Recorded Webinars



Video: Additive Manufacturing Advances at Caterpillar

Stacey DelVecchio of Caterpillar describes how AM is moving forward within a large and established company. Today, there is tooling and aftermarket parts. Ultimately, the technology will empower engineers to realize parts and products “they never even dreamed possible.”

Video: AM Succeeds with Executive Support

Güngör Kara of EOS sees buy-in from the top of the organization being a valuable factor in additive manufacturing realizing its full promise.

Video: AM’s Value Is in Product More Than Process

Marc Saunders of Renishaw says manufacturers must consider “what kind of play they’re going to make with additive.” The broadest perspective looks at AM’s potential to affect the performance of the entire product.

Video: Update on Hybrid Manufacturing

Greg Hyatt of DMG MORI notes expanded range of subtractive operations and applications likely to benefit from hybrid.

Video: Practical Considerations of Printing Functional Parts

Jonathan Schroeder of 3D Platform considers 3D printing as a manufacturer. Here are some considerations of making functional parts and cost-effective production parts.

Video: Safety Is No. 1 in Metal AM

John Murray of Concept Laser discusses safety, quality and automation as they relate to additive manufacturing for production metal parts.

Video: The Challenges Facing Additive Manufacturing

Roger Hart of Siemens describes the control technology that will address AM challenges such as surface finish and reproducibility.

Video: Additive Manufacturing Continues to Advance

James Fendrick of SLM Solutions discusses the growing adoption of AM technology in this video interview.

Video: Microfactories, Large-Scale Machines and 3D Printers in Schools

Lonnie Love of Oak Ridge National Laboratories discusses the various factors that will contribute to the advance of additive manufacturing.

Video: Material, Machine and Quality Control Improvements in AM

Arcam’s Francisco Medina discusses the advantages of electron beam melting (EBM), enabling factors for AM production and the future of powder-bed machines.

Video: Is Additive Manufacturing a Competitor to CNC Machining?

Not at all, says Renishaw’s Robert Chiari. The manufacturing methods complement one another, which is why many machining facilities are looking to AM.

Video: Toolingless Manufacturing and the Impact of Additive on Automotive Production

Jay Rogers of Local Motors discusses his company’s coming 3D-printed car and what it represents.

Video: Custom Manufacturing Through 3D Printing

The founder of earbud manufacturer Normal describes how commonplace digital technology + 3D printing allow a consumer product to be tailored to the end user.