8/24/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

Viridis3D Hosts Robotic 3D Printing Demonstration Series

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Three more events have been added to the demonstration event series.

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Viridis3D, a supplier of additive manufacturing technology for making sand molds and cores for foundry applications, has teamed up with Palmer Manufacturing and Trident Alloys to provide live demonstrations of its new robotic 3D printing technology, the RAM123 printer. Demonstrations have already been hosted in June and August; now, more events have been added to the schedule.

Three additional events will be held on September 14, October 6 and November 8. Each session will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees will receive an hour-long live machine demonstration, a foundry tour, and an offsite Q&A at a nearby conference center.

Will Shambley, co-founder of Viridis3D, and Jack Palmer, president of Palmer Manufacturing & Supply, will lead the live demonstrations showing how the company makes cores and molds with the robotic 3D printing technology and discuss how Trident Alloys is using the technology in everyday production. Trident Alloys, a jobbing foundry in Springfield, Massachusetts, purchased a Viridis3D RAM123 printer in 2015, and has added 3D-printed sand molds as a quick-turn service for making production sand castings. The company has produced castings for existing customers, including prototype, production and legacy spare parts.

Space is limited in each session. For more details and to register, visit palmermfg.com/reservation.html

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