Voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center Hosts Seminar

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Seminar on improving tooling profitability with additive manufacturing on March 21st will be hosted by Voestalpine.


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Voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center invites industry partners to its seminar, Improving Tooling Profitability with Additive Manufacturing (AM), on March 21st at the Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale location. This event will provide participants access to the company’s AM technologies and if focused on helping customers improve tooling performance, reduce produced part costs and increase productivity.  

There is no lack of information available about the transformational opportunities offered by AM. However, a challenge is cutting through the hype and asking the right questions: how to identify the good opportunities? Who to partner with? Where to start? New part or existing parts? 

This seminar will address these questions using real-world tooling examples so participants can explore possible AM opportunities. The company claims that participants will walk away more informed about how to start or continue in exploiting the potential of additive manufacturing! 

For more details and to register, contact Joshua Rooker at 214-592-5634 or joshua.rooker@voestalpine.com.


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