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3D Printing Elastomers: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions

Presented by ADAPTIVE3D

Additively manufacturing elastomeric materials with rubber and polyurethane-like performance can be challenging. Some processes can produce parts suitable for end use. Identifying the process for your application to produce functional performance, requires understanding the unique needs of printing elastomers and how each works in different AM platforms.

To optimize and explore 3D printing of elastomers, join this discussion which will include:

  • Applications and opportunities for 3D printing elastomeric parts Benefits and drawbacks of different printing platforms for elastomeric materials
  • New developments in printing of elastomers
  • Example of functional 3D printed elastomer parts being used to replace injection molded parts
Dr. Walter Voit
Adaptive3D

Additive Flow: Material Centric Optimisation for Advanced Manufacturing

Presented by Additive Flow

Additive_Flow

Formflow is unique. Our approach to optimisation isn’t just limited to geometry – FormFlow also allows for material variations across a part, whilst taking into consideration conventional and unconventional parameters such as thermal conductivity, cost and resource usage.

Additive Flow's founders showcase their leading software, which optimises material properties, geometry and production parameters simultaneously for integrated multi-scale engineering.

Formflow's Streamlined Multi-objective Optimisation:

  • Enables straightforward repeatable workflows for demanding requirements
  • Easy exploration of DOEs based on different priorities - and their impact on material property distribution
  • Explore business goals together with engineering requirements

Handle combined physics and material properties in a highly accessible environment

Alexander and Charles cover:

1.  Material-property Optimisation

  • How to optimise allocation of materials based on multi physics requirements

2. Process Parameter Optimisation

  • How to optimise multiple parameter sets within a volume, to maximise speed while meeting requirements

3. Meta-Material Optimisation

  • How to allocate meta material structure based on their material properties

4. Advanced Materials and Production workflows

  • How heterogeneous anisotropic material properties need to be accounted for - and their effect on accuracy of results
  • How contours and shells of parts with multiple infill densities are included within the optimisation

 

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Alexander Pluke
Additive Flow

Additive Insights: Nickel-Based Superalloys for Industrial 3D Printing

Presented by GE Additive and Protolabs

         

Join us for our virtual presentation as we highlight key manufacturing advancements for nickel-based superalloys like Inconel 718. A commonly used material in the aerospace community, Inconel 718 has superior mechanical properties that are heightened by various post-processing applications like heat treatments. Learn about the 3D printing processes and trends that are being adopted in different industries for metal parts built in Inconel. We’ll also highlight the direct metal laser melting (DMLM) and post-processing options available to printing designers and product developers creating components and products with metal 3D printing. 

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Thomas Davis
Protolabs
Rene du Cauze de Nazelle
GE Additive

Advanced Manufacturing Workflow Software Powered by AI

Presented by 3D Control Systems

3D Control Systems’ ZAP is an end-to-end, fully automated software platform purpose-built for advanced manufacturing driving operational efficiencies for customers. We connect and integrate your hardware and software systems in a fully automated digital process that delivers simplicity and efficiencies. World class, unique platform designed to suit your production needs today and into the future that simplify your printing process with connection everywhere, anytime.

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Anton Vedeshin
3D Control Systems, Inc
John Dogru
3D Control Systems, Inc
Michelle Bockman
3D Control Systems, Inc

Advancing the Revolution in Photopolymer 3D Printing Performance

Presented by 3D Systems

Despite over 25 years of use, photopolymer resin performance and longevity has generally remained limited to prototyping, with parts typically only remaining useful for days and weeks. 3D Systems now introduces a groundbreaking 3D printing solution, including platform, software and new materials that offer a revolution in performance and productivity. Ultra-fast print speed, batch-run processing with surface quality comparable to injection molding are now combined with long-lasting materials that ensure parts remain functional and stable for years in any environment.

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Marty Johnson
3D Systems

AM Processes that Do Not Require Support Structures

Presented by Xometry

Join Xometry's Greg Paulsen as he dives into popular AM processes that do not require support structures. He will briefly review the benefits of processes like Selective Laser Sintering and HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing. Greg will also highlight popular materials, finishes, and design considerations when thinking support-free.

