3D Printing Webinar and Event Summary: June 13, 2021 – 3DPrint.com

In this week’s round-up of events and webinars, we cover topics like software, metal binder jetting, luxury 3D printing, and more. So let’s dive right in!

What’s new in Mimics Innovation Suite 24?

On Tuesday, June 15 at 10 a.m. EST, Materialize will host a webinar entitled “Discover What’s What’s New in MIS 24” with a live question-and-answer session on the latest features in Materialize Mimics Suite 24. Sebastian De Boodt and other Materialize experts discuss some of the most important improvements to the software, such as the assignment of realistic colors to 3D-printed or VR models to highlight anatomical structures, the new plug for “Thin Bone Segmentation” for faster segmentation, advanced Construction tools for splitting anatomical models into parts and more.

“Innovation doesn’t stand still; it pushes boundaries in a constantly changing world. That’s why the Mimics Innovation Suite evolves with you to help you master challenges and find innovative, sustainable solutions to improve patient care.

“Attend this webinar to see firsthand how upgrading to Mimics Innovation Suite 24 can help you do your best job ever.”

You can register for the webinar here.

Arburg at the Virtual Engineering Days

The Virtual Engineering Days event sponsored by Informa PLC will take place June 15-17 and will bring together professionals and suppliers from the Pack, Plastec, ATX and Design & Manufacturing events along with a bonus track for packaging training from Cannabis Packaging Summit. There will be over 30 free design, engineering and manufacturing content sessions, including one from Arburg from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday the 16th, via its Freeformer 3D printer.

The presentation is entitled “Medical Applications with Pellet-Based 3D Printing – Highlighting Implantable Materials and Pharmaceuticals” and begins with Gerry Berberian, the company’s National Sales Manager, about the 3D printing process Arburg Plastic Freeforming (APF). Then Balaji Prabhu, Director Strategic Marketing Medical Device Solutions at Evonik, will talk about absorbable biomaterials that can be printed on the Freeformer for implants. Finally, Dr. Sheng Qi from the University of East Anglia’s School of Pharmacy on how the Freeformer can be used to create new personalized health products. You can register for the virtual event here.

GE Additive: Design for jetting metal binders

On the 16th at 10am EST, GE Additive will host the latest in its webinar series, “Design for Metal Binder Jet: A Way to Create a Winning Business Case.” Personnel engineer Jinjie Shi, Lead Designer Chris Bryant, and Binder Jet Modality Leader Jacob Brunsberg will discuss the benefits of design for metal binder jet printing and how it can be an effective method of making parts for high volume production. Topics include material properties, the binder jet design process, total part cost, its advantages over casting, part examples, and more.

Additive manufacturing has long been recognized as a disruptive approach to maximizing design freedom and improving part performance. Metal additives have become an alternative to traditional manufacturing processes. In the meantime, metal binder jetting has increased the construction speed by orders of magnitude, making it a viable replacement for traditional manufacturing, especially for castings. The combination of technological advances and innovative designs from Binder Jet helps make the leap to high-volume production easier. “

You can register for the webinar here.

Shapeways & ExOne for metal binder jetting

If you’re interested in a different perspective on metal binder jet 3D printing, check out Shapeways’ “Metal 3D Printing: Fast, Affordable, and Flexible with Binder Jetting” on Wednesday the 16th at 10am EST and ExOne over. Steve Weart, Director of Customer Success at Shapeways, and Brandon Cary, Technical Sales Manager at ExOne, will discuss how the partner companies complement each other in 3D printing high-performance metal parts, as well as the benefits of binder jet printing and part design for ExOnes Metal 3D-Printing, why you can combine materials like steel and bronze for bespoke industrial products and more.

“Learn how Shapeways and ExOne manufacture industrial components using a metal matrix material of steel and bronze for small and large-scale consumer products and 316L stainless steel, an alloyed industrial metal for applications such as mechanical machinery and surgical tools.”

You can register for the webinar here.

3D printing for the luxury industry

The final webinar, on the 16th at 10am EST, is “The Potential of Additive Manufacturing for the Luxury Sector: From Unique Packaging Designs to Highly Customized Fashion and Jewelry,” hosted by Sculpteo and BASF Forward AM. Experts from both companies will discuss the advantages of AM for the luxury sector, such as short lead times, design freedom, textures and small batch production. You will also discuss some practical use cases.

