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Upcoming 3D Printing, 3D Scanning, 3D Software & Desktop CNC Events
Discover the Formlabs Form 3L
Recording Coming Soon
Curious about the Formlabs Form 3L and wanted to see it in person? We’re getting as close as we can by bringing the tradeshow floor to your home office with a product demo and Q+A with Formlabs Product Manager Kyle McNulty.
See a walkthrough of the 3L
Learn how LFS technology scales to large format SLA printing
Get a sneak peek the Formlabs testing sites
To find out more, register below to join us.
What’s the best 3D Printer?
We will delve into the vast world of 3D printers. Whether you need to be designing high strength end use parts or high resolution prototypes we will cover the pros and cons of different printers to help decipher what the best 3D printer is for you.
To find out more, register below to join us.
The 6 Biggest Concerns of 3D Printing Parts
In this webinar we will address the 6 common concerns of moving production to additive manufacturing.
You will understand how 3D printing has matured in industry with real life case studies and how return on investment studies ensure a risk free additive solution, to current headaches.
Selecting the Right 3D
Deep dive into Formlabs’s latest 3D Printing Materials and explore how to choose the right SLA material for your application.
A Guide to Designing for Additive Manufacturing
Want to know how to achieve the best possible results when designing parts to be 3D printed? Tune in to gain an insight into how best to design your parts with 3D printing in mind to ensure the best possible results in the quickest times.
3D Printing Q & A Session
Interested in 3D printing? Want to know how to 3D print parts as strong as Aluminum? What are the best materials to print with?
This webcast was a live Q & A session led entirely by attendee questions! Watch to watch it again? Contact us to get the catch up link below.
Discover PrintCity and Business Growth hub and get product development hints and Tips from Mark Chester
Ultimaker Cura Workflow Masterclass
3D printing expert, Matt Griffin, will be joined by Ultimaker Cura developer, Kostas Karma, and Ultimaker application engineer, Terri-Ann dela Cruz, as they share expert insights and walkthrough their workflows.
Key takeaways and demonstrations will include:
– How to optimise print profile settings and whether to “keep” or “discard” changes
– When is the right time to export your drawing from CAD? (Based on Ultimaker Cura’s surprising power as 3D control software)
– Best practices for iterative print preparation and every lesson you should learn from each print
– The right way to use per-object settings and when they are most useful
– Easy-to-use resources for anyone who wants to develop their own printer definitions, plugins, or print profiles
– And a whole lot more tips and tricks!
Formlabs Form 3L Live Talk Show
Say goodbye to expensive and time-intensive outsourcing of large scaled 3D printed parts. With the Form 3L, a cost-effective large-format 3D printer, you can now bring your biggest ideas to life in-house at an unprecedented price point.
On September 23 we’ll be broadcasting a live talk show with Form 3L Product Manager Kyle McNulty, and Form 3L Engineering Program Manager Caitlin Reyda. They’ll dive deep into the technology behind the Form 3L, walk you through three real large scale prints, do a live demonstration of using the Form 3L.
What you’ll learn:
– What’s under the hood of the Form 3L (we’ll show real life components inside of the printer).
– How a sports equipment manufacturer dropped outsourcing and prototyped large scale, impact resistant parts in-house.
– How the Form 3L is designed to minimise maintenance and supervision
– How to efficiently post-process large scale parts in-house (we’ll demonstrate a live wash).
P.S. We’ve set up a new studio with three cameras on set so you’ll get an immersive learning experience. Because of this you’ll receive the correct join link just before the webinar begins via email, so please check your inbox.
5 Axis CNC on
With Desktop Metal 3D Printing still years away many companies are now turning to desktop CNC to produce small parts from stainless steel quickly, efficiently and cost effectively.
Pocket NC designs and manufactures quality 5-axis desktop CNC milling machines for industrial, educational and personal users. Our desktop milling machines are made in the USA with the utmost attention paid to the details of design, manufacturing and assembly. Simple to setup and start 5-axis machining right from your desktop at home, in the office, classroom or lab.
The webinar will begin with a overview of the product, followed by a demo on how to set up and start cutting a part and then we will finish with a live Q&A.
How Dana Transformed Their Business with Additive Manufacturing
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Dana Incorporated is a Fortune-500 company with a rich 115-year history as a supplier of drivetrain and e-Propulsion systems for the automotive industry. With 36,000 employees in 33 countries and manufacturing facilities all around the world, Dana has deployed numerous Markforged metal and carbon fiber 3D printers across their factories with more planned.
Join us for a fireside chat with Terry Hammer, VP Engineering – Light Vehicle Drive Systems at Dana, to hear why Dana took a strategic approach to additive manufacturing adoption and implementation across their business units, and how they adapted to the recent market conditions.
3D Scanning – Real World Reverse Engineering
Peel 3D Scanners provide professional-grade handheld 3D scanning in its purest form. Simply create high-quality 3D scans of small or large objects whilst keeping your project on a budget.
These 3D Scanners can scan most items directly without any preparation as they recognise the shape of objects automatically. Trying to scan something very smooth? Very rough? Very big? Very small? No problem! This demo shows you how you can use 3D Scanning to save time & money with real world examples.
How 3D Printing is Modernising the Classic Car Parts Market for SNG Barratt
Join us as Tom James, an Engineer working for SNG Barratt Group Ltd discusses how the company has adopted 3D printing to manufacture end use parts to satisfy the increasing demand from the classic car market. The journey that SNG Barratt has gone through from researching products on the market right through to producing high quality end use parts for £250,000 classic cars is discussed along with case studies to demonstrate some of the machine capabilities and learning points along the way.
What you’ll learn:
-The benefits of printing parts over injection moulding
-Investment in teams behind the printer
-Highs and lows of setting up and producing parts
-Material selection for your application
-Post Processing prints
-What running a printer is like in a production environment
Optimise Your 3D Printing Experience
Materialise Magics is a versatile, industry-leading data preparation and STL editor software for Additive Manufacturing that allows you to convert files to STL, repair errors, edit your design and prepare your build platform. Ready to prepare your model for 3D Printing?
How to select temperature-resistant materials for FFF
Need tips on how temperature affects your materials at various stages? How does temperature exposure impact a material – and how can you plan for better temperature performance?
Our webinar includes:
A baseline kick-off on polymer science topics for FFF 3D printing materials
Tips on how to identify and address material requirements for manufacturing and prototyping projects
The role temperature and temperature-related engineering properties play in selecting materials for FFF
News on how certified materials will impact future serial production applications that use FFF 3D printing. In the spotlight is LEHVOSS Group’s LUVOCOM® 3F filament series
Inspiring industrial application practices for manufacturing and engineering
Attend live to join the conversation and get your questions answered.
3D Printing is reinventing manufacturing today!
Our 3D Printing events are designed to help you discover the various 3D Printing Brands, the material science, 3D Printing techniques & most importantly the 3D Printing applications engineering companies globally are adapting to move their prototyping & manufacturing to Additive Techniques.
Why not come along to one of our 3D Printing events or webinars above to find out more about:
Industrial 3D Printing | 3D Scanning | Desktop 3D Printing | Desktop CNC
Understand the 3D Printing market place & technologies available
Carbon Fibre is changing the face of 3D printing – learn how
Understand real world ROI and how 3D printing pays for itself quickly
Send us your CAD file to see us analyse it live at the event
Learn where to look for 3D Printing opportunities in your business
Replace costly metal parts on your shopfloor
CAD to 3D Print is simple – we show you how