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View from a Digital Manufacturer: Choosing the Right 3D Printing Material

Much of the innovation in the commercial additive manufacturing space revolves around materials and what each of them enables in terms of applications. Join the discussion with a fast-growing digital manufacturer about how different materials can be used to lower costs, shorten product development cycles, and speed up time-to-market for a variety of use cases. Guidelines for working with a digital manufacturer will also be discussed.




Date: January 13, 2022
Time: 2 PM EST (11 AM PST / 8:00 PM CET)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Are you curious about how to start or expand your 3D journey?

Do you need strong, functional, highly-detailed, complex parts? Are you looking for parts with greater impact resistance and ductility or with high rebound and low abrasion resistance? Need a renewable raw material for sustainability reasons or want to prototype in the same material as the final parts?

Join the discussion with a fast-growing digital manufacturer about how different materials can be used to lower costs, shorten product development cycles, speed up time-to-market, and deliver the material properties that are best for your use case.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the material properties of different 3D materials (PA12, PA11, PA12 Glass Beads, PP, TPU) for a variety of use cases
  • Discover application examples for each material
  • Get an overview of the digital workflow when working with a digital manufacturer and how to optimize results

Speakers

Neil Glazebrook, Vice President of 3D Solutions, American Banknote Corporation

Glazebrook, working as VP of 3D Solutions at ABCorp in Boston, MA. ABCorp, a secure on-demand manufacturer of 3D printing parts from low to high-volume production using the HP MJF solutions and automated robotics and inspection technology. With over 24 years in manufacturing, he has previously worked as a director of Sales and Operations, Mold & Coating Manager, Capital Additive Sales, HP Product Manager, and CNC Programmer in the job shops and injection molding industry. With a BS in Business and Law from Curry College of Milton, MA, and currently living in central Massachusetts. Glazebrook's goals are to bring manufacturing closer to our customers with enterprise-scale manufacturing on-demand using the latest technology in 3D printing, robotics, and inspection.

Justin Hopkins, Application Engineer Lead, HP 3D

Hopkins works with companies to reinvent their manufacturing processes through the use of technology. He believes there are tools that help build the world around us and we are now enabling everyone to have access to a tool that gives you the freedom to create and manufacture. He was previously in the education and design field for additive manufacturing for 13 years as the rapid prototyping operations manager at SCAD. He has spoken at Rapid and at AMUG on the advantages of the additive process in education. Hopkins holds a bachelor's of fine arts in furniture design from the Savannah College of Art and Design.