RadTech, the association for UV and EB Curing Technology, and SUNY/ESF will be presenting a free webinar on UV curable material development for 3D printing on August 27. The webinar will recount developments in advanced materials for 3D printing and the speaker, Lance Pickens, CEO and Founder of MadeSolid, will share his experiences and outlook for the role of UV as the technology continues to accelerate.
“3D printing is set to skyrocket,” according to a recent market research report, with UV materials poised to play a major role in the development of the technology. Lance Pickens is fast emerging as a visionary in 3D printing and is the Founder and CEO of MadeSolid, Inc., based in Emeryville, California, and has agreed to Keynote our 2014-2015 webinar series.
MadeSolid develops advanced materials for 3D printers with a reported meticulous focus on superior mechanical properties while promoting ease of use. With the help of early beta users and a crowdsourcing campaign, MadeSolid has released several products that give 3D printer users access to advanced materials. Lance holds degrees from USC and the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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