The week after Formnext Connect is no less busy, as we’ve got webinars and virtual events pretty much every day, Monday through Friday. Read on to learn more about what’s on tap!
ASTM International Conference on Additive Manufacturing
First up, the ASTM International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (ICAM 2020), sponsored by ASTM International’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE), is this week, starting Monday, November 16th and going through Friday the 20th, 8-5 ET each day. It’s the fifth flagship event regarding certification, standardization, and qualification, emphasizing AM industry-specific requirements. There will be panel discussions and symposia, and the recipients of two 2020 ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Awards of Excellence in Research and Standardization will also be announced at the event.
“As additive manufacturing (AM) technologies are adopted by various industries, establishing feedstock-process-structure-property-performance relationships becomes essential for qualification and certification of parts in safety critical applications. This conference will address application specific requirements of various industry sectors in addition to covering the fundamentals of AM process chain.”
You can register for the conference here. Student rates are $225, and it’s $350 for a presenter or scientific committee member. ASTM members pay $450, and non-members pay $500.
RIZE 2XC Desktop Composite 3D Printer
This summer, RIZE Inc. introduced its desktop composite 3D printer, the adaptive 2XC, and this Tuesday, the 17th, at 2 pm ET, the company is partnering with Inceptra to discuss “Safe & Affordable Desktop 3D Printing with New RIZE 2XC” in a free webinar. Attendees will learn how the printer offers high quality, reliability, and safety for a price tag of $4,495, along with its use of advanced Rizium composite materials to make durable and strong functional parts that meet the necessary health and safety standards, which means you can safely and easily print at the point of care, at home, or in the office.
“Join Rize and Inceptra for a live webinar to discover how the new and affordable RIZE 2XC desktop 3D printer uses safe materials and processes to deliver industrial-strength functional parts – all while reducing time-to-part with easy, fast and zero cost post-processing.”
You can register for the webinar here.
3DEXPERIENCE Modeling & Simulation Conference
From the 17th-18th, the SIMULIA and CATIA teams from Dassault Systèmes will be holding the Global 3DEXPERIENCE Modeling & Simulation Conference in a virtual format. The online event will feature two interesting keynote presentations, live technology updates, over 80 customer presentations, a virtual Expo Hall, Live Regional User Meetings, and more than 100 technical experts more than willing to answer your questions. The conference is free to attend, and will be held in two time zones: one for Asia and Europe, and another for Europe and the Americas.
“Our aim is simple: break down the silos between design, modeling and simulation and see the value that looking at the design process as a whole can bring.
“This global conference will inspire users to design and innovate the next generation of products by offering learning opportunities through user presentations on industry applications, product and technology updates.”
You can register for the conference here.
Live Webinars by 3D Systems
This week, 3D Systems is holding three webinars: one on Tuesday the 17th, one on Wednesday the 18th, and another on Thursday the 19th. The first, “Introducing GibbsCAM 14: Wire EDM,” is all about how the latest version of this CNC programming software incorporates a new Wire EDM option, which is based on Camtek’s high-end OPTICAM solution. The webinar starts at 2 pm ET, and will discuss topics such as toolpath rendering and simulation, comprehensive feature recognition, and more.
At noon on the 18th, David Cullen, Director of Application Engineering at 3D Systems, will host “Design for Additive Manufacturing: How to Be Successful with High Performance SLS Parts.” As you might guess, topics in this webinar all relate to selective laser sintering technology and how best to optimize it for higher performing parts; you can register for the webinar here. Finally, 3D Systems and MasterGraphics will host the live webinar “Deliver More with MultiJet Printing” at 11 am ET. Attendees will have the chance to see the ProJet MJP 2500 system in action; you can register for this webinar here.
Inside 3D Printing Seoul 2020
From the 18th-20th, the Inside 3D Printing Seoul Conference & Expo will be held in a hybrid format and usher in what it’s calling a “New Era of Manufacturing.” The first day will consist of live, in-person seminars, held at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX, Hall 5), while the second day will be online (recorded) seminars. The event will cover a range of topics, from 3D printing for automotive, construction, maritime, aerospace, and medical applications, to Industry 4.0, digital manufacturing, and the role of startups in the AM industry.
