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Manufacturing Movement: 3D printing & dynamic modeling

Science Pub RVA

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

Manufacturing Movement:  3D printing & dynamic modeling

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Science Pub RVA is an independent citizen endeavor. In its second season, Science Pub RVA will offer the public 11 science cafe events from September 2013 through June 2014. Your gift will be used to cover the costs of these free, public events as well as meet the organization's foundational expenses. Thank you for your support! Please know that Science Pub is not a 501(c)3 entity. Thus, your contribution to the endeavor is not tax-deductible.

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Absorb something in a casual atmosphere where no background in science is expected.    

Manufacturing Movement
3-d printing and dynamic modeling at NASA Langley Aeornautical Research Center 



In order to ensure safety, aerospace engineers must meet many complex requirements for even simple parts.  Detailed understandings of the properties of material and production processes are required for every component. This has driven NASA and the aerospace industry to be early explorers of alternative fabrication technologies and then ultimately early adopters of 3-d printing (aka 'additive manufacturing') in testing aircraft and spacecraft design.  Now, 3-d printing is a key part of the aerospace industry.

In everyday language, come here about what's involved in "making stuff" from a hands-on technician at NASA Langley Research Center. 

5:30 pm   Mingle, eat, drink    
6:30 pm   Program Starts     

Free parking is available across the street in the Lowes parking lot


Chris Savage 


Chris Savage is a Mechanical Engineering Technician in the Advanced Fabrication Processes Section of the Engineering Directorate of NASA Langley Research Center. He works closely with engineers and researchers in the aerospace industry to create accurate and affordable models that are used for testing as well as replacement parts. Savage has also machined various metal parts for many NASA projects; including several that flew such as PA-1, Ares-1X, and STORRM.  Lately he's been specializing in additive manufacturing (aka 3-d printing for industry). 




Science Pub RVA events are free and open to the public.  
they aren't exactly free to bring into being.
A $5 donation is suggested.  
However, everyone is truly welcome.
Please do not let money be a barrier to your participation!







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The Camel
1621 West Broad
Richmond, VA 23220

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

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Science Pub RVA

Science Pub RVA connects curious citizens and creative scientists over a sip of some sort at informal gatherings in non-academic settings. No background in science is needed.  A smidge of curiosity is all it takes to enjoy a fun and engaging time.  Pub is in our name, but sipping a glass of water at these events is completely copacetic. 




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