Another eventful week is upon us in the AM industry with new webinars and events! This week, Texas will host the 3DEXPERIENCE World and several representatives will attend the AAOS Annual Meeting in California. The New York Build Expo is also scheduled, with Quickparts launching an open house. Stratasys will continue its robust training program and America Makes plans to host a TRX webinar. Additionally, SprintRay is offering an introductory Dental 3D Printing 101 course. Continue reading for more details on these events!
Peeling Back 3D Printing News
Joris Peels, our Executive Editor and the Vice President of Consulting at Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), delivers a weekly livestream aptly called 3D Printing News Unpeeled. You can catch him on LinkedIn Live at 9:30 am EST every week, where he unravels the top news stories from the 3D printing industry in under 20 minutes. He covers the top news that affects our industry, including some that we’ve reported on at 3DPrint.com, offering insightful and compelling commentary.
3DEXPERIENCE World 2024 – February 11-14
The annual 3DEXPERIENCE World is setting stage in Dallas, Texas, from February 11 to 14. The event will encompass demonstrations, panel discussions, keynote speeches, intimate fireside chats and a wealth of comprehensive technical sessions. These will shed light on the freshest developments in SOLIDWORKS and 3DEXPERIENCE, along with opportunities to achieve certifications. Visitors can also explore the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground, housing realms like the Maker Zone, Shop Floor, Startups Zone and more, coupled with numerous networking opportunities.
“3DEXPERIENCE World brings together a vibrant community of engineers, entrepreneurs, manufacturers, and industry leaders to learn, engage, share knowledge, and drive innovation. Attendees will discover how SOLIDWORKS and the 3DEXPERIENCE Works portfolio offers the next generation of best-in-class tools for all disciplines involved in the complete process of designing and manufacturing of products.”
You can sign up for the event at this link.
Scheduled for February 12 – 16: AAOS 2024 Annual Meeting
The highly-anticipated orthopedic occasion of the year is embarking upon San Francisco, California this week. The dates are set from February 12th to 16th and the event is the 2024 Annual Meeting hosted by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). For a personalized journey through the event, including your choice of educational programs and display hall activities, the Annual Meeting Mobile App is available for download. Physicians can avail up to 23.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. A number of industry companies known for strong AM applications in orthopaedics, namely HP, Materialise, and 3D Systems will be exhibiting or participating at the event.
“We’re thrilled to welcome you for a week imbued with learning, innovative developments, and interaction with the global orthopaedic fraternity.
“This is a unique event where all specialties converge at one place once a year, working in unison to enhance patient care. Don’t miss being part of it!”
Registrations for the AAOS 2024 Annual Meeting are open. You can register here.
February 12: 3DHEALS Discusses 3D Printing & AI in Orthopedics
The forthcoming 3DHEALS medical panel, “3D Printing Orthopedics,” is scheduled to be conducted as a combination event, with physical presence in San Francisco and an option for remote participation, at 6 pm PST (9 pm EST) on Monday, February 12th. If you choose to attend physically, you can expect a networking session to commence the event, accompanied by refreshments. Following this, a series of presentations from distinguished professionals in the field will take place. The event is set to conclude with a question and answer session, supplemented by continued networking.
Stay updated with the most recent progressions in 3D technologies devised for orthopedics. Acquire knowledge from the best in the industry, partake in vibrant debates, and connect with peers sharing common interests. This event is an essential platform for those eager to delve into the amalgamation of 3D printing and orthopedics.”
February 13 – 14: New York Build Expo
The New York Build Expo is the most prominent construction and design show for New York and the Tri-state area, occurring at the Javits Center in Manhattan from February 13-14. The event will feature more than 500 speakers across 15 conference tracks (inclusive of Future of Construction and Digital Construction), networking events, over 400 exhibitors, AIA CES accredited workshops, live demonstrations, entertainment, the most extensive gathering of Women in Construction in the country, and lots more.
The New York Build grants a unique opportunity to gain knowledge from over 500 distinguished and insightful speakers from the top-tier contractors, architects, developers, civil engineers, realtors, brokers, and government agencies from New York. The range of topics includes digital construction, sustainability, real estate, DEI, and many more.
