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August 25, 2022 | GBIG Webinar: Become More Innovative & Competitive in the Paper, Pulp and Packaging Industries with 3D Printing


Join GBIG (Green Bay Innovation Group) for a three-part webinar with 3D printing experts from AdvancedTek and Stratasys. Hosted by Packerland Websites.

Title: Become More Innovative & Competitive in the Paper, Pulp and Packaging Industries with 3D Printing

Date: Thursday, August 25, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM



Webinar Part 1
Stratasys’s Colton Mehlhoff will explain how to decrease time to market and lower development cost by creating realistic full color, texture and feel product models in packaging using PolyJet 3D printing technology.

Webinar Part 2
AdvancedTek’s David Kadlec will explain how to save on cost and lead time by integrating manufacturing applications in paper, pulp, and packaging.

Webinar Part 3
Q&A session with Colton, David, and AdvancedTek’s Alan Soriano

Colton Mehlhoff   David Kadlec   Alan Soriano
Colton is an applications engineer for PolyJet 3D printing technology at Stratasys, the global leader of industrial 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions. He is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University where he studied Information Technology with Robotics & Artificial Intelligence. Colton enjoys teaching others about additive manufacturing, and outside of work, volunteers for High Tech Kids, Minnesota’s FIRST LEGO League, and FIRST Tech Challenge.

  David is a senior additive manufacturing application engineer for AdvancedTek in St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition to consulting with upper Midwest businesses on 3D printing integration and applications, David helps manage AdvancedTek’s AM lab that services its customers. He holds a mechanical engineering degree from Iowa State University, and enjoys traveling with his wife Kate, investing in real estate, and snowboarding.   Alan is a business development and 3D printing solutions professional for AdvancedTek, managing the state of Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Milwaukee with a degree in mechanical engineering, and is a longtime member of the Tripoli Shrine Motor Corps Harley Davidson stunt team which performs at more than 15 parades annually.


Posted by Heather Adams