Emerging Trends in 3D Engineering

TriMech’s key Manufacturing Solutions Consultants, Rich Annino, Conner Janeteas and Ricky Shannon, discuss the role of 3D Engineering for 3D printing, part design, and 3D scanning tools in the near future.

How Engineers use Software & Hardware is changing

With the world’s manufacturers focused on digital threads and Industry 4.0, the way engineers utilize their hardware and software tools is rapidly changing. This is being seen with Additive Manufacturing, 3D Scanning, and CAD/Process control software. The driving change is centered around these technologies maturing and moving from prototyping and design validation, to the mass production of parts.

In this 3D Engineering On-demand Webinar

In this webinar, Rich, Conner and Ricky cover:

  • 3D printing’s move from prototyping to the manufacturing
  • The increasing role of additive manufacturing service bureaus in engineering
  • How 3D scanning adoption is driving quality assurance and engineering for smaller manufacturers
  • Industry 4.0’s role in driving Additive Manufacturing software development
  • How FEA based design and validation will further improve 3D printed production parts

About the Presenters

Rich Annino, Additive Solutions Consultant Rich is the newest member of the TriMech Hardware Solutions Consultant team, but prior to that Rich served as the Advanced Manufacturing Services Shop Manager at our Rocky Hill Connecticut Facility, and has been working hands on with our cutting edge additive manufacturing technologies daily for over 8 years.

His extensive knowledge of our Additive Technologies puts him in a unique position to be able to explain these technologies and processes in granular detail. In his previous role, Rich was responsible for the running and maintaining of over a million dollars in additive manufacturing machinery on a day to day basis, and in his new role Rich will be taking that high level of machine and operation knowledge to our client’s and help them determine what the best Additive Solution is available to fit their needs.

Conner Janeteas, Additive Solutions Consultant Conner Janeteas is the Manufacturing Solutions Consultant overseeing the additive manufacturing team and production facility in Oakville, Ontario. Conner has over 10 years experience in advanced manufacturing and medical applications expertise.

Ricky Shannon, Technical Manager – Additive Solutions Ricky has 7+ years of experience with additive manufacturing and has 15+ years of experience in fabrication and machining. He previously owned his own prototyping and product development company, providing 3D printing, engineering and concept testing for a wide range of clients.