RadTech 2022 Heads Into Closing Day


There will be eight concurrent sessions, including two sessions on Additive Manufacturing.

The RadTech 2022 conference concludes at the Hyatt Regency Orlando today, with eight concurrent sessions.

The early morning sessions begin at 8 a.m., starting with two concurrent sessions: Additive Manufacturing I and Building Materials.

Track 7A features Additive Manufacturing I, with talks by Neil Cramer, Sartomer; Jennifer McClung, allnex USA; Paul Snowwhite, 7D Innovators; and Whytneigh Duffie, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. Building Materials, Track 7B, will offer talks by Hossein Riazi, Evonik Corporation; Elaine Ruiz, Sartomer; and Marcus Hutchins, allnex.

Track 8A, Additive Manufacturing II follows, with speakers Vince Anewenter, Milwaukee School of Engineering; Jason Killgore, NIST; and Paul Snowwhite, 7D Innovators. Scratch Resistance/Protective Coatings, Track 8B, will feature talks by Marcus Hutchins, allnex; Chris Baumgart, Red Spot Paint and Varnish; and Tatyana Tarasevich, SFluor Inc.

The last two sessions will cover Global Market Overview and Composites. Track 9A, Global Market Overview, will feature David Engberg, Perstorp AB, who will discuss Europe; Susan Bailey. Michelman, who will cover North America; George Fuchs, NAPIM, who will offer his insights into Reliable Market Data Resources – Development, Usage and Limitations; and Stephanie Benight, Tactile Material Solutions, who will discuss The Tactile Report Overview: Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Market Trends and Companies to Watch. Composites, Track 9B, will be discussed by Tong Wang of allnex.