Steve Murray has a mathematics degreen from Indiana University and is a Journeyman pattern, mold and model maker. Demonstrating how castings are made with the Foundry-In-A-Box at many events, Steve trains and mentors the foundry community about additive manufacturing throughout North America.
He has been using 3D printing since 1997 in the support of the foundry industry and in patternshops. Steve has been a presenter at the 2013 thru 2017 RAPID conferences and has been a presenter, casting track leader and moderator for the AMUG (Additive Manufacturing Users Group) from 2013 thru 2017. In 2017, Steve received the AMUG DINO award for being a distinguished and innovative operator.
Hoosier Pattern purchased the first ExOne S-Max in North America and is the only shop to have two S-Max 3-D sand printing machines. Hoosier Pattern is a full-service pattern shop that can offer subtractive (traditional) and additive manufacturing technologies to its foundry clients. The company supports its foundry clientele with any style of foundry tooling and 3D print requirements for any of their foundry processes.