About the Webinar
ASTM International and ISO have been working on developing additive manufacturing standards to drive industrialization of AM. More than 40 standards have been published and 70 more standards are currently under development. This webinar will provide an overview about the status of ISO/ASTM International additive manufacturing standards and how these standards can be used effectively to produce AM parts for industrial applications.
After completing this webinar, the attendees will have developed an understanding of:
- Status of AM standards development by ASTM International and ISO
- Using Standards to create work instructions
- How standards can reinforce the quality management system
- How you can get involved in the standards development activity
Who Should Attend
Manufacturing Engineers, Research Engineers, AM Process Engineers, AM Managers
Shane Collins is a senior associate consultant for Wohlers Associates, powered by ASTM International. In this role, Shane is responsible in leading best-in-class advisory services for the additive manufacturing and advanced manufacturing industries. The services include, but are not limited to, custom training, standards education, support of certification needs, and beyond. He is a 20-year veteran of the additive manufacturing industry holding various positions in product management, business development and operations for both 3D printing machine manufacturers and tier 1 part suppliers in both polymers and metals. In previous roles Shane’s teams produce production quality level aerospace parts for many of the Primes and while working at CalRAM was instrumental in their Nadcap accreditation for laser and electron beam powder bed fusion operations. He’s led many metal powder bed fusion standards and holds the position of Chair of the ASTM F42.07 on additive manufacturing Applications and was formerly for 10 years, Chair of F42.05 on Materials and Process. Shane was presented the ASTM Robert F. Painter Memorial Award in 2017, the ASTM Award of Merit in 2018 and has the honorary title of Fellow, the highest ASTM recognition. He is co-author on publications in the powder bed fusion of 17-4 stainless steel, nickel alloy 625 and nickel alloy 718. Shane graduated from Purdue University in 1980 with a BS in Management. Prior to joining ASTM, Shane was the V.P. of Additive Industries of North America, Inc and the General Manager of the Process and Application Development Center in Camarillo, CA.