You can register for the expo here.
February 13 – 15: Stratasys Continues Advanced Training
Stratasys is persistently delivering its profound training courses across the U.S. and EMEA. This week, in-the-flesh courses are being offered at the Eden Prairie, Minnesota location. From February 13-15, Stratasys is delivering “Origin One Advanced Operations” training for its Origin One 3D printing systems’ customers. The covered topics are safety measures and best practices, part removal and cleaning, supports, DfAM, amongst others.
“The purpose of the course is to furnish the customers with the necessary knowledge to derive the utmost value from their printers.”
If you wish to register for this course, send an email to email@example.com. This course will also be conducted in the following months March, April, May, and June.
February 13: The Progress of 3D Printed Vehicle Lighting with Stratasys
Stratasys is set to host another webinar titled “Driving Innovation – The Evolution of Vehicle Lighting with Additive Manufacturing” at 10 am EST on the 13th through their Pragmatic Innovators virtual event platform. Discussions aimed at recognizing innovative companies and exploring new industry trends will seek visionary insights from these leaders, mainly focusing on whether additive manufacturing is genuinely the future of automotive and industrial lighting design and manufacturing.
Greg Van Slyke, Senior Technology Solutions Lead at J.W Speakers, will be presenting at this free virtual event. He will discuss practical use cases and demonstrate the essential role that additive manufacturing plays in propelling technological innovation. He will particularly talk about how these technologies are currently being leveraged to transform the way innovative lighting solutions for vehicles and industrial applications are created.
The webinar registration is available here.
February 13: SPE on Plastic Datasheets
Also on the 13th, SPE will conduct a webinar titled “Plastic Datasheets: What They Do and Don’t Tell Us” at 11 am EST. There exist tens of thousands of unique plastic resins, and when we need to pick a suitable material for a manufacturing project, whether it’s 3D printing or other, we generally refer to the property data sheet. However, data shows that close to half of all plastic part failures occur due to selecting an incompatible material. This webinar is designed to address this issue.
“Appropriate material selection for an application is crucial and relies on accurate data. While the nature of plastic projects has transformed in the last half century, the data that we receive hasn’t. This webinar will cover the shortcomings present in the info provided by the plastic data sheets and will propose what is essentially needed for success in material selection and product design.”
To participate in the webinar, you can register here.
February 14 – 15: Solid-State Batteries with TechBlick
The upcoming live virtual conference and exhibition by TechBlick is the third instance of “Solid-State Batteries & Frontier Battery Materials,” scheduled for February 14-15. The event will revolve around the future of battery technology, touching on areas such as solid-state, beyond Li, and next-gen Li-ion batteries, roll-to-roll battery materials, AI’s role in battery development, and 3D printed batteries. The audience will gain an understanding of OEM requirements, manufacturing developments, market predictions, ground-breaking research and technology trends, manufacturing strategies, and more.
The event program is compiled entirely by our internal experts, achieving a fine equilibrium between industrial developments and applied research advancements. It delivers a world-class set of speakers including end users, material developers, manufacturers, start-ups, as well as renowned research centres and market analyst groups.
Registration for the event is available here. All content will be accessible for on-demand viewing as part of TechBlick’s archive of past presentations.
February 14: Industry 4.0 Workshop
The AIDT Maritime Training Center in Mobile, Alabama was developed to aid job seekers in acquiring the necessary skills and qualifications to join the expanding maritime industry. This week, it’s presenting an Industry 4.0 workshop, costing only $50, inclusive of lunch. The workshop will run from 9 am till 4 pm CST on Wednesday, February 14th. The workshop partners can be seen above.
Join us at the Industry 4.0 Workshop. Here, we’ll discuss AI integration, delve into MTConnect’s influence on welding monitoring and get to witness live demonstrations of industrial robots and exoskeleton devices. This is a fabulous opportunity to gain insights into initiating digitalization while ensuring CMMC compliance and to stay ahead through an in-depth discussion on tech adoption trends.
