This week isn’t quite as busy as last week in terms of webinars and virtual events, so take a little breather! Dyndrite is hosting a Fireside Chat on Wednesday, October 7th, and GE Additive will be giving a webinar focused on EBM 3D printing the same day. Finally, 3DEO will discuss the economics of metal injection molding versus metal 3D printing on Thursday the 8th.
Dyndrite Fireside Chat: Defining the Future of Additive Manufacturing
On Wednesday, October 7th, at 11 am EDT, the Dyndrite Corporation, a Seattle startup funded by Carl Bass and the Google Gradient, is holding a webinar, or rather, a Fireside Chat, hosted by AM industry veteran Todd Grimm, CEO, T.A. Grimm & Associates, called “Defining the Future of Additive: Why Dyndrite? Why now?“. Dyndrite arrived on the additive scene at AMUG 2019 with its GPU-powered and Python-controlled Accelerated Geometry Engine that’s been engineered for performance, and could even, Dyndrite states, bring about “a revolution in the Digital Manufacturing industry – and by its recent HP announcement it appears the company may be onto something.”
“But what exactly is Dyndrite’s vision? And why are companies such as HP and others so interested in what they’ve got? What does it mean for the future of additive manufacturing and you?
“Join Grimm as he sits down with Dyndrite CEO, Harshil Goel and friends, for an inside look at what Dyndrite is up to, and why the world needs this vision for the future.”
Grimm and Goel will discuss the changes needed in AM, and how we can achieve them, with guests Ryan Palmer, SVP and Global Head of Software and Data, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, at HP, and Ryan Wicker, Professor and Director (W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation), University of Texas at El Paso. You can register for the webinar here.
GE Additive Webinar Wednesdays: Electron Beam Melting
Also on October 7th, the latest live episode of GE Additive‘s ongoing Webinar Wednesday Series will take place at 10 am EDT, titled “Electron Beam Melting: Today’s Impact and Tomorrow’s Potential for Additive Manufacturing.” EBM technology offers excellent material properties and design freedom, and makes it possible to produce parts efficiently thanks to its stacking capabilities. GE Additive’s Vice President of EBM Technology Isak Elfström, Product Manager Anders Ingvarsson, and Product Marketing Manager Klas Rapphed will provide an overview of EBM, and discuss current applications, such as in the aerospace and medical industries, as well as how the technology can make products better and move them along to market faster.
“This webinar will give you an overview of EBM and describe why it is a unique and innovative force in additive manufacturing and a go-to technology in both aerospace and medical industries. Join the presenters as they discuss current applications on the market today and how it is helping to improve products and get them to market faster.
“The session will also look ahead at the research being conducted around EBM and explore what the future holds for this cutting-edge technology.”
The webinar will last about 1 hour and 15 minutes, and you can register for it here.
3DEO on Economics of MIM vs. Metal AM
Finally, on Thursday, October 8th, at 1 pm EDT, 3DEO will be holding a live webinar called “Why I Switched From Metal Injection Molding: The Economics of MIM vs. Metal 3D Printing.” The company’s president Matt Sand, listed as an expert in commercializing additive manufacturing, will describe some of the differences between MIM—successful for 40 years as a top choice for high volume production runs of small and complex parts—and metal 3D printing, which is now competing with MIM in terms of cost and quality. Topics covered in the webinar will include a comparison of the two metal technologies, a discussion of the pros and cons of each, and real-world case studies of 3DEO’s metal AM process winning against MIM.
“3DEO is leading the way in converting customers from MIM to metal 3D printing, and this webinar is meant to showcase real-world case studies of applications that have made the transition. There are unique value propositions of both MIM and metal 3D printing, and this webinar will help participants understand when and why to opt for additive manufacturing.”
You can register for the webinar here.
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