3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: August 28, 2022 – 3DPrint.com

For this week’s roundup, Stratasys and Markforged continue their tours, and the Ceramics Expo begins tomorrow in Cleveland. Allevi will host a webinar on pancreatic tumor bioprinting, 3D Systems will discuss additive manufacturing for satellites, Nanoscribe will host a webinar on microneedles, and more. Read on for all the details!

August 29 – 31: Ceramic Expo

First, Ceramics Expo returns to Cleveland August 30-31, but this year it is co-located with the inaugural Thermal Management Expo at the Huntington Convention Center. With over 200 exhibitors from across the advanced ceramics and glass manufacturing supply chain, the conference program has been designed to help attendees address key challenges in the advanced ceramics industry, such as that understanding the impact of business growth on materials development and manufacturing capabilities, considering the development of the ceramics market in the coming years, solving the logistics of conversion energy-efficient processing techniques for more sustainable operations, and more.

“Ceramics Expo brings together the global ceramic and glass supply chains to source the latest materials, components and technologies, provide face-to-face networking and business opportunities, and discuss future challenges and opportunities facing the technical ceramics industry is facing.”

You can register for the exhibition here.

August 29 – September 2: 3D Printing News Unpeeled

Our Editor-in-Chief Joris Peels, who is also VP at SmarTech Analysis, started a daily news feed called 3D Printing News Unpeeled. Every weekday at 9:30 a.m. EST, Peels tunes into LinkedIn Live and tells us, in 20 minutes or less, what he considers to be the 5 most exciting news stories in the 3D printing industry today. there, and why they are important. . Some of the stories in his summary are the ones we’ve covered on 3DPrint.com, and some aren’t, but they’re all interesting and impactful in their own way.

The next 3D Printing News Unpeeled live stream will be this Monday, August 29 at 9:30 a.m. EST and will continue the rest of the week at the same time. You don’t want to miss it!

August 29: The Experience Stratasys tour continues

The Experience Stratasys tour continues in New York this week. The truck will arrive at the CADimensions office in Syracuse on Monday, August 29.

“Our mobile showroom gives you a local, convenient way to speak with 3D printing experts and see the latest 3D printers, materials and solutions from Stratasys. Explore Stratasys Direct’s additive manufacturing services and learn how your organization can benefit from 3D printing applications.

You can register for the Stratasys Experience Tour here. Stay tuned for more dates and locations in the future!

August 30: Pancreatic tumor bioprinted with Allevi

Allevi by 3D Systems is hosting the company’s first webinar this week, “Bioprinted Pancreatic Tumor: Next-Generation Tool for Anti-Cancer Assessment,” at 11:00 a.m. EST on Tuesday, 30. In this User Spotlight webinar, Shreyas Gaikwad, a doctoral student at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, will be the keynote speaker and will cover topics such as a pancreatic tumor microenvironment, bioink considerations, and characterization parameters, such as tumor stiffness, radiation therapy, changes protein expression, cell viability and proliferation, and more.

“This webinar will focus on the production and characterization of bioprinted pancreatic tumor models using an Allevi 3D bioprinter.”

You can register for the webinar here.

August 30: Metafold’s LightCycle DfAM Platform

Also at 11:00 a.m. EST on the 30th, Metafold, a MESH Consultants spin-off specializing in large-scale 3D-printed lattice structures, is hosting a webinar on “LightCycle: DfAM for High-Complexity Geometry.” This webinar marks the start of beta testing for the company’s cloud-based LightCycle DfAM software platform. Attendees will learn how LightCycle can speed up their 3D printing workflows.

“Metafold CTO, Daniel Hambleton, will present our new software for creating highly complex parts for 3D printing. We’ll show you how to speed up your process on parts with lattices and other surface types (way beyond gyroid!).

You can register for the webinar here.

August 30: Fast, large-scale 3D printing with Massivit

The Massivit 5000, which uses the company’s unique Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) technology, has been designed to meet the needs of the automotive, marine and rail industries, and helps service offices and manufacturers streamline their workflow and speed up turnaround times. You can learn more about the printer in a webinar at 12 p.m. EST on the 30th, “Large Scale 3D Printing at Unprecedented Speed”. Massivit’s systems include robust, high-volume hardware for rapid 3D printing of large-scale prototypes, parts and molds, as well as user-friendly software, advanced slicing algorithms and a range of high-performance photopolymer materials.

“Explore the 3D printing capabilities of the Massivit 5000 which offers accelerated production of large, durable parts and a range of print materials for high precision production.”

You can register for the webinar here.

