3D Printing in Metal Workshop: Take a Peek at Our Speaker Lineup

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What’s stopping you from pursuing your 3D printing in metal endeavors? Learn the 3D printing in metal process from start to finish in our new online course, an overview of additive manufacturing in metals. The workshop, which runs for 3 weeks, features 6 industry experts who will deliver incisive, insightful keynote sessions on key details, tips, and insider tricks for 3D printing in metal.

From left to right: Tim Ruffner of Desktop Metal; Arif Sirinterlikc, PH.D., CMfgE of Robert Morris University; and Dr. Gary Halada of Stony Brook University

Here’s a look at a few of the speakers:

  • Session 1 | Introduction to Metal Additive Manufacturing. In this keynote session, Tim Ruffner, Commercial Sales Channel Manager Mid-West Region of Desktop Metal will show you how it is easier than ever to produce metal parts and pieces. He will go over an overview of the 3D printing in metal process from design to execution, and will explain the benefits, uses, and diverse applications of 3D printing in metal.

  • Session 2 |Metal Additive Manufacturing for Industry and Art. If you think Metal AM is only relevant in an industrial context – think again. In this insightful session with Dr. Arif Sirinterlikci, you’ll learn about numerous applications of 3D printing in metal, both industrial and non-industrial. Dr. Sirinterlikci will discuss his work with GE additive manufacturing, his work replicating historical artifacts and using RTV molding, as well as his experiences conducting industrial and artist workshops with beginners in the field, and more.

  • Session 3 |Design Considerations for Metal Additive Manufacturing. In this session, Dr. Gary Halada, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering at Stony Brook University will show you how to design a prototype or part for printing in metal. He’ll cover specifications including maximum overhang length, maximum angle for no supports, maximum and minimum tolerances, and more.

This only covers half of our exciting and inspiring speaker lineup. Additionally, our live speaker sessions accompany project-based learning and facilitated discussions in our online classroom that will deliver a comprehensive online education experience like no other. At the end of the course, you will be ready to pursue your 3D printing in metal projects and goals.

Registration is open, and just $179. Group discounts are available – save 20% on three or more registrations.

Sign up for: 3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals

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