Webinars

Rapid Reverse Engineering: Deep Dive Into 3D Scanning With 3D Printing

Rapid Reverse Engineering: Deep Dive Into 3D Scanning With 3D Printing

August 06, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
When the original CAD design isn’t accessible, scan-to-print workflows can be the fastest way to quickly produce parts that reference real-world components. In this 30 minute webinar, we’ll walk through the step-by-step reverse engineering process for an aftermarket digital gauge. Learn how to use a 3D scanning and 3D printing workflow to generate replacement parts, machine upgrades, and entirely new aftermarket products.
From Metal to Plastic

From Metal to Plastic

July 18, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
Many OEMs are dedicating resources to Additive in their strategic plans. Your customers and your competition are using it. In this webinar we will show you how to identify opportunities to use this disruptive technology.
Engineering Your 3D Manufacturing Process to Industrial Grade Tolerance Standards

Engineering Your 3D Manufacturing Process to Industrial Grade Tolerance Standards

July 10, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
Are you trying to understand the process capabilities of 3D Printing? Wondering if it has a shot at meeting the ISO 289 standards required for other manufacturing methods? Register today to learn how HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion technology stacks up to other manufacturing processes, and where it’s headed!
How New Materials Are Revolutionizing 3D Printing

How New Materials Are Revolutionizing 3D Printing

July 02, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
Developments in 3D printing with metals and nonmetal materials have exploded. The plethora of new materials combined with a range of new printing technologies and generative design have unleashed a revolution in the way we create objects. This webinar will explore how new design software combined with new materials produce lighter and stronger parts, a powerful combination in many industries.
A New Era of Functional Color 3D Prototyping and Production

A New Era of Functional Color 3D Prototyping and Production

March 26, 2019 - 12 pm EDT
Get a look at HP’s latest 3D printer - powered by HP Multi Jet Fusion technology - designed to overcome existing color 3D printing challenges and open up innovation for small- to medium-sized product development teams and design businesses, universities and research institutions. Learn about how color 3D applications are enabled with a 3D printing system that allows the production of functional parts in full color - with voxel control - in a fraction of the time.
A Deep Dive into Metal 3D Printing: How to optimize your design through part geometry, surface finish, secondary operations, and other considerations

A Deep Dive into Metal 3D Printing: How to optimize your design through part geometry, surface finish, secondary operations, and other considerations

March 19, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is an industrial 3D printing technology that is changing the way metal parts are manufactured. Since DMLS is an additive manufacturing process, organic designs, complex features, and internal channels can often be easily created. As with any process, however, DMLS does come with some limitations that can create design challenges. In our presentation, we’ll take an in-depth look at how to overcome these process limitations in order to optimize designs for ideal outcome on the final part.
Cutting Costs With 3D Printing From Prototyping to Validation

Cutting Costs With 3D Printing From Prototyping to Validation

February 27, 2019 - 2 pm EST
Engineers and designers across industries are leveraging in-house 3D printing to shorten design cycles and cut costs. In this webinar, learn how Cutsforth, a manufacturer in the power industry for 25 years, uses 3D printing to quickly validate designs and streamline manufacturing. Cutsforth engineering manager Jason Kammerer will walk through his development process for a new monitoring system product, from early prototypes to final injection molded parts and assembly, and share how he integrates tools like Onshape and the Form 2 throughout development.
Is Additive Manufacturing Finally Coming of Age?

Is Additive Manufacturing Finally Coming of Age?

December 06, 2018 - 2 pm EST
For decades, 3D printing has been relegated to rapid prototyping applications. More recently, the technology has become economically viable for select production parts in the aerospace and medical industries. Today, the industry promotes the idea of 3D printing as a viable production technology thanks to drastic technical improvements. This timely webinar will provide a critical and analytical look at recent industry trends across materials, hardware, and software to answer the question, “Is additive manufacturing finally ready for production?”
Automation 101: The Starting Point for Robot Automation

Automation 101: The Starting Point for Robot Automation

October 31, 2018 - 2 pm EDT
From assembly and pick-and-place to material handling and packaging, the use of robots is on the rise in factory automation. Extremely customizable in even the most complex applications, automation systems are beneficial for a wide variety of reasons. Taking the plunge into automation, however, can be confusing and daunting. With so many factors to consider, you may be wondering, “Where do I start?”
Machine Learning and The Future of Military (Artificial) Intelligence

Machine Learning and The Future of Military (Artificial) Intelligence

October 25, 2018 - 1 pm EDT
Webinar attendees will be given an overview and understanding of how AI and machine learning are being used in the defense sector across a variety of applications. Anyone looking to cut through the hype and hyperbole to truly understand how AI is impacting the military and aerospace should attend this event
Optimized Interconnect Solutions for Design Flexibility in Portable Devices

Optimized Interconnect Solutions for Design Flexibility in Portable Devices

October 23, 2018 - 2 pm EDT
Join us for an in depth overview of the emerging USB Type-C connector and cable standard, and learn about the variety of different requirements supported - including features, benefits, and the different connector and cable options possible. Additionally, learn about compact FPC connectors that support as much as 10A current, and can be used as an additional internal interconnect between the external I/O and main board since many times all components cannot be mounted on the main board.
The Engineering Challenges of Autonomous Driving

The Engineering Challenges of Autonomous Driving

October 11, 2018 - 2 am EDT
The move to autonomous driving is unlike anything in the 130-year history of the automobile. Autonomy will eventually be incorporated into hundreds of millions of vehicles; and when it arrives, it will need to work flawlessly. In this webinar, Design News will examine the challenges facing the automotive community, from the OEMs to Tier One and Tier Two suppliers. We’ll look at the sensors, processors and software. And we’ll examine the validation and verification techniques that will allow engineers to better comprehend the breadth of potential challenges and enable the vehicles themselves...

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