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March 7, 2024 | Webinar: Exploring 3D Printing Applications for Foundries

 

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT

Guest Speakers:

Jeff Vorhies – Sales Engineer, Seneca Foundry

Scott Nordlund – Regional Materials Leader – Americas, Stratasys

Overview:

In the ever-evolving landscape of manufacturing, foundries are embracing cutting-edge technologies to enhance efficiency, precision, and flexibility in their operations. One such revolutionary technology is 3D printing, which is transforming the traditional foundry industry by offering a variety of applications.

Attend our March 7 webinar to explore the future of foundry operations through the use of additive manufacturing. We’re delighted to have Jeff Vorhies from Seneca Foundry in Webster City, Iowa, and Scott Nordlund from Stratasys joining us to share their insights on the topic.

Key Highlights:

  • Learn about Seneca Foundry’s journey into adopting FDM 3D printing technology for sand casting applications and beyond, challenges faced, and lessons learned.
  • Gain an understanding of how 3D printing is changing the investment casting industry and the opportunities it presents for innovation and cost-effective production
  • Explore real-world examples illustrating the positive outcomes of using additive for foundry applications

About our Guest Speakers:

Jeff Vorhies is an experienced sales engineer at Seneca Foundry, Inc. and has been with the company for the past seven years. With an extensive background spanning three decades, he possesses a wealth of expertise in green sand foundry operations, specializing in both gray and ductile iron. Jeff is an active member of the American Foundry Society Hawkeye Chapter, showcasing his commitment to the industry and continuous professional development.

Scott Nordlund, Regional Materials Leader for Stratasys, has supported many challenging new applications in the 3D Printing industry for the past 19 years.  His passion for working with materials started at Purdue University where he received his degree in Chemical Engineering.  Scott went on to further develop his work experience with engineered materials in the automotive and packaging markets.  As a member of the Stratasys Materials Team, Scott participates in many major 3D Printing events to support and develop this very exciting industry.

 

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    Posted by Heather Adams