GE Additive Binder Jet’s technology is helping manufacturers make the transition to large-scale production, making it a viable replacement for traditional manufacturing, in particular castings.

This session will examine how the Binder Jet technology is already positively disrupting manufacturing in the mobility sector industry. That disruption is shaping the future of powertrains and mobility structures.
The session covers designing for Binder Jet and examples of parts and applications.

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Greg Paulsen
Xometry

Capture the value of mass customization of on-demand, digitally manufactured personalized products with Twikit

Presented by Twikit

Twikit

Bespoke has long been the staple of luxury. Now, with new digital manufacturing technologies and Twikit software innovation, creating a personalized, individualized and unique product for each customer is within reach. We have come a long way from Mr. Ford’s “Car in any color, so long as its’ black”.

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Gijs Hoppenbrouwers
Twikit

Carbon Design Engine™

Presented by Carbon3D

Lattices offer a radically new set of tools for product design. They reduce material usage, improve cushioning and dampening, increase breathability, and differentiate products with a slick, novel aesthetic. With Carbon Design Engine, making lattices is easier than ever. Carbon Design Engine is a lattice design generator that automates the process of creating conformal, single-zone lattices, saving engineers significant time and effort.

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Jon Bruner
Carbon

Design Better Products with Mechanical Variation Management using CETOL 6σ

Presented by Sigmetrix

This demonstration will provide a brief overview of CETOL 6σ, a 3D tolerance analysis program that emphasizes ease of use and understanding of how dimensional variation impacts the fit and performance of the parts in your products, regardless of the complexity of the geometry. It will show how to create an analysis using tolerance information in the models, improve the design by adjusting the highest-contributing tolerances, improve the design by making small changes in critical areas without reducing tolerances, and generate a comprehensive report.

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Stephen Werst
Sigmetrix

DigitalClone for Additive Manufacturing

Presented by Sentient Science Corporation

DigitalClone® for additive manufacturing (DCAM), is an Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) tool that includes models of crack initiation and damage progression with the high-fidelity process and microstructure modeling approaches. The predictive model has three main modules: process modeling, microstructure modeling, and fatigue modeling.

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Jingfu Liu
Sentient Science
Jason Rios
Sentient Science
Behrooz Jalalahmadi PhD
Sentient Science
Melissa McReynolds
Sentient Science

EBM in Medical Industry

Presented by GE Additive

Using Electron Beam Melting (EBM) to produce orthopedic implants provides multiple benefits compared to both conventional and other additive manufacturing techniques with lower overall cost. GE Additive’s Arcam EBM Q10plus system is optimized for efficient and cost effective production of medical implants such as hip cups, tibial trays and knees. The hot EBM process enables printing with minimal supports to reduce post process machining, low residual stresses which eliminates the need for heat treatment and can print integral net structures for optimal bone ingrowth. Over 200,000 hip cups produced on the Q10plus have been implanted into patients. You will also hear from a pioneering Q10plus customer, Avalign Technologies, on their success using the technology and the advantages of the EBM process.

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Dave Emmett
GE Additive
Timothy McKee
GE Additive

Enabling mass customization of on-demand, custom-fit, digitally manufactured orthosis, and sports gear.

Presented by Twikit

Twikit

In medicine, the “one size fits all” model no longer fits. The future of medicine is personal. Twikit empowers medical OEMs and orthopedic professionals to tap into mass customization of on-demand, custom-fit, digitally manufactured orthosis, and sports gear.  

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Gijs Hoppenbrouwers
Twikit

Enabling Production at Scale

Presented by HP Digital Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing has not yet reached the point that it can affordably and reliably replace traditional manufacturing processes for high volume, low mix production. However, AM offers unique opportunities for personalization, customization and on demand manufacturing and enables entirely new business models built around automated workflows. 

