3D Printing Webinar and Events Roundup: July 24, 2022 – 3DPrint.com


Nanoscribe is hosting a week of online training, and Markforged and Stratasys are continuing their respective tours. Massivit hosts a webinar on automated mold production for composite materials, Nexa3D will discuss the importance of collaboration in the AM industry with prominent guests, and America Makes hosts the SIMBA channel. These are just a few of the event and webinar offerings we’ll be covering in this week’s roundup!

July 25 – 28: Nanoscribe Online Training Week

Nanoscribe is hosting another of its online training weeks, starting tomorrow July 25th and ending on Thursday 28th. Each day will offer a different basic or advanced online training course focusing on high precision 3D printing of l company, all taught by Dr. Aaron Kobler, Customer Success Expert at Nanoscribe. The Basic Training will take place on the 25th from 1-2pm CEST (7am-8am EST), while the Advanced Training – 3D Small Features Solution Set will take place from 1-4pm CEST (7am-10am EST) on the 26th. 27, from 1pm to 3pm CEST (7am to 9am EST), an Advanced Training – 3D Medium Feature Solution Set will take place. Finally, Advanced Training – 3D Large Feature Solution Set will take place from 1-3pm CEST (7-9am EST) on the 28th.

“As a participant in basic training, you will immediately learn how to start working with the Nanoscribe system. With the Advanced training, you will deepen your knowledge even more. You’ll learn about advanced features and how to optimize your print job accordingly.

Log in to NanoGuide to register.

July 26 – 29: Forged Tour Part 2

Markforged is continuing their Forged Tour Part Two world tour across the US and APAC region, July 26-29. First, on the 26th, the tour will stop at The Chair Factory in Gainesville, Georgia with 3DOLOGiE at 9:00 a.m. EST, then Breaker Brewing Company in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA at 3:30 p.m. EST with Phillips, and finally at 3:00 a.m. EST. Nations Brewing in Dallas, Texas with MLC CAD at 5 p.m. EST. The tour heads to the FireWorks restaurant in Lincoln, Nebraska on the 27th with EXBuild at 2:00 p.m. EST, but also to Concrete Digital headquarters in Melbourne, Australia with SFDesign at 4:00 p.m. AEST. The tour will stop at Thaddeus Stephens Technical School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Phillips at 10 a.m. EST on the 28th, as well as the American Solera Brewery in Tulsa, Oklahoma with MLC CAD at 5 p.m. EST. Finally, on the 29th, the tour will head to the Chemtron showroom in Henderson Industrial Park, Singapore at 10 a.m. SST on the 29th.

“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!

July 26: Automated production of molds for composites with Massivit

At 12:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday 26th, Massivit is hosting a webinar on “Automated mold production for composite materials” about its new Cast In Motion (CIM) technology. Attendees will learn how the technology combines high-performance thermoset materials with ultra-fast 3D printing and shortened workflow in a giant digital tooling system – the Massivit 10000 – to manufacture complex, custom molds and prototypes. and cores, in just a few days, and with much less waste.

“This state-of-the-art additive manufacturing system allows manufacturers to directly print high-performance isotropic molds in days instead of weeks. Discover automated tooling that eliminates the need for a cap, speeding up mold production by 80%, reducing costs and minimizing waste. Discover a range of tooling and prototyping applications for the automotive, marine, rail, architectural, bathware and sporting industries. »

You can register for the webinar here.

July 26: Stratasys continues AM manufacturing in automotive series

Stratasys continues its four-part webinar series this week on “The Future of Automotive: Moving from Traditional Manufacturing to Additive Manufacturing”. The first session took place on July 14 and focused on 3D printing applications for transportation, and at 1 p.m. large, cost-effective and customizable auto parts. and prototypes. Upcoming sessions will cover SAF and P3 technologies and feature special guests. Plus, attendees can chat directly with expert application engineers after each presentation about how to energize their own automotive applications.

“Many of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers are using Stratasys technology to help them innovate within their businesses. Stratasys has hosted a series of webinars that outline current automotive applications and provide insight into what 3D printing will become in the automotive industry in the near future.

If you haven’t already subscribed to the series, you can do so here.