“3D printing is changing the manufacturing processes of companies across all industries and worldwide – and at an incredibly high speed. For the fashion industry, jewelry and packaging design in the luxury sector, additive manufacturing has great potential that must be recognized and implemented. “

You can register for the webinar here.

Desktop Metal & nTopology on DfAM

On Wednesday the 16th from 11 am to 2 pm EST, Desktop Metal and nTopology will host a joint webinar on the topic of “Design for Additive Manufacturing”. Participants will learn what to consider when designing parts for additive manufacturing, also known as DfAM, and the differences between Desktop Metal and EnvisionTEC’s 3D printing capabilities. In addition, the webinar provides some customer examples of optimized additive parts and how nTopology enables designers and engineers to get the most out of AM.

“Over the next decade, additive manufacturing will enable new products to reach unprecedented levels of complexity, be 30-50% lighter, and be custom-made for each local market.

“Join this event to see how you can take advantage of some of these benefits today, from tips and tricks on designing parts for 3D printing in CAD to next-generation technologies like topology optimization software, to exploit the full potential of 3D printing in metals, polymers and elastomers. “

You can register for the webinar here.

CAD / CAM for automating milling-turning programming

The Modern Machine Shop is hosting a webinar entitled “Automate Mill-Turn Programming Using Integrated CAD / CAM,” presented by CAMWorks on the 16th at 2pm EST. Marc Bissell, Senior Applications Specialist at HCL America, will explain how the latest integrated CAD / CAM technology automates CNC programming for mill-turn machines and speeds up the process. Topics include synchronizing simultaneous milling and turning operations, measuring tools and operations, and more.

“Multitasking machines are a great investment to improve accuracy and reduce the number of setups, but programming them can often be time consuming. Integrated CAD / CAM helps you get started quickly to achieve the required ROI.

“This is the right webinar for companies with complex milling-turning-multitasking machines.”

You can register for the webinar.

ASME Virtual AM Tech Forum

The ASME-powered virtual, interactive AM tech forum will be open all day Thursday, June 17, and will focus on product discovery, showcasing award-winning technology innovations, and cross-industry AM rollout. Participants can find out about the latest AM products, technologies and services, meet virtually with colleagues, look for solutions to challenges in the marketplace and much more.

“Through product demonstrations and product launches, you can find and compare solutions side by side. Connect with solution providers for in-depth discussions. Add your vote and choose the “best in class” in the live competition.

“All industries are presented. You will find ideas here that you can now use for any AM application, including aerospace and defense, medicine, automotive, energy, sports and other consumer products, and more. “

Here you can register for the AM Tech Forum.

TriMech about the invitation to the 3DEXPERIENCE project

The latest TriMech webinar is titled “What To Do If You Have Been Invited to a 3DEXPERIENCE Project,” and will take place on the 17th at 10am EST. Application Engineer Eric Lanoue explains the initial setup experience for a new 3DEXPERIENCE user invited to a project, including creating your own custom user interface, accessing content, navigating the platform and more.

“The 3DThe EXPERIENCE platform enables companies to achieve operational excellence by bringing everyone together – from the laboratory to the factory to the customer. What if you’ve never used this before? 3DEXPERIENCE platform and you don’t know where to start? TriMech is here to help! “

You can register for the webinar here.

Materialize Mimics Enlight LAAO Planner

The final webinar of the week, “Explore the Mimics Enlight LAAO Planner,” will take place on Thursday the 17th at 11am EST. In a live question-and-answer session, the technical experts Michael Forbes and Winthe Vandoren, Cardiovascular Technical Consultants at Materialize Mimics Enlight, together with Dr. Abdel Hakim Moustafa the advantages of case planning of a left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO) with 3D-CT with Mimics Enlight and how to use the new LAAO planner from Materialize.

“~ 20% of LAAO cases can be challenging due to complex anatomies during labor. 3D CT planning has 100 percent procedural success (compared to 92% with 2D TEE) and a 25 percent reduction in procedural time (compared to 2D TEE) *. Pre-procedural 3D CT planning can help reduce problems in demanding procedures by improving the accuracy, effectiveness, and safety of LAAO. “

You can register for the webinar here.

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