Hosted by NIST-MEP, America Makes, and 3Diligent
Please join us for our upcoming webinar series! Facilitated by Catalyst Connection’s Connie Palucka and led by 3Diligent’s Cullen Hilkene and MAGNET’s Dave Pierson, this 3-part webinar series will educate you as to what additive manufacturing (AM) is, how manufacturers large and small are using it today to advance their operations, and what next steps you can take to begin your own company’s journey toward AM adoption. Join us for any or all of the upcoming sessions. Each webinar session runs 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (ET)
March 20 & April 17, 2018 - Introduction to Additive Manufacturing. In this session, we will introduce various concepts related to 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing. In it, we will walk through the AM process from design to finished part, discuss AM industry trends and its relative place in the manufacturing ecosystem, and end with a few general use case applications.
March 27 & May 1, 2018 - Additive Manufacturing Processes and Applications. In this session, we will dive more deeply into the seven primary AM process families: Vat Photopolymerization, Binder Jetting, Material Jetting, Material Extrusion, Sheet Lamination, Powder Bed Fusion, Directed Energy Deposition. We will highlight some of the tradeoffs of the processes and offer specific use cases for each.
April 3 & May 8, 2018 - Interested in Additive Manufacturing? Appropriate Next Steps. In this session, we will dig into practical next steps if you would like to pursue additive manufacturing within your organization. We will present key considerations in identifying parts that are the best candidates for AM, provide tips on how to design for additive manufacturing, and lastly, offer guidance on the information you’ll need to get parts quoted and fabricated.
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