- March 5, 2014
10:00 am - 11:00 am
From medical implants to rocket engine components, SLM technology is being used to create metal components like never before. Designers are now free to consider only form and function of a part, and not be constrained by the limitations of casting, assembly, and subtractive machining.
This session will introduce you to SLM technology. We will provide an overview of the current state of the technology, and give you a look into future developments. See case studies of current products created with SLM, and see how manufacturers are using this technology to produce components that would not be possible using any other manufacturing technology.
Learn how this technology can be used to support prototyping, mass customization, and end user production parts. If you are a product designer, a manufacturer, a metals forger, or anyone else involved in the production of metal components, then you need to attend.
We encourage you to join the 3D Printing Special Interest Group at the Industrial Technology Centre for this webcast as we will be discussing the implications of this technology immediately following the session. However, if you are unable to join us, please feel free to attend the webinar online from your desktop.
To register, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate whether you will be joining us in person at ITC or from a remote location.