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Webinar: Additive manufacturing for series production

Additive manufacturing is transforming from being a tool that initially enabled users to manufacture parts they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to produce, to becoming a cost-effective, rapid and most importantly repeatable industrial production process increasingly suited to high-volume manufacturing.

But is it yet fully established as a series production tool? If not, how far does it have to go?

Join us on Tuesday 22 November at 14:00 GMT, in the wake of Formnext, to find out.

Laser Systems Europe will be speaking with two additive manufacturing experts to establish: 

  • To what extent additive manufacturing has penetrated the automotive and aerospace industries as a series production tool
  • How additive manufacturing systems and their laser technologies are evolving to address the increased volumes and standards of series production
  • The challenges that still need to be addressed to ensure additive manufacturing will be further adopted as a widespread series production tool

This will be a pre-recorded webinar, however audience members will still be able to pose questions to the speakers, the full list of which will be passed on to them for answering at their earliest convenience following the event.

Speakers

Zach Murphree
VP of Global Sales and Business Development at Velo3D

Jasmin Saewe
Head of Laser Powder Bed Fusion, Fraunhofer ILT

Matthew Dale
Editor, Laser Systems Europe

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