IMTS+ delivered original programming all summer and had a whole lot of fun in the process. Here are some highlights from our summer shows. Visit IMTS.com anytime to view original content on demand and to find new shows to binge!
Road Trippin’ with Steve
Climb in our shiny new bus (van) and head back to school with techie Stephen LaMarca and his team for Season Two of “Road Trippin’ with Steve,” brought to you by EOS. This season, “Road Trippin’” explores all things bigger, better, and … beefier in Texas! From the birthplace of additive manufacturing at the University of Texas to a peek at the future of additive metal printing and mass production at EOS, Steve samples some Texas-sized innovation at every stop. Hit the road now. IMTS.com/RoadTrippin
“FutureView,” brought to you by ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions, focuses on the Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The laboratory leverages collaboration to help the manufacturing industry adopt new processes, lower production costs, and create new products. Follow them as they use additive manufacturing to improve solar turbine blades, measure parts down to the nanometer scale, and create innovative machine tool bases using Big Area Additive Manufacturing. Check out the future. IMTS.com/FutureView
Profiles in Manufacturing
“Profiles in Manufacturing” is a documentary-style program that tells the stories of the leaders, luminaries, and legends who have helped to shape and enhance the manufacturing industry. This season, we invite you to sit down with Al Moore awardees Brian J. Papke and Lee B. Morris and manufacturing advocate, speaker, and leader Aneesa Muthana to hear their fascinating stories. Get inspired. IMTS.com/Profiles
Father-son duo Travis and Max Egan visit some key sites to the future of renewable energy in Season Two of “Manufacturing Explorers,” brought to you by Mazak. College student Max is in charge this time, and it’s all about sustainability and his internship with Burns & McDonnell! Join the Egans as they travel from a community solar array on a former superfund site to the world’s biggest battery storage facility – located in a converted power plant. Tune in and power up! IMTS.com/ManufacturingExplorers
Work smarter, not harder! AMT’s Ryan Kelly joins Adam Allard and the rest of the Autodesk Research team at the Autodesk Technology Center in Boston to find affordable digital solutions to chronic analog shop floor problems – in 10 minutes or less. Whether it’s harnessing air or taming liquids, each episode of Smart(er) Shop, brought to you by Autodesk, delivers solutions that make shops smarter. Watch digital solutions come to life. IMTS.com/SmarterShop
For questions about IMTS+, contact Michelle Edmonson at medmonson@AMTonline.org.