This webinar was originally broadcast on October 6, 2016.
A number of new product introductions are specifically designed to address the needs users want for manufacturing, such as larger build size, increased throughput, with accuracy and repeatability. Here’s a look at these systems and what they can do.
What you will learn:
- How these systems will function in a manufacturing environment
- Features and capabilities of these new systems
- Suitable design applications
Scott Sevcik, Director Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Solutions Business Unit, Stratasys
Scott’s background spans the aerospace industry, with roles in System Engineering and Integration at Lockheed Martin and Engineering and Program Management at United Technologies Aerospace Systems. Products that Scott has helped develop or deliver are flying on nearly every modern commercial and business aircraft, as well as on orbit. Scott has a BS and MS is Aerospace Engineering and an MBA.
John Good, VP Global Sales and Marketing, 3DPlatform
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 & 3D printing. He has Held Executive Positions in General Management, Sales, & 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
Leslie Langnau, Moderator, Design World
Leslie has more than 20 years experience as a technical editor and trade journalist. She has reported, investigated, and written extensively on the following subjects: mechanical automation, industrial networking, additive manufacturing, and automation controls. She has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, WEBINARS