See how HP Universal Build Manager powered by Dyndrite, the only application built to harness the power of the GPU, delivers the performance and automation required for today’s additive manufacturing workflows.

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Anthony Graves
HP Digital Manufacturing Software
Philip Thomas
HP Digital Manufacturing Software

End to End Digitalization: Maximizing Throughput & Minimizing Lead Times in Your 3D Printer Workflow

Presented by PostProcess

Why is digital connectivity so essential for scalable FDM and PolyJet printing? The answer lies in the efficiency and cost savings that automation can provide. In the post-printing process, many additive users struggle with outdated methods that can inhibit productivity. PostProcess shows you how connecting data across the design, print, and post-print steps enable transformative improvements for your workflow, along with real-life examples from brands that have implemented automated post-printing.

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Robby Utz
PostProcess Technologies

EOS Polymer Showroom Tour

Presented by EOS

In this Demo Jam, learn about the different types of EOS industrial 3D polymer printers. Learn how our 3D printers work around the limitations of conventional production processes and support design-drive manufacturing. Discover more about 3D printing technology, how 3D printers work, and which 3D printer is a fit for your organization. You don’t want to miss this Demo Jam!

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Sean Kelly
EOS

Fuse 1: High Performance SLS, Finally Within Reach

Presented by Formlabs

A new wave of independent manufacturing and prototyping starts now with the Fuse 1 and Fuse Sift. Bring the industrial power of selective laser sintering (SLS) into your workshop with an affordable, compact system for production-ready nylon parts.

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Alyce Currier
Formlabs

Get rid of dialup and upgrade to broadband printing

Presented by Nexa3D

Nexa3D presents how our printers take current additive manufacturing speeds from ‘dialup internet’ to ‘broadband’ printing and are capable of continuously printing at speeds of up to 8 litters per hour. This represents some 20X productivity gains over all current state additive products and is comparable only to injection molding economics without existing supply chain complexities, extended lead-times and the substantial costs typically associated with tooled plastics.

We will demonstrate two new print engines that are designed for high speed production applications; Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) for photoplastics print engine and Quantum Laser Sintering (QLS) print engine for thermoplastics.

In addition, our game-changing hardware innovations, we will present the interplay between chemistry, process and speed at scale. Our Digital Twin Printing (DTP) software unlocks new material properties and assures process stability, higher yields and performance.

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Kevin McAlea
Nexa3D

How the 3YOURMIND software solution solves the challenges of additive manufacturing?

Presented by 3YOURMIND

What are the main challenges of additive manufacturing and how does 3YOURMIND workflow software help companies overcome them?
The first challenge is for companies to justify the potential of AM internally by identifying AM-ready parts. The second challenge is shop floor automation for local production for service bureaus for example, as well as in a distributed manufacturing model for OEMs. To address these two challenges, we will present the solution we can provide as well as use cases from our customers.
When it comes to additive manufacturing, there are many scenarios, depending on the history and strategy of companies and industries, but all lead to success if you have the right software.

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Brooks Budelis
3YOURMIND
Alexandre Donnadieu
3YOURMIND

Hybrid Manufacturing: Additive and Subtractive Capabilities on One Industrial Platform

Presented by Titan Robotics Ltd.

During this presentation, Titan will discuss how it combines additive and subtractive milling capabilities on its polymer pellet extrusion Atlas platform to offer novel production AM Solutions. Hybrid manufacturing (additive + subtractive) enables faster and more affordable production of end-use parts and tooling, jigs, fixtures, patterns and molds. This presentation will highlight how incorporating machining capabilities, both post-machining and in-situ machining, onto Titan’s existing industrial Atlas platform addresses surface finish limitations when printing with large nozzles at high speeds. Titan discuss how Hybrid Additive and Subtractive capabilities on a single platform provide solutions for applications such as tooling, molds, patterns, jigs & fixtures, and end-use parts.

