3D Printing Webinar and Events Roundup: October 23, 2022 – 3DPrint.com


This week is much less busy in terms of webinars and summaries on 3D printing! There are still a few conferences and summits to attend, and Stratasys and Markforged are each wrapping up their rounds. As for Nexa3D, he will discuss third-party materials for 3D printing on the XiP, Nanoscribe will talk about scaling up nanofabrication and microfabrication, and more.

October 24 – 26: The MedTech Conference

At the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center this week, the MedTech conference will be held October 24-26. The world’s top medical technology leaders will gather for education, networking, exhibits and dynamic speakers to work to advance health technologies. Although the conference is an in-person event, virtual attendance options are also available. As for the big companies in the AM industry, HP will be exhibiting at the MedTech conference, along with Evonik, Formlabs, Stryker, and more.

“With world-class plenary speakers, cross-functional educational programming, valuable networking and business development opportunities, the MedTech conference is a must-attend event for the industry’s largest and most promising companies.”

You can register for the conference here.

October 24 – 28: The news of 3D printing without peeling

Our Editor-in-Chief Joris Peels, who is also VP at SmarTech Analysis, started a daily news feed called 3D Printing News Unpeeled. Every weekday at 9:30 a.m. EST, Peels tunes into LinkedIn Live and tells us, in 20 minutes or less, what he considers to be the top news in the 3D printing industry that day, and why they are important. Some of the stories in his summary are the ones we’ve covered on 3DPrint.com, and some aren’t, but they’re all equally interesting and impactful.

The next 3D Printing News Unpeeled livestream will take place this Monday, October 24 at 9:30 a.m. EST and will continue the rest of the week at the same time. You don’t want to miss it!

October 25 & 27: Forged Tour Part 2

This week, Markforged wraps up the global edition of its Forged Tour Part Two with four final stages across the EMEA region. On Tuesday, October 25, the company will join Mark3D at the Swindon and Wiltshire Institute of Technology in the UK at 9:30 a.m. BST, then travel to Mulhouse, France with 3DZ at 9:30 a.m. CEST. On Thursday the 27th, Markforged stays in France, visits Visiativ in Lyon at 9:30 a.m. CEST, then travels to Vicenza, Italy, with 3D Company at 9:30 a.m. CEST for its final stop.

“We invite you to meet in person the platform that prints industrial parts at the speed of software. Digital Forging is a combination of software, materials, and printers that gives you solid and reliable solutions to your manufacturing challenges.

October 25 – 28: DKOU 2022

At Messe Berlin from October 25 to 28, DKOU 2022 will be held under the motto #PassionForThePatient. The event is sponsored by DGOU (German Society for Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery), DGOOC (German Society for Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery), DGU (German Society for Trauma Surgery) and BVOU (Professional Association for Orthopedics and trauma surgery eV), and focuses on orthopedic and trauma medicine with compassion. 3D Systems will be exhibiting at DKOU 2022, alongside Materialise, CeramTec, Stryker, Johnson & Johnson, and more.

“Together with you, we want to make the passion for our patients clear, tangible and perceptible at DKOU 2022. We look forward to exciting and stimulating discussions with you and collegial exchanges, especially within the framework of the attractive support program of the congress.

You can register for the event here.

October 25: Reverse Engineering with Markforged

At 10:00 a.m. EST on Tuesday the 25th, Markforged will host a webinar on “Reverse Engineering Hard-to-Get Parts with 3D Scanning and 3D Printing.” Taught by Charles Lu, Principal Application Engineer for Markforged, attendees will learn how to easily tackle reverse engineering issues with 3D printing in mind, redesign considerations for 3D printing, and receive insight and practical demonstration of reverse engineering with a 3D scanner.

“While it can’t unravel all supply chain issues overnight, reverse engineering can be an invaluable tool in resolving supply chain issues through the digitization of discontinued and hard-to-find parts. .

“Combined with 3D printing, it is possible to materialize a digital inventory of spare parts, which can minimize unplanned equipment downtime caused by component failure. Taking it a step further, it can also support efforts to relocate production through the refurbishment of tooling and machinery.

You can register for the webinar here.

October 26 – 27: 5th Annual Formlabs User Summit

Formlabs will host its 5th Annual User Summit October 26-27 as a free virtual event. This global conference highlights the power of digital manufacturing and invites users from over 130 countries to learn how professionals are using 3D printing to innovate and thrive in a changing world. During these two days, there will be more than 90 sessions organized in eight languages, featuring more than 100 speakers from multiple industries. The summit will include a tiered Formlabs University track, a User Talk track highlighting case studies and applications, a female-led Medical Talk track, and expanded Impact Awards.

