Digitizing Production of Custom Large-Format Automotive Parts

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Digitizing Production of Custom Large Format Automotive Parts

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Join BigRep, CAD MicroSolutions and JK Automotive Designs for a live webinar as we walk through the process of manufacturing end use parts for custom automotive interiors and more!

Learn how digitizing this process drastically reduces production time and number of stages while saving money and material costs. Also hear from Jeremy Katz, owner of JK Automotive Designs in Stoneham, Massachusetts and see first hand how Katz embraced different technologies, allowing his team to offer more to their clients and continue exceeding expectations. Walk through the shop and get an inside view to the 3D printers Katz and crew use to stay ahead of the curve more.

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  • Tips & Tricks for data collection and preparation for modeling
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Modeling from Scan Data
  • Creating a physical twin through 3D printing demonstrated with BigRep
  • 3D Printing vs traditional methods of manufacturing
  • Post processing options to enable the part for end use
  • Plus hear from Jeremy Katz owner of JK Automotive Designs and see a live walkthrough of his shop!

 

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DURATION: 60 minutes

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Join BigRep, CAD MicroSolutions and JK Automotive Designs for a live webinar as we walk through the process of manufacturing end use parts for custom automotive interiors and more!

Learn how digitizing this process drastically reduces production time and number of stages while saving money and material costs. Also hear from Jeremy Katz, owner of JK Automotive Designs in Stoneham, Massachusetts and see first hand how Katz embraced different technologies, allowing his team to offer more to their clients and continue exceeding expectations. Walk through the shop and get an inside view to the 3D printers Katz and crew use to stay ahead of the curve more.

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR TO LEARN ABOUT

  • Tips & Tricks for data collection and preparation for modeling
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Modeling from Scan Data
  • Creating a physical twin through 3D printing demonstrated with BigRep
  • 3D Printing vs traditional methods of manufacturing
  • Post processing options to enable the part for end use
  • Plus hear from Jeremy Katz owner of JK Automotive Designs and see a live walkthrough of his shop!

 

OVERVIEW

DURATION: 60 minutes

PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM
TO WATCH THE WEBINAR


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