Live Panel Discussion: Design for Industrial 3D Printing

Pioneering automotive and aerospace firms are using additive manufacturing to build lightweight shapes with lattice structures, to consolidate multi-part assemblies into a single 3D-printed component, and to incorporate composite materials. In this LIVE roundtable, DE’s Kenneth Wong moderates a panel of experts to discuss the challenges of applying 3D printing to large-scale parts and structures; modeling tools for sculpting 3D-printable shapes; and methods for simulating the 3D printing process.

3D printing or additive manufacturing (AM), once thought of as a prototyping technology, has graduated to become a way to manufacture end-use parts.

Pioneering automotive and aerospace firms are using it to build lightweight shapes with lattice structures, to consolidate multi-part assemblies into a single 3D-printed component, and to incorporate composite materials.

In this LIVE roundtable, DE’s Kenneth Wong moderates a panel of experts to discuss:

  • Challenges of applying 3D printing to large-scale parts and structures
  • Modeling tools for sculpting 3D-printable shapes
  • Methods for simulating the 3D printing process

Attendees can submit their questions during the live question and answer session!

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