Learn about the two leading additive technologies that are the tip of the spear when it comes to production 3D printed end use parts.
Prototyping, research, product development and manufacturing aids have been the long-standing pillars of the 3D printing universe – but times are changing.
With the recent disruptions to supply chains and the increasing demand for more custom-tailored consumer products. 3D printing is rapidly shifting from low volume parts to production end-use applications.
TriMech’s Additive Manufacturing Solutions Consultant, Rich Annino, discusses two leading additive technologies that are the tip of the spear when it comes to production grade parts – P3 and SAF. Not familiar with SAF and P3 technology? No worries, Rich will guide everyone through what makes these technologies unique to the field and more importantly. How they are being used to manufacture end-use parts and how that is positively impacting manufacturers and consumers alike.
Included in the 3D Printed End Use Parts demo
In this on-demand webinar, Rich covers:
- What manufacturing hurdles is Additive aiming to solve?
- Which types of parts are good candidates for a transition to Additive Manufacturing (AM)?
- How Additive Manufacturing is reducing reliance on injection mold tooling.
- Which production 3D Printing technology is right for your product?
- How leading manufacturers are using 3D printed end use parts.
This TriMech Solution Webinar is presented by:
Rich Annino – Additive Solutions Consultant
Rich is the newest member of the TriMech Hardware Solutions Consultant team. Prior to that Rich served as the Advanced Manufacturing Services Shop Manager at our Rocky Hill Connecticut Facility. He 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 over a million dollars in additive manufacturing machinery on a day to day basis. In his new role Rich will be taking that high level of machine and operation knowledge to our clients; and help them determine the best Additive Solution to fit their needs.