December 5, 2023 | Application Exploration Open House: Production Additive Manufacturing Materials
Revolutionizing Production: Additive Manufacturing and Cutting-Edge Materials & Techniques Unveiled
In the past, the utilization of materials for 3D printed end-use volume parts was limited due to their higher initial costs, restricted material properties, and lengthier processing times. However, ongoing advancements in technology and processing techniques are broadening the scope of applications for additive manufacturing in contemporary manufacturing.
Join us on December 5th as we host Greg Costantino, an application development specialist from Stratasys, at our TekCenter. During the event, he will share valuable insights into the evolution of manufacturing with 3D printable materials and how they are currently revolutionizing manufacturing processes.
Key topics Greg will cover include:
- Thermoplastics/Thermosets – What are the differences?
- Functional Materials
- Product Development – Past, Present and Future
- Drive to Production
- Product Positioning
- Target Markets
- Application Success
We are also delighted to have Emilie Simpson, an application engineer at DyeMansion, join us as well. She will discuss how the post-processing of powder bed fusion parts, including SAF, can contribute to long term UV stability, even in industries with rigorous requirements like automotive.
Following the presentations, participants will have the unique opportunity to tour our state-of-the-art 2,700-square-foot 3D printing TekCenter. During the tour, they can explore a range of industrial 3D printers and post-processing solutions. Emilie will be highlighting DyeMansion solutions with a short workshop comparing the technologies to traditional post-processing methods.
This event is free to attend, but seating is limited for the presentations. Reserve your spot now by registering below.
About Our Guest Speakers:
Greg Costantino is an Application Development Specialist in the Global Materials Organization at Stratasys, supporting the North America region. He is responsible for supporting the Go-To-Market Sales organization and Global Key Accounts with his materials and application development expertise across all technologies. Some of his key responsibilities are identification and analysis of markets for growth, strategic planning, project management and coordination of new product development.
Emilie Simpson, an Application Engineer for DyeMansion North America, is based in Salt Lake City and has a background in Biomedical Mechanical Engineering with a long history in additive manufacturing. DyeMansion’s post processing includes cleaning, surfacing, and coloring of 3D printed parts – paired with Emilie’s expertise in technology and material selection, COGs, post processing techniques, and the importance of standards and biocompatibility for industries such as medical devices.
Register below to let us know you’re coming!
AdvancedTek Open House: Production AM Materials 12/5/23
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