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May 19-21, 2020: Stratasys Webinars

Stratasys Webinars

Join Stratasys the week of May 18th for the following webinars:


May 19th @ 11:00 AM CT

3D Printing and Ergonomics on the Factory Floor


  • Tim Greene, Research Director – Hardcopy Solutions, IDC
  • Wayne Benson, Director – Factory Floor Solutions, Stratasys

Production time lost, task avoidance, workers’ compensation and hiring and training of replacement employees are just a few of the hidden costs of manufacturing-related injuries. Learn how 3D printing can help manufacturers avoid those costs by improving worker comfort, increasing safety and reducing injuries on the factory floor.


May 20th @ 11:00 AM CT

How to Turn Design Inspiration into Reality

Speaker: Gina Scala, Marketing Director – Global Education, Stratasys

Bringing design ideas to life is a complex and multi-stage process. What if there was a better way to fill the gap between render and reality for your stakeholders without sending designs out to a model shop? Learn about how full-color 3D printing can solve design challenges and see what that could look like in your work space.


May 21st @ 11:00 AM CT

Top 6 Benefits of Rapid Prototyping with FDM for the Center for Advanced Design


  • Jesse Hahne, Co-Owner, CAD
  • Marc McCauley, Co-Owner, CAD
  • Sam Green, Product Marketing Lead – Rapid Prototyping, Stratasys

As a small, agile design firm, Center for Advanced Design (CAD) meets high demands without missing a step. They’ve built a strong reputation designing high-quality parts and prototypes for the power sports industry with speed, fulfilling complex requests by verifying concepts and validating designs fast on their in-house Stratasys F370 3D Printer.

Join Jesse Hahne and Marc McCauley, CAD’s co-owners, to hear how their business is growing through an accelerated design process and increased productivity with FDM technology at the core. See how they incorporate 3D printing into their daily workflow and hear their in-depth user perspective as one of the first design firms to use the Stratasys F123 Series 3D Printer.


Posted by Heather Adams