“Formlabs is thrilled to announce that the Formlabs User Summit will be back as an all-virtual event taking place October 26-27. This year, we are celebrating 100 million parts printed on Formlabs printers, a milestone achieved by our users this year. We will recognize a decade of innovation and be inspired to push the boundaries of design on the way to 200 million parts.

You can get your free ticket here.

October 26 and 28: Stratasys Experience Tour

The Experience Stratasys tour across the United States wraps up this week, with just two more stops, both hosted by TriMech. On Wednesday the 26th the tour will travel to the Cade Museum in Gainesville, Florida, and on Friday the 28th Stratasys will end the tour at Groundswell Startups in Melbourne, Florida.

“Our mobile showroom gives you a local, convenient way to speak with 3D printing experts and see the latest 3D printers, materials and solutions from Stratasys. Explore Stratasys Direct’s additive manufacturing services and learn how your organization can benefit from 3D printing applications.

You can register for the Stratasys Experience Tour here.

October 27: Scaling Nanofabrication and Microfabrication with Nanoscribe

At 5:00 p.m. CEST (11:00 a.m. EST) on October 27, Nanoscribe will host a webinar on “Scaling Nanofabrication and Microfabrication” with its high-performance two-photon grayscale lithography technology ( 2GL). Along with a live demonstration of the Quantum X printer and a Q&A session, several topics will be covered, including the basics and highlights of 2GL-based prototyping and mastering, technology options for moving to mass production, etc. Speakers will be Marek Krehel, Director of Technology and R&D at 3D AG; Aaron Kobler, Team Leader of the Nanoscribe Customer Success Team; and Christine Thanner, technology developer at EV Group.

“Combined with various well-established replication technologies such as nanoimprint lithography (NIL), micro-injection molding, roll-to-roll printing or hot foil embossing, 2GL is the starting point and the key mass production of advanced microstructures”.

You can register with Nanoscribe to register for the webinar here.

October 27: third-party elements on the Nexa3D XiP

If you are upgrading to a XiP system from Nexa3D, but still have plenty of resin left over from another printer that you want to use, then this webinar and demo on “How to Use Third-Party Materials on the Printer Professional 3D— XiP” at 1 p.m. EST on Thursday the 27th is for you. Together, Nexa3D Content Manager Shawn Miely and Taylor Hardy, ELK3D Sales Engineer, will discuss the benefits of using open materials, how the open mode of the XiP works, how to start using third-party resins on the XiP, materials to try, and more.

“Selecting the right materials for your 3D printer can make or break your 3D printer. Although we’ve worked closely with industry leaders on validated materials for XiP – the world’s first ultra-fast desktop 3D printer – the beauty of an open-platform printer is that it allows users to experiment and validate their own resins. This is why XiP is completely open for use with third-party resins.

You can register for the webinar here.

October 27: Smart Manufacturing Experience webinar on innovation

A series of free webinars, sponsored by SME MEDIA, will be held prior to the Smart Manufacturing Experience event in Pittsburgh, PA in 2024. Each will provide insights from industry leaders and advance your knowledge of smart manufacturing, as well as feature technologies. which you can experience in person at the event. This Thursday, October 27, at 3:00 PM EST, one of these webinars will take place, focusing on how to “start small for big innovation.” With Andy Henderson, PhD, President of Hendtech LLC and CTO of Praemo Inc., and Andrew Johnson, CEO of ShelfAware LLC, attendees will explore what a digital business looks like and how to approach and implement digital transformation today.

“Whether your business is considering pulling the trigger on new smart equipment, turning to virtual sales and remote service, or discussing big ideas like Industry 4.0, too many industrial companies are in prey to the temptation to swing towards the fences. Digital transformation is a slow, intentional process of incremental innovations. In this webinar, you will learn how to tackle small innovations in practice with a discussion led by a real practitioner eager to share his story and thus help other companies to find their way in this turbulent landscape.

You can register for the webinar here.

October 28: 3D printing in the medical industry with TriMech

Finally, at 10 a.m. EST on Friday the 28th, TriMech will discuss “The Evolution of 3D Printing in the Medical Industry.” Attendees will learn about digital anatomy and how it is revolutionizing the medical industry, see relevant case studies of industries that have benefited from integrating digital anatomy into their processes, and more from Mario De Lio, consultant in solutions from TriMech – Additive Solutions.

“Innovation saves lives, 3D printing continues to enable physicians, researchers, and medical device manufacturers to create solutions faster, thoroughly test concepts, and customize solutions like never before.”

You can register for the webinar here.

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