Wed, 19 Jan|
Online panel discussion
3D Printing | Projections and challenges
3D printing came to the rescue early in the pandemic as companies used the technology to quickly produce PPE and ventilators. This had an impact on the perceived value of 3D printing. What comes next for 3D ? What are the plus/minus of 3D?
Time & Location
19 Jan 2022, 16:33 – 17:33 GMT
Online panel discussion
About the Conference
We'll discuss where the 3D printing industry is now and where it is going, precisely we'll try to answer some key questions:
- What is 3D printing and which industries can benefit of it?
- With 3D Printing seems easy to get stuck. What separates “makers” from “non-makers”?
- What is the sustainability concern about 3D printing and how the industry will overcome it?
- What is the environmental impact of 3D printing?
- Is there a “better” technology for 3D printing?
- 3D Printing integrated with Virtual Reality. What for?
- 3D Printing and new materials | Predictions
- What is 3D printing and which industries can benefit from it?
Traditional manufacturing has to deal with the ever-growing demands of the world but it has some restrictions. That is where 3D printing can step in to take over. 3D printing for manufacturing comes with a number of exciting and unique advantages when compared with traditional manufacturing.
It's worth saying that 3D printing came to the rescue early in the pandemic as companies used the technology to quickly produce PPE and ventilators. This had an impact on the perceived value of 3D printing. While the first wave of 3D printing technology was primarily in the design validation, prototyping, jigs, and fixtures, making the factory more productive, and some tooling applications. How does it look like the future of 3D printing and who is it for? As usual, we will answer this and other questions with tech and management stakeholders in this space.
Mechanical engineer and designer. I have dedicated the last 3 years of my life to understanding and developing bio-based copolymers and advanced manufacturing processes for sustainable new materials. Pushing the world toward a circular economy. I spare my time between The New Materials, my start-up that seeks to replace fossil-based plastics with compostable bio-based alternatives, and as a researcher at Fab Lab UTFSM, an advanced manufacturing research facility. I have 8 years of experience working with additive manufacturing technologies, during this time I have been a user, researcher and developer of new applications.
is CEO of Axial3D. His 36-year career started with Andersen Consulting and since then he has focused on growing small and mid-sized high potential companies through to exit - he has spent over half his working life living in the US and has extensive experience across healthcare, financial services, oil and gas and public sector
Starting at 5:00 pm
- Introduction TiiQu talks
- Experts intro
- Panel discussion What are the challenges for 3D printing to scale?
- Q&A with the audience
- Closing remarks
End at 6:00 pm
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