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May 16, 2024 | Open House: Economic Benefits of 3D Printing

 

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2024   [REGISTER NOW]
Open House Hours: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Presentation Times: 10:30 AM & 12:30 PM
Location: AdvancedTek 3D Printing TekCenter
255 E Roselawn Ave, Suite 45, St. Paul, MN 55117

Join us on May 16th at our St. Paul 3D Printing TekCenter for an exploration of the vast economic benefits made possible by the integration of 3D printing technology.

We’re excited to welcome three esteemed experts from Stratasys who will examine the contrasts between traditional manufacturing expenses and the game-changing potential of 3D printing across different phases, from initial design to final production. Discover the impressive cost savings and ROI provided by FDM, SAF, P3, and SLA additive technologies, and gain valuable insights from real-world customer success stories.

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.

This event is free to attend, but seating is limited for our two presentation times. Reserve your spot now by registering below.  Lunch will be provided!

About Our Guest Speakers:

Allen Kreemer holds an Associate’s Degree in Automotive Technology from St. Cloud Technical College in Minnesota and spent 7 years in motorsports as a mechanic, fabricator, and Crew Chief for professional formula car teams. He joined Honda R&D Inc. in 2000, where he established the Additive Manufacturing Lab, implemented FDM Technology for QC fixtures, and managed several departments, leading to significant cost and time savings. With over 20 years of experience, Allen is currently a Sr. Applications Engineer at Stratasys, leveraging his expertise to help clients in automotive industry improvement projects.

Tom Leach is the Commercial Leader for the Industry business unit at Stratasys. Tom is dedicated to helping customers make informed financial decisions and understand whether additive manufacturing can improve the customer’s current process and solve customer’s challenges. He has 10 years of experience in additive manufacturing and 5 years of traditional manufacturing experience focused on production and product assembly. 

Colton Mehlhoff is an Applications Engineer at Stratasys. He works with designers to turn their ideas into 3D models that look and feel like the final product. Using full-color printing technology, he pushes the limit between print and product. Colton grew up in FIRST robotics programs designing robots. In his free time, he volunteers for robotics tournaments as the master of ceremonies to make it loud.

Register below to let us know you’re coming!

Posted by Heather Adams