This webinar was originally broadcast on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
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Additive manufacturing has achieved mission-critical levels. Mechatronics is responding to market demands that must be addressed for widespread adoption of industrial 3D printing.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- What market demands are driving the 3D printing growth?
- How to achieve to rapid prototyping while driving cost out.
- Which machine components to look for in the race for higher throughput and print speed.
John Good, VP Global Sales and Marketing, PBC Linear
John has a 35-year background working with high performance motion control systems related to factory automation, electronics assembly, semiconductor inspection, and high performance 2- and 3D printing. He has held executive positions in general management, sales, and marketing with companies including PBC Linear, Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley, and Anorad. John is a graduate of Purdue University with his BS degree in mechanical engineering.
Paul Heney, Moderator, Design World
Paul J. Heney is Editorial Director of Design World, and has been writing about engineering and manufacturing topics for more than 20 years. His specific coverage areas include hydraulics, pneumatics, robotics, power transmission, green engineering, and aerospace. He has a BS in Engineering Science & Mechanics from Georgia Tech.
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, WEBINARS