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3D Printing Costs and Business Implications Across the Product Life Cycle

Want to learn how 3D printing can transform your business? Industry trends and 3D printing cost drivers will be explained along with how this technology can open up design possibilities, increase design flexibility, as well as lead to the reduction of inventory and warehousing. Attendees will see real world examples of how 3D printing is reducing cost and turnaround time in manufacturing.



Originally presented: October 30, 2017
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Want to learn how 3D printing can transform your business? Looking for a better understanding of why companies move to 3D? Industry trends and 3D printing cost drivers will be explained along with how this technology can open up design possibilities, increase design flexibility, as well as lead to the reduction of inventory and warehousing.

This presentation covers 3D printing cost structures as compared to traditional methods, using 3D printing within the Product Life Cycle to reduce development cycles and time to market, the reduction of risk for new product concepts, industry trends as well as case studies that will explain real-world applications of the 3D technology.

Attendees will see examples of how 3D printing is reducing cost and turnaround time in manufacturing. They will also learn how this technology can revolutionize supply chain, inventory and R&D within their own organizations.

This webinar will include a description of the process to analyze business opportunities and how HP is using 3D printed parts in its own manufacturing processes.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn why businesses are moving to 3D printing.
  • Understand how 3D printing can save your business cost and time vs. traditional manufacturing methods.
  • Learn how 3D printing affects the product life cycle.
  • Find out about 3D printing industry trends.
  • Learn about the benefits of HP's 3D Multi-Jet Fusion technology

Speaker

Jamie Sirois, Americas 3D Product Manager, HP

Jamie is a graduate of the University of South Carolina where she obtained a BA in Mass Communications and she is currently pursuing her MBA from the University of the SouthWest. Before joining HP as the AMS Technical Production Segment Manager in 2013, she was the Engineering Document Manager (Wide Format Printing Manager) with HP VAR TPM, in Columbia, SC. In her first role at HP, she was part of the team to bring the PageWide XL product to market in the AMS and went on to become the AMS PageWide XL Business Development Manager.