Webinars

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?”

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