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.
- 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
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.