Event: Composites and Metals: Exploring Two Complementary 3D Printing Technologies
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 11 – 11:45am EST | 4 – 4:45pm UTC.
Presented by Markforged Content Engineer Alex Crease, the live webcast will discuss composites and metals in 3D printing, with examples of how these parts can work together in manufacturing.
Are you an engineer, designer or manufacturer who works with composites and/ or metals? If so, Markforged are holding a live webcast on the 6th March discussing these two materials in 3D printing. The webcast will detail and discuss how composite and metal 3D printing technologies can work together to produce precise, functional and well designed parts in a manufacturing environment. It isn’t one to be missed for any engineer.
Metal 3D printing has taken a huge leap forwards with the launch of the Metal X, which can 3D print 17-4 PH Stainless Steel, Titanium Ti6A14V and several other metals. It joins the excellent Industrial Series 3D printers from Markforged, which 3D print with nylon and composites to create super-strong, functional parts.
Alex will also look at the benefits of a single, cloud-based ecosystem for print monitoring and fleet management, features which are offered by Markforged’s latest range of products. If you are interested in tuning in, click here to register for the webinar. It’s free to tune in from anywhere in the world. The webinar will take place on March 6, from 11 – 11:45am EST 4 – 4:45pm UTC. If you can’t make it on the day, you can also register to view the webinar on-demand.