Complete Program Released for 3D Printing Workshop at NPE2018

Speakers include representatives from Carbon, EOS, Linear AMS, UL and more. 

The first-ever 3D Printing Workshop at NPE – The Plastics Show takes place Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The half-day Workshop covers 3D printing applications for the plastics industry, ranging from functional prototyping to molds to end-use parts. Register for NPE2018 and the 3D Printing Workshop here.

The program features the following topics and speakers: 

Multi Jet Fusion vs. Traditional Mass Production Methods

Ken Burns, Technical Sales Director, Forecast 3D, and David Tucker, Market Development Manager, 3D Printing, HP Inc.

The Greatest Impact of AM: Conformal-Cooled Inserts

Lou Young, President, Linear AMS

New Composite Materials Make 3D-Printed Molds More Efficient and Affordable

Robert Zollo, President and Founder, Avante Technology LLC

Specialized Materials for Functional Prototyping and Low-Volume Production

Thomas Raymond, Manager Additive Manufacturing, Arburg Inc., and Dr. Philip Brunner, Director of Strategic Accounts, Interfacial Consultants

Influence of 3D Printing on Safety-Critical Performance Properties

Thomas Fabian, PhD R&D Manager, Material Science, and Kenneth R. Vessey Jr., Staff Engineer, Performance Materials Division, UL LLC

3D Printing Versus Injection Molding–New Technology Changes The Balance

Scott Kraemer, Production Development Engineer, Carbon

The Promise of 3D Printing for Shoe Manufacturing

Lester Hitch, Life Cycle Solutions Specialist, EOS North America

Workshop attendees are also invited to an evening reception at 3NINE Orlando. 

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