 

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Clay Guillory
Titan Robotics

Inkbit: 3D Printing Multi-Material Products at Scale

Presented by InkBit

Inkbit has created a new manufacturing process called Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ). In this process, inkjet-based deposition is used to deposit successive layers of 3D printed objects and the deposition of each layer is controlled by 3D scanning of the print bed. This non-contact process allows for a much wider range of resins that are catalytically cured (e.g., that do not rely of radical photopolymerization). VCJ also allows 100% quality assurance, compensation of systematic errors such as material shrinkage, and manufacturing of multi-material parts.

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Matthew Munderville
Inkbit
Javier Ramos
Inkbit

Intellegens Deep Learning for Additive Manufacturing

Presented by Intellegens

Our machine learning tools help AM teams extract value from their data, optimizing build parameters and ensuring more repeatable AM processes, while greatly reducing the need for testing. Most machine learning struggles to work with real-word, sparse, noisy experimental data. We’ll demonstrate the Alchemite™ software, which uses unique deep learning algorithms, first developed at the University of Cambridge, to overcome these data challenges. Alchemite™ is now proven to accelerate AM projects.

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Ben Pellegrini
Intellegens
Tom Whitehead PhD
Intellegens

Large-scale parts. Simplified.

Presented by Stratasys

Print big without the high capital investment of exclusive, large-format printers. Boasting the longest fully-heated build chamber on the market, the F770 embodies the same industrial-grade components and design philosophy that make FDM Technology a class leader for reliability and consistent performance. In this session, you will learn how the F770 makes printing large, complex parts affordable, reliable and easy. You don’t want to miss this!

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Kim Daly
Stratasys

Large Scale, High Temperature 3D Printing with the INTAMSYS FUNMAT PRO 610 HT

Presented by Intamsys

INTAMSYS is a world leading manufacturer of high temperature FFF additive manufacturing systems. INTAMSYS has become well known for providing the AM community with manufacturing solutions for high performance materials. INTAMSYS partners with the top filament manufacturers in the world to enable customers infinite possibilities when it comes to material options to run through their systems. The highlight of this presentation will be on the latest and most capable product from INTAMSYS, the FUNMAT PRO 610 HT.

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Paul Carlson
Intamsys

Leveraging Large Scale Metal 3D Printing; Materials, Validation and Secondary Ops

Presented by Protolabs

This webinar will cover how metal 3D printing (direct metal laser sintering / melting) can add value to you, your organization, and your design applications in the production of end-use parts, and we will go into detail on our specific capabilities that are designed to help you meet the most stringent requirements for demanding industries. In the true spirit of a Demo Jam, the webinar will also show a few real customer use cases to highlight what Protolabs is capable of delivering via its end to end metal 3D printing production workflow.

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David Giebenhain
Protolabs

Meet B9[X]: Custom, Agile Additive Manufacturing

Presented by B9Creations

You don’t solve unique problems with standard solutions. Why choose a 3D printer that does?

Join B9Creations to learn about our B9[X] Division, where you can customize your printing platform and choose your build volume, resolution, materials, software, regulatory standards, application, and even your B9 Expert Team.

See real case studies where our ultra-precision, agile additive manufacturing platforms are helping customers in the most demanding industries on the planet move from prototyping to production with custom solutions tailored to them.

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Dani Mason
B9Creations

Meet the EOS M 300-4 - the Future of Metal 3D Printing and Production

Presented by EOS

Tune in for a demonstration on EOS’ latest industrial 3D metal printer, the EOS M 300-4. Discover how the EOS M 300-4 platform is the most technologically advanced and mature machine, flexible enough to be a long-term production workhorse and industry leader. Scale your metal 3D printing with the most technologically advanced and reliable additive manufacturing machine on the market today, producing high-quality components at a reduced cost-per-part.

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Sebastian Becker
EOS

Metal Binder Jet: Building a Winning Business Case for Additive Production

Presented by GE Additive

GE Additive Binder Jet’s technology is helping manufacturers make the transition to large-scale production, making it a viable replacement for traditional manufacturing, in particular castings.

This session will examine how the Binder Jet technology is already positively disrupting manufacturing in the mobility sector industry. That disruption is shaping the future of powertrains and mobility structures.
The session covers designing for Binder Jet and examples of parts and applications.

