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Additive Manufacturing in a Machine Shop Setting

Discover the cost and time savings that come from owning a 3D printer and incorporating it into diverse areas of your business; understand the benefits of keeping your designs and ideas in-house. In this presentation, attendees will learn the value of 3D printing with fused deposition modeling (FDM) in a shop setting.



Date: June 2, 2015
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Additive manufacturing (AM) is changing the way companies do business. This presentation illustrates the value of 3D printing with fused deposition modeling (FDM) in a shop setting, as well as in other fields such as product design and machine automation. Attendees will hear first-hand how tool & die maker Baklund R&D has embraced AM in the work place. Equipped with a Stratasys Fortus 400mc 3D printer, Baklund has the ability to create concept models, functional prototypes, end-use parts, and manufacturing tools. Keep your designs and ideas in-house; discover the true cost and time savings that come from owning a 3D printer and incorporating it into diverse areas of your business.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn how 3D printing can improve time and cost efficiencies for your business
  • Understand the capabilities and limitations of printing with FDM
  • Discover potential applications using an in-house 3D printer

Speakers

Jon Baklund, President, Baklund R&D LLC

Jon Baklund, President of Baklund R&D LLC, has 26 years of tool & die and machining & design experience. Through BRD, Baklund offers consulting in the additive machining (3D Printing) space for companies large and small.

Adam Stegeman, Territory Sales Representative, Stratasys

Adam Stegeman, Stratasys Territory sales representative provides technical support during the pre-sale process. He received his BSEE from Minnesota State University.