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Dr. Darrell R. Wallace

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Associate Professor , Mechanical ...

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Mailing Address Youngstown State University One University Plaza
Youngstown , Ohio 44555
United States

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  • Ph.D.
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In addition, earlier this month, ..., 5 Feb 2014 [cached]
In addition, earlier this month, Darrell Wallace, formerly a member of YSU's engineering faculty, was named America Makes' new deputy director of Advanced Manufacturing Enterprise.
Darrell Wallace, ..., 4 June 2013 [cached]
Darrell Wallace, Ph.D. Deputy Director,
In Youngstown, Ohio, Darrell ..., 9 Dec 2013 [cached]
In Youngstown, Ohio, Darrell Wallace is vice president of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. The not-for-profit institute is coordinating research into the use of 3D printer technology that would transform 3D designs into finished products. The process would further speed replacement of traditional assembly lines. Page 6 of 7 - The president has proposed a network of 15 such research institutes nationwide to move technical innovations from the lab to commercial production and create more jobs. Wallace said long-term economic recovery requires a new workplace model. The old concept of the workplace as a fixed location with fixed production processes can be replaced, with the right technology, by more fluid processes and decentralized production, even mobile production. Products designed in Ohio can come off the line as finished goods in Illinois. Wallace said the fastest job growth based on new technology likely would be at small- and medium-sized suppliers to major manufacturers. No smokestacks or sprawling production facilities required. "It might be some guy named Bob with three printers in his garage," Wallace said.
Presenter: Darrell Wallace, ..., 27 Nov 2013 [cached]
Presenter: Darrell Wallace, Ph.D., NCDMM & America Makes Deputy Director of Workforce and Educational Outreach
Darrell Wallace, director of ..., 27 Aug 2012 [cached]
Darrell Wallace, director of Additive Manufacturing and Workforce Initiatives, will be the main investigator for the project. Wallace is also a YSU assistant professor of mechanical and industrial engineering.
Wallace explained that additive manufacturing involves specific technologies emerging with rapid prototyping and mainstream production volume. It is often used in aerospace, defense and biomedical industries.
"It's about transitioning technologies into mainstream commercialized applications," Wallace said. "Additive manufacturing starts with a pile of material, typically melted, and is built up into other shapes. It's about putting the material they need where they need it."
Wallace said this method is cost effective to make parts at very low volumes, leaving little to no material waste.
He said the job opportunities focus on education training and workforce development outreach. On a wide spectrum ranging from undergraduate studies, K-12 studies, graduate research, and higher-level research and development employees.
"We'll be training companies and positions from floor level operators to the product designer," Wallace said. "The defining factor isn't where in the food chain you are."
Wallace said the minimum amount of education required for a job created by NAMII would be an advanced certification.
NAMII will serve as a pilot institute for the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation. Wallace and other advocates have high hopes NAMII will be modeled after in the future.
Officials project 7,200 regional jobs created in the upcoming year, but the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining estimates that next year, not much more than 20 jobs would be created as a result of NAMII.
But Abraham and Wallace said they believe NAMII will contribute to boosts in revenue and university prestige.
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