3D Printing Webinar and Virtual Event Roundup, November 1, 2020

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We’ve got another busy week full of virtual events to share with you! The first two webinars are focused on 3DEXPERIENCE and SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks, and then we move on to several GE Additive webinars. ExOne will discuss 3D printing with its NanoFuse particulate inks, and GoProto will focus on plastics 3D printing. Finally, EOS and Nanofabrica continue to publish on-demand webinars that can be viewed at any time.

Startup Using 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS to Increase Productivity 

A startup named Square Robot used the cloud-based data management and collaboration tools provided in the 3DEXPERIENCE WORKS portfolio to increase productivity, and is holding a webinar this Tuesday, November 3rd, at 11 am ET, “Overcome Collaboration Challenges with Cloud-based Solutions.” Attendees will learn how to streamline real-time collaboration, use secure cloud-based management, without extra IT overhead, to become more productive, and give stakeholders the ability to offer feedback early, and throughout the entire product development process, to enable faster innovation.

“Storing, managing, and collaborating on product design data is a challenge that every product development company faces. With many more teams working remotely, the question becomes, “How can we securely centralize our data, improve collaboration, and design concurrently while maintaining our design tool of choice?'”

You can register for the webinar here.

SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks Webinars

This week, SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks, an HCL Technologies product, are hosting a webinar series together, with two on Tuesday the 3rd and another two on Thursday the 5th. The first will be “SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks – Getting Started,” and will be held at 10:30 am ET on the 3rd. Later that day, “SOLIDWORKS CAM for Designers – A Path to Better Designs,” will take place at 2 pm ET. Then at 10:30 am ET on the 5th, there will be “SOLIDWORKS CAM and CAMWorks – Getting Started with the TechDB,” and the final webinar, “The Future of Manufacturing in the COVID Era,” will be held at 2 pm ET on the 5th. Each free webinar will last an hour.

“COVID-19 is affecting each one of us, and the situation continues to evolve. To serve and provide easily accessible training and educational material to the CAM industry professionals, we are launching FREE CAMWorks webinar series to help you utilize the extra time for gaining an advantage in the future. This webinar series will provide an opportunity to sharpen your CAM skills and possibly learn more advanced features and functionalities that might help you secure additional orders, helping maintain business operations.”

You can register for one or all of the webinars here.

Three GE Additive Webinars

GE Additive has three live webinars coming up this week! The first, “Additive Thermal Management Takes Flight,” at 11 am ET on the 3rd, will focus on 3D printed heat exchangers, with GE Additive’s AddWorks leader James Bonar and Curt Hogan, the company’s additive technologies consulting design engineer, discussing new product integration and technology maturation programs, in addition to the opportunity for growth in the aerospace market segment. You can register for the webinar here. The next webinar, “Insights from VBN Components: Redefining wear resistance through 3D printing of hard metals with high carbide content,” at 10 am ET on Wednesday the 4th, will feature VBN’s CTO Dr. Ulrik Beste and GE Additive’s EMEA Sales Leader Christina Wiklund, as they talk about Vibenite materials and their real-life applications; register here.

The company’s final webinar this week, “Opening New Avenues in Aerospace AM with Stitching Success: The Premium AEROTEC and GE Additive Story,” will be at 11 am ET on Thursday the 5th. Dr. Thomas Bielefeld, the Head of Additive Manufacturing for Premium Aerotec, and Udo Burggraf, Senior Global and Key Account Director Aerospace at GE Additive, will talk about the process of getting to validation of their 3D printed, serially produced aerospace titanium parts, as well as the future of the collaboration between the two companies. You can register for this webinar here.

ExOne Talks Binder Jet 3D Printing of NanoFuse Inks

Also on Wednesday November 4th, at 9 am ET, ExOne Chief Technology Officer and binder jetting expert Rick Lucas will host a live webinar on the company’s patented method of metal binder jet 3D printing using NanoFuse particulate inks. Lucas will talk about how particulate inks, like NanoFuse, can improve sintering and resolution in binder jet printing, especially when it comes to materials such as aluminum and copper.

“We’ll discuss the types of particulates used in ExOne’s NanoFuse binders and their different benefits, as well as commercial availability of the InnoventPro with NanoFuse printing capabilities.”

You can register for the webinar here.

GoProto on Plastics 3D Printing

On Thursday, November 5th, at 1 pm ET, GoProto will hold an interactive webinar called “Materials for Plastic 3D Printing: What are the Options?” The company’s president, Jesse Lea, will be running the show, and talking about topics that attendees are interested in, including how to choose between materials like photopolymers, nylons, and elastomers, and which will affect your parts’ function, manufacturability, and post-processing. Lea will also introduce GoProto’s new 3DElastoprint material for HP’s MJF technology, which enables 3D printing of production-ready rubber-like parts.

• Are you looking to produce parts for prototyping or production?
• What kind of environment will your parts be used in?
• Are aesthetics or mechanical properties more important for your application? Or are they both important?
• How do the options differ across printer technologies, specifically MJF, FDM, and SLA?

These questions, and others, will be answered during the webinar, which you can register for here.

PostProcess Technologies Demonstrating DEMI 4000 Live

PostProcess Technologies will be hosting the second round of live demonstrations for its latest innovation, the DEMI 4000 intelligent solution for resin removal on production SLA prints, on the 5th at 9 am ET. During this Live Solution Experience Tour, attendees will get a closer look at the new automated DEMI 4000 post-print system, which the company says is the answer for a production-ready, software-driven, finishing solution for high-volume SLA printing.

“As PostProcess Technologies’ the largest solution in their lineup of automated, intelligent post-printing solutions for additive manufacturing (AM) resin removal, the new DEMI 4000 leverages PostProcess’s proven submersible technology for consistent, hands-free resin removal on large part sizes or large builds with many smaller-sized stereolithography (SLA) parts.”

You can register for the short demonstration here.

On-Demand NanoTalks Series from Nanofabrica

Finally, as we mentioned last week, Nanofabrica recently launched a series of short interviews, called “NANOTALKS,” on its YouTube channel. Each talk is curated by the company’s VP Business Development and Marketing Tovit Neizer, and features a meaningful conversation with important people working in the additive and micro manufacturing sector discussing industry-relevant issues in these extraordinary times. The first guest on NanoTalks was Marie Langer, the CEO at EOS. This time, Neizer discussed marketing in the AM industry during the COVID-19 pandemic with Aaron Johnson, the VP Marketing and Customer Strategy for Accumold, a leader in micro mold manufacturing.

“Nanofabrica has developed the first commercially viable micro AM technology, and we are especially interested in not just additive manufacturing as a prototype and batch production technology, but also its use in the manufacture of direct rapid soft tooling (DRST). In our NANOTALKS series we extend our conversations beyond just the AM community, and into the areas of micro manufacturing and micro molding. So saying, we have also just completed a discussion with Aaron Johnson, VP Marketing & Customer Strategy at micro molding specialist Accumold who gives us some really interesting insight into optimal ways of keeping visible and relevant in these unusual times. My conversation with Aaron will be released next as part of the NANOTALKS series,” Neizer said in a press release about NanoTalks.

Check out the brief interview below:

Do you have any news to share about future webinars or virtual events? Let us know!

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