Finding 5 Opportunities for 3D Printing on Your Shop Floor
December 06, 2018
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Falling hardware costs and improved material properties are leading more and more metal fabricators to integrate technologies like stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing into their prototyping and production environments.
Watch the webinar to hear Andrew Edman, applications engineer at Formlabs, share examples of the impact of 3D printing on real production workflows, from shortening feedback loops to reducing lead times by 90%. You’ll walk away with a roadmap for implementing five key additive manufacturing applications that can unlock new organizational efficiencies and create more value for your customers.
- How to validate part designs for manufacturing and create digital inventories
- How to drastically reduce costs and lead time by 3D printing jigs and fixtures
- How to plan and communicate differently with substitutes of traditional metal models
Presenter: Andrew Edman
Andrew Edman is an applications engineer at Formlabs focused on using additive technologies to create value in manufacturing and industrial workflows, like using 3D printed tooling to bridge from prototype to production. Prior to Formlabs, Andrew worked as a design and engineering consultant, helping startups and Fortune 500 companies develop products from concept through to scale manufacturing.