- December 2, 2014
9:00 am - 10:30 am
3D Printing is a rapidly advancing technology with new processes and materials continually being developed. As this technology changes, manufacturers are finding new ways to use it to improve their manufacturing processes.
Join us for an information session on Advanced 3D Printing Processes, presented by David Bernhardt of Cimetrix Solutions. Learn what 3D printers can do, and the impact they’ve had on product development and manufacturing.
Advanced 3D printing materials and processes are being used in diverse manufacturing areas. Manufacturers use polyjet technology to create short run blow molding and injection molding tooling, in addition to multi-material prototypes. New fused deposition modeling (FDM) materials and processes are being used to create soluble cores for composite structures in addition to durable end-user parts.
Attend this session to learn about:
- 3D printed tooling
- Injection molding
- Blow molding
- Soluble cores and forms
- Multi-material prototypes
- Rubber-like prototypes
- New FDM materials for end-user parts
- ULTEM 1010
If you currently use 3D printing, or if you’re interested in the latest developments in this technology, plan to attend this session.
Presented by David Bernhardt of Cimetrix Solutions. David is the Western Canada Regional Manager for Cimetrix Solutions.