Joe helps engineered product companies drive Business Value for their customers and for their operations via a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) approach to the strategic sourcing of engineered Products, Systems, Services, Project Management and Materials.   In the Additive Manufacturing,  or 3D Printing space, there is a defined market need for this skill set,  as the recent SAE Survey of Additive Mfg. experts reveals:

As one of the first Account Execs to sell a Production level DLP 3D Printer for 3D printing production, using a TCO approach,  Joe has been there,  and knows the way…. enclosed below are examples of TCO Case studies in the Additive Manufacturing space that have been published at conferences and that Joe has completed with the TCO Toolkit.

3D Printing is a disruptive technology…Do you have an Additive Manufacturing Strategy?  What is the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of going to 3D Printing for Production?  Your competitors have game plan one,  should you?  There are 7 Value Drivers for 3D printing:  Which one will help you drive to the lowest TCO?

Joe learned the fundamentals of 3D Printing at GE, earned his SME Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals Certification, and for the past 5 years has led major  3D Printing project implementations  to spec for 3D printer fleets ranging in size from 4 to over 60 machines, and commercial execution encompassing  $4M to $20M in value.  Now this skill set, and supporting tools such as the TCO Toolkit, is available to all.  Check out our Services page to see available 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing available services:

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