“Join us and be a part of the largest global 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing event series focused on innovation, manufacturing and expansion of the latest cutting-edge technologies.
“This year’s event is on track to have an international audience of 10,500 attendees, including more than 500 CEOs, from 800 companies and 25 countries.”
You can register for the 7th annual I3DP Seoul event here.
PostProcess Technologies Live Solution Experience Tours
Also on November 18th, PostProcess Technologies will be hosting Live Solution Experience tours for customers interested in seeing the company’s automated 3D post-printing technology in real-time. An expert Engineer will be broadcasting from the PostProcess lab, giving attendees a close look at its proprietary AUTOMAT3D platform while also having the opportunity to take part in real-time question and answer sessions. The company is offering two different tour options and several sessions.
If you’re interested in a live tour of automated support removal and surface finishing for FDM and PolyJet 3D printing, you can attend a session at 9 am or 2 pm ET on the 18th. If you’d rather look at resin removal technology for SLA, DLA, CLIP, and other 3D printing methods, sign up for a session at 10 am or 3 pm ET. Each tour will last about 30 minutes.
GE Additive Webinar Wednesday
At 10 am ET on the 18th, GE Additive is holding the latest in its Webinar Wednesday series, “Challenging Geometries and Digital Workflow for Thin-walled Dental EAP® Abutments.” A dental abutment is a metal piece, typically patient-specific, that connects an implant, via an abutment screw, to the final outer crown. Dr. Mario Kern, the CEO of EAP Abutments, and Joachim Krause, GE Additive’s Senior Global & Key Accounts Director, Dental, will discuss the use of milling technology, combined with additive manufacturing, to fabricate these thin-walled dental abuments.
“Additive manufacturing is disrupting a variety of industries and enabling the design and production of new and improved products. In the dental market, EAP ® Abutments is using a combination of additive manufacturing and milling technology to create thin-walled dental abutments that at one time were next to impossible to produce or not economically feasible. Additive manufacturing is enabling EAP Abutments to create a new group of products through 3D printing.”Powered by Aniwaa
You can register for the webinar here.
MDG Boston’s Online Forum on Healthcare 3D Printing
Medical Development Group (MDG) Boston, an association of individuals, clinicians, and companies in the medical space, is holding a free webinar from 5-7:30 pm ET on Wednesday, November 18th, called “Innovating with 3-D Printing in Medical Technology.” The first hour is focused solely on networking, followed by presentations and time for questions and answers. Attendees will hear about different 3D printing technologies and medical device applications from four industry panelists, moderated by James Coe, JD, MS, Counsel, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds.
“3-D printing technology has been around for many years, but the recent pandemic has shown how instrumental 3-D printing technology can be in healthcare and the medical device and industry.
“From nasal test swabs, to ventilator parts, to 3-D printed face shields, 3-D printing has been involved in assisting those on the front lines. In addition, a number of companies are using 3-D printing in research and development.
“Learn more about 3-D printing and how advances in the technology are enabling innovation, product development and small run manufacturing in the medical device industry.”
You can register for the forum here.
Materialise Think-In Launch Event
Also on the 18th, Materialise is holding its Think-In Launch Event, where several company executives—CEO Fried Vancraen, Executive Board Chairman Peter Leys, Materialise Manufacturing VP Jurgen Laudus, and Materialise Software VP Stefaan Motte—will announce new software and hardware solutions that will help customers innovate and create real business value with additive manufacturing. During the first half of the event, which begins at 9 am ET, the results of a Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) comparing the environmental impact of conventional and additive manufacturing will be presented, before the new innovations are launched; these include new Magics 25 features, Materialise Process Tuner software, the e-commerce Materialise Storefront, and more.