July 26: SOLIDWORKS at DELMIAWorks

Also at 1 p.m. on the 26th, Dassault Systèmes will discuss the integration between DriveWorks, which is SOLIDWORKS’ most popular CPQ add-on and can help easily create 3D product visuals, and DELMIAWorks. The webinar, “Configure to Order – SOLIDWORKS to DELMIAWorks ERP using DriveWorks”, will cover topics such as extracting information such as pricing from ERP into your CPQ, transmitting customer orders directly in ERP, creation of manufacturing BOM in DELMIAWorks to start manufacturing planning and manufacturing, and more. Speakers from DriveWorks will be CEO and Co-Founder Glen Smith and IT and Implementation Specialist Adam Baker.

“By integrating the two, you get the power, flexibility, and reuse of your SOLIDWORKS design data with DriveWorks for CPQ (configuration, price, quote) with the leader in manufacturing ERP, DELMIAWorks.”

You can register for the webinar here.

July 27-28: The Experience Stratasys tour continues

The Experience Stratasys tour continues this week in Massachusetts! First, on Wednesday, July 27, Stratasys will bring its mobile showroom to the TriMech office in Marlborough, MA. Then, on Thursday the 28th, CATI hosts the tour at Boston Harbor Distillery in Dorchester, MA.

“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!

July 27: Nexa3D Hosts a Collaboration Conversation

At 12:00 PM EST on the 27th, Nexa3D is hosting “A Collaborative Conversation” with several other AM industry leaders. The online event will be moderated by Nexa3D Co-Founder, President and CEO, Avi Reichental, and Sarah Goehrke, Senior Director, Strategic Communications and Ecosystems. They will welcome three speakers: Kristin Mulherin, Managing Director of Nexa3D, Powder Bed Solutions, and President of Women in 3D Printing; Sherri Monroe, executive director of the Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA); and Lisa Arafune, Director of Outreach, Additive Manufacturing Coalition.

“Join Nexa3D, Women in 3D Printing, the Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA), and the Additive Manufacturing Coalition for a live chat about #additivemanufacturing industry organizations and what collaboration brings to the future of #3Dprinting.”

You can subscribe to the conversation here.

July 27: Electronic Design Analysis with CST Studio Suite

Dassault is hosting another webinar this week, on “Electronic Design Analysis for PCBs, Enclosures, and Devices,” at 4 p.m. EST on the 27th. Nivedita Parthasarathy, SIMULIA Industrial Process Consultant, will discuss how the CST Studio suite can help alleviate challenges, such as complex layouts and high data rates, in the design of modern electronic devices. Using a mobile phone model, some key workflows will be examined, including sensors and wireless charging design.

“Modern electronic devices are increasingly compact, with high data rates and complex layouts. Maintaining signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), and electromagnetic compatibility during short development cycles is a challenge. Join this webinar to learn how to mitigate these challenges using Studio Suite CST to design modern electronics.

You can register for the webinar here.

July 28: Nexa3D and PepsiCo 3D Printing Challenge

At 1:00 p.m. EST Thursday, July 28, Nexa3D is hosting a second webinar, “The Pepsi (3D Printing) Challenge.” Attendees will learn how PepsiCo used 3D printing to streamline its blow mold development process from one month to just five days, how NXE 400 and Henkel xPEEK 147 materials compare to its previous solution, and more. The speakers are Max Rodriguez, Sr. Manager Global Packaging R&D of PepsiCo, and Thangtip Tekanil, R&D Packaging Engineer; Goehrke of Nexa3D; Hratch Gasparyan, Director of Enterprise Solutions for Dynamism; and Sam Bail, Director of 3D Printing and Partnerships, Loctite.

“PepsiCo does a ton of molding. While most molds are machined, Pepsi engineers developed a technique for 3D printing their molds, a process that cut tooling development time by 4 weeks to 5 days and cut costs from $10,000 to just $350 per tool.And now, with their latest 3D printers and materials, they are able to print a complete tool in just 8 hours that can support 10 000 blows in a blow molding machine.

You can register for the webinar here.

July 28: America Makes & SIMBA Chain Additive

Finally, America Makes will host a webinar at 2:00 PM EST on the 28th, “SIMBA Chain Additive with Knowledge.” There are still major barriers to 3D printing repair parts and components, and SIMBA Chain, a cloud-based, blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platform, is working with Notre Dame University to help reduce them, as well as using machine learning, blockchain and knowledge graphs to create verification and coin production directly tied to supply chain data.

“In this webinar, the project team will review their technical approach and findings. They will bring together multiple sources of information from public sources and data models into a unified query-capable interface. Use knowledge engineering as a basis for machine learning to categorize the output device for a specific room.”

You can register for the webinar here.

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