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Objectify and 3DPrint.com Partner to Launch Advanced Additive Manufacturing Webinar Series

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Under the Objectify AddMics (derived: Additive Academics) initiative—from India’s largest additive manufacturing bureau—Objectify Technologies joins hand with one of the most followed 3D printing media houses in the world, 3DPrint.com, to launch a series of webinars to increase the outreach of additive manufacturing technologies. The series will start July 16th and will feature a large number of industry leaders from around the world along with Objectify experts.

The webinar series aims to boost the adoption of the technology, inform buyers about the new technical advancements & selection of various processes, chart out various applications of AM, discuss pre- and post-processes, materials, and other topics.

Ankit Sahu, Founder and Director of Objectify Technologies.

“After successfully organizing three series of webinars, we got inquiries from various Indian and overseas companies to conduct training sessions for their engineers. We conversed with many experts and crafted session topics and kept it open for all to reach out to a wider audience. With this series, we aim to address some of the challenges that exist in the industry and inform engineers that 3D printing technology is ready to play a big role in mainstream production in the coming days,” says Ankit Sahu, Founder & Director, Objectify Technologies.

Topics for the webinar include:

  1. How to Be an Informed AM Buyer
  2. Pre- & Post-AM: Enabling design, quality and traceability
  3. AM Materials: characterization, development and testing
  4. Aerospace, Space and Defence Applications of AM

The target audience for these webinars are projects managers, design professionals, technical heads, plant managers, and 3D printing hobbyists, among others.

“3DPrint.com has been the voice of the global 3D printing industry and has played a huge role in spreading awareness about the technology. We are proud to partner with 3DPrint.com and I thank them for joining hands with us in this initiative. I am confident that, together, we will be able to update the industry with the latest technological advancements,” concludes Ankit.

 

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