“Many view additive manufacturing as a positive force that helps companies to operate more sustainably. However, that’s simply not enough,” said Vancraen. “Moving forward into our fourth decade as a company, the question is not whether AM is a sustainable manufacturing technology. The question becomes: what can we do to make AM more sustainable?”
You can register for the Think-In Launch Event here.
Desktop Metal AM 2.0 Conference
The final virtual event on the 18th will be Desktop Metal and its online conference, “AM 2.0 – The Future of Additive Manufacturing,” which starts at 10 am and ends at 3 pm ET. Registration is open to everyone, and attendees are welcome to join for as many sessions as they prefer. A keynote and Additive 2.0 panel discussion by industry expert Terry Wohlers of Wohlers Associates, Desktop Metal CEO Ric Fulop, CTO Jonah Myerberg, and MIT professor John Hart will kick things off, followed by sessions on binder jetting systems, a live parts/live sinter software presentation, real world AM 2.0 applications, customer panels on the Studio System and Shop System, and two separate Q&A sessions.
“Metal 3D printing has already had profound impacts on prototyping and manufacturing tooling, but with the ability to mass produce highly complex end-use parts, Additive Manufacturing 2.0 is poised to transform the manufacturing landscape. Join Desktop Metal on November 18, 2020 for a free conference about the ways next-generation additive technologies like binder jetting unlock benefits like generative design, tooling free manufacturing and mass customization. You’ll also hear from Desktop Metal customers who are implementing AM 2.0 solutions to unlock throughput, repeatability, and competitive part costs.”
You can register for the event here. If you can’t make this date, sign up anyway, and Desktop Metal will share the recording with you later.
3D Printed Electronics at Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing
Former Fraunhofer IPT spinoff KEX Knowledge Exchange AG let us know that the ACAM webinar series, organized by the ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing, is back. The last webinar was all about how IT security can enable additive manufacturing, and this week’s session, taking place on Thursday, November 19th, is an online seminar all about 3D printed electronics.
Daniel Führen from KEX AG will be hosting this webinar, which takes place from 7-8 am ET. It’s free to participate, and you can register for it here.
America Makes Virtual Game Day Series Continues
America Makes is holding another Virtual Game Day in its series. This one, focused on Additive & Athletes, will be held on the Remo virtual event platform from 11:30 am until 2:30 pm ET on the 19th, featuring a panel discussion, moderated by UTEP’s Eric MacDonald, between Carbon’s Erika Berg and Jim Sauerbaum, Dr. Jeff Crandall with Biocore, LLC, and CCM Hockey’s Thierry Petelle. After pre-registration ends at noon, the panelists will discuss additive manufacturing for athletics applications until 1:30, and the last hour will be focused on virtual networking.
“The topic will include current state and the path forward of how additive is benefiting athletes in numerous sporting events from football to racing.”
You can register for the event here.
SME Virtual Career Development
The final event in this week’s roundup is by professional association SME, which works to advance manufacturing and develop a strong workforce. At 12 pm ET on Thursday the 19th, SME will hold a virtual, interactive Career Development Forum for college and university students, early careerists, and faculty members, where they can discuss career paths and opportunities in the AM industry. Some of the industry’s top experts will take part in a panel discussion to share their thoughts on how the next generation can be an important part of the industry growth.
“Additive manufacturing earned well-deserved attention this year as the industry stepped up to lead during the nation’s pandemic response. In a year where so many manufacturers achieved so much, SME is excited to discuss how the next generation can be part of additive manufacturing’s ongoing momentum,” Angela Szerlong, Industry Manager, Additive Manufacturing for SME, said in a press release.
Additionally, since this year’s RAPID + TCT has been postponed until 2021, three of SME’s 2020 Additive Manufacturing Community awards—the Industry Achievement Award, the Digital Manufacturing Challenge Award, and the Dick Aubin Distinguished Paper Award—will be presented in a live ceremony after the forum. You can register for SME’s complimentary forum and awards ceremony here.
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