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3D Printing Trends in Manufacturing - Sponsored by Stratasys

October 28, 2014 to October 30, 2014
Focus on Fundamentals
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David Baker

David Baker

David Baker is president and owner of Worxsimple LLC, a consulting group focusing on system design, equipment manufacture, and rapid prototyping for the medical device industry. A mechanical engineer... More
Jack Stubbs

Jack Stubbs

Jack Stubbs is the Associate Program Director at the University of Minnesota Medical School. His impressive professional background includes experience across the medical and educational fields,... More
Derek Mathers

Derek Mathers

Derek Mathers is a Business Development Manager for Worrell, a global product design firm. He is most passionate about using additive manufacturing technology to help medical device and consumer... More

October 30 - Day 3: Injection Molding With 3D Printing Molds

The Minnesota industrial design and product development company Worrell has enthusiastically embraced 3D printing in its medical device business. In this class, Worrell shares how it has managed to take a new look at injection molding and how your business can benefit from doing the same.
October 30, 2014 - 11:00am EDT

October 29 - Day 2: End-Use Parts

3D printed parts are strong and durable enough to be used as end-use products. Jack Stubbs is proving this by 3D printing anatomically accurate mannequins to be used in medical training. Listen in as he describes how 3D printing end-use parts has changed the way the University of Minnesota Medical...
October 29, 2014 - 11:00am EDT

October 28 - Day 1: Jigs & Fixtures and Tooling

Additive manufacturing can drastically reduce costs and accelerate delivery when substituted for current methods of making jigs and fixtures. Learn more when David Baker, President of Worxsimple, discusses how his company is using 3D printing in its work cycle.
October 28, 2014 - 11:00am EDT
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