PODCAST: Additive Manufacturing For OEMs and MROs

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This week's MRO Americas conference in Phoenix featured a keynote speech--and much chatter on the sidelines--around additive manufacturing. As colleague John Croft reported from the show, Pratt & Whitney aftermarket President Matthew Bromberg sees a day when all big MRO shops use additive manufacturing--often called 3-D printing--to help feed the spares supply chain.

This week's Check 6 podcast features a talk among a few of us editors about how far away that day might be, and what has to happen to get industry--the OEMs and the aftermarket--from here to there. Executive Editor Jim Asker leads the discussion, while Managing Editor for Technology Graham Warwick--who has cranked out more than a few salient words on the topic already--shares his extensive knowledge of a highly technical area. AWST Editor-in-Chief Joe Anselmo, who blogged about additive manufacturing from Phoenix, shares more of what he heard. With that lineup already in place, I was pretty much just along for the ride....

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