Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, acts as a catalyst, propelling the shift towards efficiency in electric vehicles (EVs), autonomous systems, and beyond. AM offers significant advances across EV production, enhancing vehicle systems like connectors and routing components, optimizing thermal management, and employing custom jigs and fixtures. This 60-minute Webinar will delve into the world of AM and its transformative impact on electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and the next generation of mobility as well as explore how AM can supercharge component and system development, verification, and manufacturing processes.
- Insights Into Transformation: Uncover how AM is transforming mobility.
- Spotlight on Key Applications: Learn about real-world applications where AM shines.
- Challenge Your Assumptions: Acquire insights into the technological advancements of additive manufacturing across printer hardware, software, and material capabilities.
- Expert Perspective: Gain insights from an industry expert who calls both additive manufacturing and vehicle development his home.
An audience Q&A session will follow the technical presentation.
Jaime Garcia, Additive Solutions Manager, Automotive and Commercial Transportation, 3D Systems
Throughout his career, Jaime Garcia has worked in a truly global capacity with roles stationed in his native Mexico, Turkey, China, and the United States. Before joining 3D Systems as the Additive Solutions Manager for Automotive and Commercial Transportation, Jaime spent 16 years at GE Transportation, a Wabtec Company, in roles including Global Engine Engineering Reliability Manager, PLM Implementation Leader, and Corporate AM Adoption Leader, and prior to that, he spent 17 years with Deere & Company. Jamie holds six patents, with five others pending on locomotive component designs, including three related to solutions using AM. He has published two technical ASME papers related to lube oil-consumption testing on diesel engines and cylinder surface coatings to reduce piston ring friction. Jaime holds a master’s degree in mechanical design and bachelors’ degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering from the Universidad Autonóma de Nuevo León.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group