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SME: Call for papers

AeroDef Manufacturing Conference, scheduled for April, is looking for speakers.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 01, 2010

AeroDef Manufacturing, scheduled for Apr. 5-7, 2011, is an exhibition and conference dedicated to the manufacturing needs of aerospace and defense manufacturers. Held at the Anaheim Convention Center, it will incorporate the technologies that allow these manufacturers to meet their advanced requirements of speed to market, quality and affordability.  It will present technologies such as automation, additive manufacturing, digital manufacturing, finishing & coatings, electronics manufacturing, design, simulation, quality, inspection, 3D measurement & reverse engineering, fabrication, and manufacturing intelligence together in one forum with an aerospace focus.  The latest technologies and processes from leading aerospace manufacturers will be on display.

The AeroDef technical conference will place a heavy emphasis on what the industry needs to know to move forward. If you have expertise that can help aerospace customers reduce costs and shorten order and delivery cycles, use AeroDef as your lectern.

For more information visit: http://www.aerodefevent.com/call-for-speakers/.

Here are details about the event:

AeroDef Manufacturing 2011
04/05/11-04/07/11
Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, CA
http://aerodef.sme.org

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