How Large-Format 3D Printing is Changing the Way We Produce Parts

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HOW LARGE-FORMAT 3D PRINTING IS CHANGING THE WAY WE PRODUCE PARTS

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3D Printing has been changing the way we create prototypes for more than 30 years.  As new additive technologies emerged and more materials hit the market, 3D printing has evolved into an alternative manufacturing method to produce parts.

During the webinar, we’ll explain real life scenarios of our customers – starting with the challenges they were experiencing and how they changed the way they produced their parts.  Using a large-format 3D printer, these customers were able to see big time and cost savings from prototypes to end use parts.

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  • What is large-format 3D printing
  • Advantages of large-format 3D printing
  • How large-format is changing the way you produce parts
  • Applications that are seeing the biggest impact

 

OVERVIEW

TITLE: HOW LARGE-FORMAT 3D PRINTING IS CHANGING THE WAY WE PRODUCE PARTS

DATE: November 3 at 1:00 pm EST

DURATION: 40 minutes

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SPEAKERS:

Speaker: Tim RuffnerTim Ruffner
Sales Director, Americas

      • 15 years of additive manufacturing experience from metal to plastics
      • Responsible for educating individuals on why large format 3D printing could work well for their organization (aka sales)
      • Connect with Tim on LinkedIn

 

Speaker: Chris Lee

Chris Lee
Application Engineer & Technician

  • Provide pre and post sale technical support
  • Help run BigRep's 3D printing service, 3DPARTLAB
  • Connect with Chris on LinkedIn

 


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