3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: February 5, 2023 - 3DPrint.com

by Jacob Solomon Feb 5, 2023 News
3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: February 5, 2023 - 3DPrint.com

There are lots of webinars this week, including one on supply chain resilience, another on SLA product development, and more. 3DPrint.com's own Additive Manufacturing Strategies, co-produced by SmarTech Analysis, will be in New York City next week. For all the details, read on.

February 6: Supply Chain Resiliency with Xometry & AMT

On Monday, February 6th at 2 pm, Xometry and the Association for Manufacturing Technology will present a webinars on supply chain resilience. Ryan Kelly, General Manager of AMT's San Francisco Tech Lab, and Vice President of Platform Growth and Engagement for Xometry company Thomas, will discuss the top-line findings and sourcing trends that could be influencing.

“Although 90 percent of CEOs expect supply chain concerns to stretch well into 2023, data and insights from Xometry with Forbes and Zogby reveals resilience in the face of continued disruption. The majority of CEOs – 80 percent – are planning capital investments, inclusive of talent, technology, or other improvements.”

You can register for the live event here.

February 7 – 9: Additive Manufacturing Strategies

The 6th annual Additive Manufacturing Strategies will take place in New York City from February 7 to 9. The networking and business intelligence summit is designed for stakeholders looking for focused content and networking opportunities with the top AM organizations from around the world. The opening keynote will take place on the 7th and the 8th will have a spotlight on AM in Berlin. On the 9th there will be an AM Executive Panel of leaders from several companies.

“The days are filled with expert seminars and business networking. AM Ventures hosts a special cocktail reception on the first evening at the venue. On the second evening Women in 3D Printing New York chapter teams with 3DPrint.com and several supporting sponsors for a special “happy hour” evening near the venue. We promise great views of the city and the Intrepid! Be sure to RSVP separately for this party!”

Here, you can register for AMS. Don't wait, it's almost sold out, and online pricing will be more expensive than on-site.

February 7 – 9: IME West 2023

The Anaheim Convention Center is where I ME West will be held from February 7-9. It is the largest annual advanced manufacturing event in the US and is home to five connected engineering trade shows. Many AM industry companies will be attending at least one of these expos.

“From packaging to plastics to robotics, our five-in-one design and manufacturing event connects you across multiple verticals and industries. With so many solutions in one place, you’re sure to discover more than you came for.”

You can register to attend the event here.

February 7: MatterHackers & UltiMaker S7 Launch Party

The launch party for the new UltiMaker S7 3D printer will be held in Anaheim. Join the two companies for an evening of free beer, 3D printing, networking, and an in-person look at the recently released S7 at the Brewheim Brewery on February 7th. The team from MatterHackers and Application Engineers from UltiMaker will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the new S7.

“Your first few beers are on us! Head to the check-in table upon arrival to collect your drink tickets – please bring a valid ID to use when you order. Since this is a brewery, we ask that all guests are 21+. There will be food trucks available to purchase food.”

You can RSVP for the party here.

February 8: Digital Forge Applications

If you want to learn how to identify the best application opportunities for your Digital Forge Fleet, you need to attend the Markforged webinars this Wednesday at 10 am. Attendees will learn some of the most common application options for the Digital Forge, establish criteria for determining the value of potential new applications, and identify high return on investment applications.

“The full suite of engineering materials available on the Digital Forge lend themselves to a whole host of applications. We’ll discuss some of the most common options and how to recognize high-value opportunities in your operations.”

You can register for the live event here.

February 8: SLA Product Development Workflow

One hour later on Wednesday the 8th, Formlabs will hold an educational seminar called " Deep Dive into the SLA Product Development Workflow." Attendees will learn about best practices for successful SLA 3D printing for product development from a team of company experts, as Formlabs Partnerships Manager Dan Kirchgessner will lead an in-depth panel discussion between Software Product Manager Greg Holman, Materials Product Manager Paree Allu, and Services Agent Ley Topics will include setting up parts in PreForm and selecting a material for your application. There will be a question and answer session as well.

“From selecting a material and preparing 3D files to printing and finishing parts, join us live to learn how to use our SLA 3D printers for product development. Our experts will guide you through the workflow from start to finish, share real-life use cases and applications, and answer your questions at the end.”

You can register for the live event here.

February 8: Nexa3D’s High-Performance Resins

On Wednesday, February 8th, at 1 pmEST, the finalWebinar byNexa3D will focus on the topic ofABS, PP, PEEK 3D Printing... Mckenzie Hutchinson and Shawn Miely will speak to attendees about how high- performance thermoplastics compare with their counterparts in the filament market. They will give an introduction to 3D printing technologies and materials, as well as give an overview ofNexa3D printers.

“Resin 3D printed parts—they’re pretty, but aren’t they delicate and brittle?  They wouldn’t make for good production parts. If you think that, you’re not alone. For decades this was true, but over the last few years photocured resins have come a long way. Not only are they matching thermoplastics, but they’re outperforming them in many cases and, yes, they are being used in production.”

You can register for the live event here.

February 10: How 3D Printing & Robotics are Changing Manufacturing

The Future of Manufacturing: How 3D Printing and Robotics are Changing the Game will be presented by Divide By Zero Technologies. Attendees will learn about the benefits and challenges of 3D printing in manufacturing and how to overcome them, as well as the business opportunities of implementing the technology.

“Are you curious about the role of 3D printing and robotics in manufacturing?

“We’re hosting a webinar on this very topic to help you learn how these technologies are changing the game and how you can implement them in your business. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve!”

You can register for the live event here.

February 10: Accelerating Digital Production with Roboze

In order to introduce the team, and to show attendees how to Accelerate your digital production with Roboze 3D Printing, the company is holding a webinars. The presentation will be made by Ashkhen Ovsepyan, the CEO of Additive Plus. Attendees will learn how to face supply chain challenges, how to speed up the digital manufacturing transition, and more. There will be a question and answer session with the speakers.

“Additive Plus, a tightly welded team of seasoned professionals passionate about Additive Manufacturing, becomes reseller of Roboze solutions in the USA. The team has a great experience in delivering the 3D printing solutions for the applications in various industries such as Aerospace and Industrial.”

You can register for the live event here. Make sure to sign up and arrive on time because the capacity is limited.

Do you have any information about upcoming live and virtual events? Let us know what you think.

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