Feb. 24 Webcast - 3D Printing: Designed to be Printed

In our next Hot Seat panel, experts discuss the design tools and techniques for a successful additive manufacturing program.

In our next Hot Seat panel, experts discuss the design tools and techniques for a successful additive manufacturing program.

DATE: Thursday, February 24, 2022
TIME: 3:00 PM ET/ Noon PT

To take full advantage of additive manufacturing (AM), users need powerful simulation and generative design programs.

In addition, experts say users must also fundamentally change the way they design. The next Digital Engineering Hot Seat panel takes a look at the tools and techniques needed for successful 3D printing.

In this panel, industry veterans discuss:

  • how to design topology that harvest the power of 3D printing;
  • how to avoid pitfalls that lead to failed print jobs;
  • how to match the project with the materials and the systems.

Our presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A session. You can register here.

 

 

Speakers:

 

Matt Karesh
Technical Sales Engineer
Velo3D

Greg Paulsen
Application Engineer
Xometry

Dylan George
Application Engineering Manager
Ultimaker

Moderator: Kenneth Wong
Senior Editor
Digital Engineering

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In this panel, industry veterans discuss:

  • how to design topology to harvest the power of 3D printing;
  • how to avoid pitfalls that lead to failed print jobs;
  • how to match the project with materials and systems.

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