Success in Additive Manufacturing -  On Demand Webinar 


Watch the Webinar: Success in Additive Manufacturing and hear how Humanetics, the global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of test crash dummies, has adopted additive manufacturing in their operations.

Humanetics adopted 3D printing in the early additive manufacturing days when they were looking for alternatives to cost effectively replace the ribs in crash test dummies using 3D printing technology that could match the strength and durability needed for their test conditions. They discovered new cost savings and production speed using Markforged 3D Industrial Composite printers.  Join us and hear Kris Sullenberger, Sr. Design Engineer, share how the company continues to evolve their additive manufacturing capabilities and applications at their Huron facility.

About Kris Sullenberger

Kris has been a Design Engineer with Humanetics for almost 15 years working on various military projects including the FOCUS head form and the MIL-LX lower leg. He has been involved with new ATD design as well as the design of upgrade kits to meet current regulations. Several of his ideas and designs have been granted a patent. He also participates in new material research and assists in the design of numerous urethane, vinyl and rubber molds for both new and existing manufactured parts. He is the 3D printing manager at the Huron office.



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