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Jacob Brunsberg
GE Additive

Need for Speed... and Heat. New Production Ready Titanium Parameters

Presented by GE Additive

GE Additive has developed a parameter set to print Ti-6Al-4V with a 120µm layer thickness, essentially doubling the productivity compared to the previous standard. As part of validation, tensile strength and porosity was evaluated and found equivalent to that of previous, slower print parameters.
A second parameter set was developed to print Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo-0.1Si (Ti-6242) ─ crack-free. GE Additive is thus the first L-PBF machine OEM to offer a parameter set to print this material to all its customers. Due to low porosity, the parts’ tensile strength exceeds conventionally processed Ti-6242 in the stress-relieved state.

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Frederic Marion
GE Additive

Nexa3D: Transforming AM

Presented by Nexa3D

Avi Reichental, Nexa3D’s Founder and CEO, will present how Nexa3D is transforming AM world, providing engineers and designers with an efficient and remarkably fast machine capable of printing parts with SLA-like details and thermoplastic-grade mechanical properties. In addition, he will present new 3d printing technologies to propel product development towards Industry 4.0 efficiency: helping product development teams identify new opportunities and improving reflexivity so they can develop new products smarter and faster. Avi will also present examples of light-weighting and optimizing parts and assemblies for 3D printing.

The presentation will demonstrate how NexaX 2.0, can optimize CAD models for AM by maximizing each part’s mechanical performance and consistency, reducing production cycles from days to minutes, and minimizing material usage and waste, compared to traditional AM manufacturing and prototyping. It comes loaded with significant productivity and performance features.

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Avi Reichental
Nexa3D

Origin One's Programmable PhotoPolymerization: Unlocking new materials, features and applications

Presented by Stratasys

The future of 3D printing is in the production of end-use functional parts. The most successful applications include a tightly controlled print process for the best quality, accuracy, and repeatability. Origin One's application engineering manager, Tim Downing, will demonstrate how materials, surface quality, and other features can be fine-tuned using Origin One's advanced print parameters. Discover how Origin One’s P3 technology has been built for users and material developers to achieve maximum performance.

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Tim Downing
Stratasys

Quality Assurance with PrintRite3D - Airfoil Workflow

Presented by Sigma Labs

Making sense of monitoring software can be a daunting task. Join our experts as they walk you through how to pinpoint inconsistencies in your build and determine the route cause.

We will analyze the data in different ways to optimize productivity for your preferred workflow. Using an airfoil as a demonstration part, we will cover a handful unintentional anomalies found in laser powder bed fusion. These anomalies are small and typically go unnoticed but could have devastating consequences.

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Alex Benham
Sigma Labs

Quality Assurance with PrintRite3D - The Features You've Been Asking For

Presented by Sigma Labs

The latest release of Sigma Labs’ PrintRite3D monitoring solution includes a slew of new features that will change the way the AM Industry views quality.
Not only does PrintRite3D make it easy to find anomalies in the process data, but with the new release of 7.0, you can use added benefits such as production fleet optionality with machine-machine qualifications, mulita-laser system support, and much more.

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Alex Benham
Sigma Labs

Quality Assurance With PrintRite3D - Machine Learning makes it EASY

Presented by Sigma Labs

Using PrintRite3D by Sigma Labs has always assisted your operation with reduction of scrap, streamlining processes, and reducing human time… now with machine learning we make it easier and do it better!

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Alex Benham
Sigma Labs

Regaining control of your production with AM Post Processing Automation

Presented by AM Flow

AM-Flow is the Industry 4.0 technology provider for the Additive Manufacturing industry. Combining expert knowledge in the field of 3D-shape identification, industrial machine vision and AI software, together with the integration of AM production-line hardware and MES software, AM-Flow delivers building blocks to end-to-end automate the 3D-printing process.

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Carlos Zwikker
AM Flow

Send files, not spare parts!