August 31 and September 2: Forged Tour Part Two

The Forged Tour Part Two world tour, featuring the digital forge, pints and snacks, continues this week in the United States. On Wednesday, August 31, GSC and Markforged will visit Ellison Technologies in Plymouth, Minnesota at 10 a.m. CDT (11 a.m. EST), as well as Mad Anthony Brewing Co in Fort Wayne, Indiana with Integrated Machinery Systems at 4 p.m. IS.

“We invite you to meet in person the platform that prints industrial parts at the speed of software. Digital Forging is a combination of software, materials, and printers that gives you solid and reliable solutions to your manufacturing challenges.

Stay tuned for more dates and locations in the future!

August 31: 3D and AM systems for satellites

3D Systems will hold its second webinar of the week, “Additive Manufacturing for Satellites: Advances in Passive RF and Lightweight Structure,” at 11:00 a.m. EST on the 31st, sponsored by microwave log. The objective of the webinar is to help organizations take a step back, assess their functional requirements and establish a realistic roadmap from smallest (individual flight parts) to greatest successes AM a secure supply chain which offers system-level improvements). Together with 3D Systems AIG speakers, Koen Huybrechts, Aerospace Application Development Manager, Belgium, and Joe Dopkowski, Senior Applications Engineer, Colorado, attendees will learn how leading OEMs, research institutes and suppliers have designed and proven lightweight structure and passive radio frequency. (RF) components for ground and space with AM.

“3D Systems, through Layerwise, has partnered with Thales Alenia Space since 2013 to support the development of AM applications with metal additive manufacturing. The collaboration with Airbus Defense and Space started in 2015 as a development and qualification partner for new additively manufactured passive RF applications.

“3D Systems has enabled over 2,000 Ti and Al alloy structural components for spaceflight since 2015, over 200 critical passive RF flight parts since 2017, and has provided flight hardware for over 15 satellites.”

You can register for the webinar here.

September 1: 3DHEALS on India’s healthcare 3D printing ecosystem

On Thursday, September 1 at 11:00 a.m. EST, 3DHEALS will host a Zoom session on “3D Printing Ecosystem in Healthcare: India” moderated by Firoza Kothari, Co-Founder and CTO of Anatomiz3D. Speakers will be Dr. Mahesh Kappanayil, Professor of Pediatric Cardiology and Founder of 3D Printing, Virtual Reality and Innovation Lab at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Kochi, Kerala, India; Piyush Padmanabhan, CEO and co-founder of Next Big Innovation Labs; Mahesh Dhoka, director of 3D Incredible; Yearla Srinivasa Rao, Chief Operating Officer, Medoja Health Private Limited; and Dr. Jatin Kakrani, co-founder of Smiles.ai.

“In this lightning cycle, we would like to connect experts from India’s 3D printing healthcare ecosystem with 3DHEALS audiences around the world, highlighting their breakthroughs and entrepreneurial life, and opening up new channels of conversation about partnerships. We curated a very diverse and representative group of panelists from dental 3D printing, medical 3D printing and bio-printing. While it’s impossible to truly dive deep into the entrepreneurial culture and ecosystem of the community without being there physically, we aim to bring the most influential voices to the virtual event to give everyone a taste of what what it’s like to invest, work for and partner with Indian startups in the space.

You can register for the webinar here.

September 1: 3D printing of micro-needles for medical applications

Finally, also at 11:00 a.m. EST on the 1st, Nanoscribe will host a free webinar and demo on “Microneedles for Medical Applications – Rapid Prototyping, Direct 3D Printing, Mass Production and Use Cases.” Moderated by Dr. Remmi Baker-Sediako, Life Sciences Business Development Manager at Nanoscribe, the webinar will focus on the use of two-photon polymerization (2PP) 3D printing to fabricate highly precise microneedles. and minimally invasive. Dr. Benjamin Richter, Physicist and Applications Manager at Nanoscribe, will provide an introduction to the basics, principles and capabilities of 2PP, as well as a live demonstration of 3D printing microneedles on the Quantum X bio. Next, Professor Ryan Donnelly, Chair of Pharmaceutical Technology at Queen’s University Belfast, will present the potential of microneedle arrays for transdermal drug delivery, as well as other novel medical applications, such as structures scar reduction, biosensors, pain relief patches, etc.

“As minimally invasive devices, microneedles have great application potential in various fields such as drug delivery, vaccination, blood collection, disease diagnosis and patient monitoring. It is important to note that the design and materials of microneedles strongly affect their targeted application and efficient translation in clinical trials. Moreover, the scalability of microneedle production directly depends on the strategy implemented to microfabricate reproducible and precisely shaped microneedle arrays.

You can register for the webinar here.

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