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1 Joint Technology Exchange Group (JTEG) & Cold Spray Repair Greg Kilchenstein Director, Enterprise Maintenance Technology OSD Maintenance Policy & Programs 19 June 2014

2 2  13% of DOD budget is spent on maintenance  Large portion is spent on replacement of damaged parts  Budgets are shrinking in the future  Need fundamental change in the way we do maintenance  Joint Requirements  Seek step improvements in reducing costs Scope of DoD Maintenance DoD spending (Total = $587 billion)

3 3 JTEG Objectives –Sharing of Maintenance Technology Information Create a community-wide consciousness on Maintenance technology –Collaboration within DoD and Industry Work together to develop and transition Maintenance technology –Leverage each others’ capabilities/resources Coalesce around common requirements Distribute the workload

4 4 JTEG Communication Venues –Monthly JTEG Community Focused Technology Forums Creating strategic partnerships –Service programs and newsletters –Maintenance / Logistics Conferences such as the CTMA Partners Meeting & CSAT Meeting –JTEG Website –CTMA Venues – CTMA Connector –JGDM Briefings Submit a Project Idea

5 5 Purpose: To leverage the assembled experience and knowledge to brainstorm ideas and develop working plans to accomplish each workgroup’s objectives. Body of Knowledge: Develop a plan of action and timeline to establish a database where information and data on new and existing cold spray repair technology developments can be organized, posted, and accessed. Process Qualification, Certification, Specifications, and Standards: This group will discuss what currently exists, and what gaps need to be addressed. Cold Spray Equipment: Identify cold spray system performance criteria and the different cold spray systems in use and their respective capabilities. Work Groups

6 Objective: Develop a plan of action and timeline to establish an online database where information and data on new and existing cold spray repair technology developments can be organized, posted, and accessed. Discussion & Formation of future WIPT: 90 minutes Outline key tenets of WIPT charter Outbrief: 15 minutes Body of Knowledge Work Group

7 Discussion Points: Info & Data Types: Info & Data Sources: How Organized? Where Posted? Who should have access? Body of Knowledge Work Group

8 WIPT: Leader(s): Coordinator: SME Members: Tasks and Deliverable(s): Timeline: Body of Knowledge Work Group

9 Objective: This group will discuss what process qualifications, certifications, specifications, and standards currently exists, and what gaps needs to be addressed. Discussion & Formation of future WIPT: 90 minutes Outline key tenets of WIPT charter Outbrief: 15 minutes Process Qualification, Certification, Specifications, & Standards Work Group

10 Cold Spray Equipment Work Group Objective: This group will discuss cold spray system performance criteria and the different cold spray systems in use and their respective capabilities. The group will also identify the information sources available to provide an educational awareness on each of these systems. Discussion & Formation of future WIPT: 90 minutes Outline key tenets of WIPT charter Outbrief: 15 minutes

11 CSAT Work Group Facilitators FacilitatorsBody of Knowledge Process and SpecsCold Spray Repair Equipment IndustryAaron Nardi, UTRCBen Hoiland, Mid America Aviation George Campbell, Valimet Inc. Wally Birtch, Centerline Ltd. AcademiaRyan Mocadlo, WPITim Eden, Penn State ARL Christian Widener, South Dakota School of Mine and Technology GovernmentPaul Huang, ONRDennis Helfritch, Dynamic Science Inc. Phil Leyman, VRC Metal Systems Each Work Group will have virtual capability via Defense Connect Online and audio conference line

12 12 Takeaways  It’s time to take cold spray to the next level!  Mature the conversation – think strategically & act tactically  We can no longer afford to work in a fragmented fashion  We must lead the rapid adoption of this proven capability  Focus on REAPING near term benefits to fuel the expansion – structural / coatings etc. / Near Net Shape Additive Mfg


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