Driving Innovation with 3D Printing | Eaton Corporation
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Learn how additive manufacturing is being employed in industry by way of Eaton, a global leader in power management

Eaton opened its Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE) in Southfield, Michigan. The facility serves as a hub to train its engineers, develop 3D printing techniques, and facilitate the adoption of additive manufacturing throughout the organization.

Learn how additive manufacturing technology will strengthen Eaton’s competitive advantage to deliver cost, performance, and lead time benefits to our customers.


Cameron Peahl, Eaton AM CoE

Meet the Presenter

Cameron Peahl has an extensive career in aerospace manufacturing at Eaton and now leads the Eaton Research Labs – AM Center of Excellence. Cameron started his career in conventional aerospace manufacturing in various roles across in manufacturing and quality functions working with multiple processes such as milling, turning, grinding, EDM, and Welding. Cameron joined the ERL in 2018 to lead the AMCoE in obtaining their AS9100 certification and becoming Eaton’s first aerospace AM production site. He and the ERL team, with support from Eaton Aerospace’s AM Team, have successfully developed L-PBF aluminum parameters, developed Qualified Metallurgical Processes, and obtained aerospace customer manufacturing approval. Cameron holds a bachelors of science in Mechanical Engineering from Roger Williams University and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth.

Date & Time
Wednesday May 31st, 2023 6:00pm EDT
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Wednesday May 31st, 2023 7:00pm EDT
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Date & Time: 05/31/2023 06:00:00 PM EDT

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