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February 18, 2021 Virtual Technical Program – Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing

February 18, 2021 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

February 2021 Program – STLE Philadelphia Virtual Technical Program – Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing


Starting with networking in breakout rooms from 12:30 – 1:00 PM

Program starts at 1:00 PM


Featuring:              1:00pm Announcements – Neil Canter, Program Chair STLE Philadelphia Section

1:15pm – Trevor Verdonik; Graduate Student, Lehigh University;  The influence of interface characteristics and microstructure on stability and wear performance of H13 hot forging tool repair using additive manufacturing techniques: a study in progress.”

2:05pm – Yoliem S. Miranda Alarcón; Graduate Student, Rutgers University; “Development of Antibiotic-Conjugated Gelatin Type-A for Applications in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.”

Meghan Kupratis; Graduate Student, University of Delaware; “Articular Cartilage Geometry and Material Properties Predict Functional Tribomechanics Across Species.”

2:45pm – Dr. Virginia Osterman; Chief Chemist and Tim Steber; Regional Sales Manager and, Solar Atmospheres; “Fundamentals of Vacuum Heat Treating Related to Additive Manufacturing.”


Location:                Virtual Meeting using “Zoom”.


Information:          A link to the virtual meeting will be provided to all attendees at the time of registration. Once attendees click on the virtual meeting link, they will be randomly placed in a breakout room for networking prior to the start of the program. The breakout sessions will start up at 12:30 PM EST. There will be 5 minute breaks between presentations.


Registration:         ☐Lecture only: Fee will be $ 15.  We request contributions

                                be made to the STLE Philadelphia Section Student Scholarship Fund.

Register at https://buytickets.at/philadelphiastle/479705 (credit card only)



Future Meetings:    Virtual meetings are planned for March – April 2021.

Commercial Forum programs are planned for March and April. Details to follow.