 Presented by Ivaldi

Ivaldi software and services platform helps traditional industries identify spare parts ideal for 3D-print on-demand, enabling industry leaders to reduce cost, time and carbon footprint. Inventory and procurement data is easily connected in from ERP systems and other internal databases in order to provide real-time actionable business intelligence insight. By leveraging digital and certified parts, processes and print partners physical inventory and carry costs can be reduced while trust is being built in your digital inventory and on-demand manufacturing system, eventually saving time and costs for the user, and a negative footprint on the environment.

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Espen Siversten
Ivaldi

Streamlining AM Development & Getting to Production

Presented by GE Additive

Additive industrialization is entering a new phase as manufacturers embrace the technology and integrate it into their long-term manufacturing strategies.Built on decades of expertise, GE Additive is focused on reducing the total time and effort it takes to get to full-scale metal additive production. A critical component to this is streamlining and enhancing the entire process.

In this presentation we will demo GE Additive’s AmpTM software platform. Focused on customers who are ready to industrialize their additive processes, Amp streamlines the additive manufacturing (AM) development process into a data centric workflow. Leveraging this workflow, we are able to achieve new levels of efficiency and introduce processes that were once considered difficult or “nice to have” into a comprehensive experience. Our jam sessions will touch on Build Preparation and Simulation & Compensation.

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Nicolas Sabo
GE Additive

Ultra-High Resolution Micro 3D Printing

Presented by Boston Micro Fabrication

Boston Micro Fabrication specializes in micro precision 3D printing. The company’s microArch system leverages light, customizable optics, a high quality movement platform and controlled processing technology to produce the industry’s most accurate and precise high-resolution 3D printed parts. This demo will allow you to dive deeper into our Projection Micro Stereolighography (PµSL) technology and how it works. We will highlight the microArch S240, BMF's latest micro-precision 3D printer.

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Peter Ho
Boston Micro Fabrication
Phil Mooney
Boston Micro Fabrication

World Premiere: LASERTEC 3000 DED hybrid

Presented by DMG MORI

Join us for the World Premiere of the LASERTEC 3000 DED hybrid. This machine represents the next generation of metal hybrid additive machines: 6-sided directed energy deposition and machining in one set up, automated parts transfer between spindles, large envelope and next generation AM monitoring. Get an exclusive view on this new machine concept and be part of a product launch that will change the industry.

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Nils Niemeyer
DMG MORI
Robert Chiari
DMG MORI

Xact Metal XM200C 3D Printer Demo

Presented by Xact Metal

Xact Metal XM200C Power-Bed Fusion Metal 3D Printer Demo. The XM200C deploys a laser-based powder-bed fusion technology in which a fiber laser selectively melts thin layers of metal powder, one at a time, to create parts directly from a 3D-CAD model. Powered by our patent-pending Xact Core™ gantry system, the XM200C continues to revolutionize metal 3D printing.

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Dave Jankowski
Xact Metal
Stevie Fealtman
Xact Metal
2021-06-17 13:00:00

Fireside Chat: AM's Role in Sustainability

Additive manufacturing has the potential to play a role in each step of the circular economyWhat does that mean and in what ways can AM enable more sustainable manufacturing will be explored. 

Marie Langer
EOS
Sherry Handel
AMGTA
2021-06-17 16:00:00

Executive Panel: What's Next for AM?

Even as improvements are made to existing applications, we want to prepare for what’s next; what will be the next big application area? The next process, material, or other development to increase the ability to maximize benefits of 3D printing? A panel of thought leaders will address where we go from here.  

Amber Andreaco
GE Additive
Kevin McAlea
Nexa3D
Christine Reilley
ASME
2021-06-17 10:00:00

Executive Panel: AM Innovation Pushing Application Forward

Innovation in processes, materials, software, systems and more are pushing the use of additive manufacturing forward. These developments, their advantages, and how they are enabling new applications will be discussed. 

Craig Carlson
Carbon
Anthony Graves
HP Digital Manufacturing Software
Lauralyn McDaniel
ASME