Reserve your spot for the workshop here.
February 14: TRX Webinar by America Makes
Also on the 14th, at 2 pm EST, America Makes will hold its first TRX webinar of the year, “Launch in 3: Unveiling a Product in Minutes, Not Months.” It will be presented by Mac Cameron, the CEO of Spokbee.com. He will discuss strategies to help businesses generate and bring products to market more quickly. The session will be moderated by Jason Thomas, a Project Engineer at NCDMM.
“In this informative session, we will explore the groundbreaking technology and tactics that enable companies to conceive, personalize, and market products faster than ever, thanks to additive manufacturing, and Spokbee’s Product Configurator Marketplace.”
You can sign up for the webinar here.
February 15: Additive Fusion Tech for Bike Components
On Thursday, February 15th, at 8 am EST, 9T Labs is organizing an exclusive webinar on their “Additive Fusion Technology (AFT) for Bicycle Components.” The webinar will exhibit how the company aids high-performance bicycle component manufacturers with its composite materials specific to carbon. Attendees of the webinar will get to see the application of AFT in specific bicycle parts, and get insights on the current challenges and opportunities in the bicycle industry.
“9T Labs is dedicated to propelling progress in sustainable, high-performance applications with the help of composites and empowers the manufacturers of bicycle components.”
“At 9T Labs, meet the talented professionals, familiarize yourself with our Additive Fusion Technology (AFT)™, and discover how it can revolutionize your bicycle components’ design and production process.”
You can sign up for the webinar here.
February 15: Open House Hosted by Quickparts in Tennessee
Quickparts, a manufacturer specializing in the creation of custom prototypes and low-volume production parts, is set to host its first Open House of the year. The event will be taking place at their Lawrenceburg, Tennessee facility, starting at 10 am CST on this upcoming Thursday, the 15th. During this event, attendees will receive an in-depth presentation introducing Quickparts’ array of manufacturing services, which include CNC machining and various 3D printing methods such as SLA, DLP, and SLS. A complete tour of the Quickparts facility will also be included in the day’s agenda, providing attendees with a glimpse of some example parts on display. The event will conclude with an opportunity for networking and lunch.
In the words of a spokesperson from Quickparts, “This free event provides a valuable opportunity for engineers, designers and other industry professionals to gain a deeper understanding of Quickparts’ capabilities and how these services can be utilized to actualize their ideas.”
Reservations for the open house can be made here.
February 15: An Introduction to Dental 3D Printing with SprintRay
At 7 pm EST on February 15th, SprintRay is scheduled to host another episode of their Dental 3D Printing 101 webinars. This episode will feature digital dentistry guru, Alesha Snell. Participants will gain insights on how 3D printing can transform their dental practice by equipping them with seamless and cost-effective scan-to-print workflows, high-quality appliances manufactured on the same day, and fewer lead times. To top it all off, participants are also eligible to earn 1 free CE credit.
Unlock the potential of efficient digital dental procedures and produce superior quality appliances in your office, guaranteeing same-day delivery. Get ready to explore the confluence of digital technology and dentistry that not only saves time but also benefits your practice and patients while keeping production costs low.
Click here to register for the webinar.
February 9-18 & 16-25: Costco Wholesale Roadshow with FitMyFoot
FitMyFoot’s custom-made 3D printed insoles and sandals are going on display at Costco stores in the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles, and Southwest regions until March. These Wholesale Roadshows are run by FitMyFoot staff who are ready to assist members with the foot scanning process in-store. FitMyFoot’s offerings are available for special order at the Costco Roadshows, with members receiving their personalized product within two weeks. Today marks the final day of the roadshow at the Cypress, California location, but the Costco Wholesale Roadshow will continue at the Lynnwood, Washington location from February 9-18, and the Tustin Ranch, California store from February 16-25.
“Join us and our specialists can help you get 3D printed Custom Insoles created specifically for your feet.”
We’ll keep you posted on future dates and venues! However, if members are unable to visit the warehouse, they can simply scan their feet at home with the FitMyFoot app and place an order for their 3D printed insoles and sandals.
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