July 30.