Learn 3D Printing in Aerospace, Construction, Consumer Goods, and Other Industries: Sneak Peek of Our Speaker Lineup
Learn the latest innovations in additive manufacturing in various industries in our online conference 3D Printing in Aerospace, Construction, Consumer Goods, and Other Industries, June 5-7. With industry experts and like-minded peers, get a look at generative design and metal manufacturing in this showcase of the most important trends in 3D printing.
Join 7 expert guest speaker sessions, presented live via webcast, with insights into a rapidly growing industries forever changed by innovations in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. All sessions are recorded for on-demand access later on. If you sign up by May 18, you pay only $139 (22% off the regular price of $179).
Here’s a look at a few of the speakers:
- Day 1, Session 1 | Software Innovations to Increase Productivity in Metal AM. In this keynote session, Manual Michiels, innovation business developer from Materialise, will address one of the main challenges to raise productivity in Metal AM: support structures generation and removal. According to the last Wohlers report from 2018, companies in Germany estimate that 70% of the cost of a metal AM part comes from pre and-post processing, and a large part of the post-processing can be in the removal of support material. Michiels will present e-Stage for Metal, an innovative software that increases cost-efficiencies up to 90% in the metal production workflow. He will additionally discuss how the industry is evolving to increase the accuracy, traceability, and repeatability necessary to enter mass manufacturing environments and will look at some big-picture analysis to show the possibilities of new 3D print technologies.
- Day 1, Session 2 |The Democratization of 3D Printing Technology. In this session, Salvador Richter, an expert in coding in OpenSCAD (software for creating solid 3D CAD objects), will examine the lessons learned from the way technology has evolved in the past two decades and how he believes 3D printing is likely to follow a parallel path. A key factor he’ll explore: The widespread availability of 3D printing technology and the pricing developments of printers and materials that are driving disruptive change.
- Day 3, Session 2 |Generative Design: The Live Parts that ‘Grow’ Parts. In this session, Rob Cohee, Senior Manager of the manufacturing technical marketing & adoption division at Autodesk, will explore a major trend in design for additive manufacture (DfAM): generative design, a new manufacturing paradigm that starts with 3D printing and results in variations. Autodesk, which is a leader in generative design, explains, ‘Generative design technology takes goals set by a designer or engineer, e.g. size, weight, strength, style, materials, cost, and any number of other criteria, and then uses cloud computing to create a massive number of design solutions.’ The designer can then adapt the design in various scenarios.
This only covers less than half of our exciting and inspiring speaker lineup. Additionally, our live speaker sessions accompany facilitated discussions and optional breakout groups in our online classroom that will deliver a comprehensive online education experience like no other. At the end of the conference, you will be ready to pursue your 3D printing projects and goals.
Sign up before May 18 to register at our discounted rate of $139 – a steep discount off of our regular rate of $179.
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