FREE WEBINAR: Is Additive Manufacturing (AM) ready to take on mass production?

The DE Hot Seat panel explores whether 3D printing is ready for mass production.

The DE Hot Seat panel explores whether 3D printing is ready for mass production.

DATE: Tuesday, September 29, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

During the COVID-related shutdowns, Additive Manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing stepped in to fill the gaps resulting from suspended factory operations, proving it is more than a rapid prototyping technology. In this episode, panelists put AM on the hot seat to decide if it’s mature enough to become a means of mass-production.

Moderated by a DE Senior Editor Kenneth Wong, webinar panelists will discuss:

  • Volumes and shapes ideally suited for AM;
  • Onsite printing vs. on-demand printing for a fee;
  • The role of simulation in AM.

Our presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A session.

Click here to register. 

Sponsored by:


                              

Speakers:

Justin Swartz
Director of Strategic Business and Advanced Manufacturing Solutions
Forecast 3D

 


Jeff Robertson
Technical Business Development Manager
Simufact Engineering & Forming Technologies
 

Greg Elfering
President
Ultimaker Americas

 

Moderator: Kenneth Wong
Senior Editor
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