Throughout the months of July and August, Stratasys is offering a four-part webinar series that will provide attendees with a deep dive into additive manufacturing for the automotive industry. Today, automakers are turning to additive manufacturing to outfit large new EV factories, retrofit existing ones, shorten the new vehicle design process, lightweight vehicles, and accommodate shorter production runs and mass customization.
Each webinar will explore the advantages of utilizing additive manufacturing to support vehicle production and the creation of end-use automotive components. Attendees also will gain valuable insight into the variety of additive manufacturing technologies available to support their manufacturing processes.
The series kicks off on Thursday, July 14 with Fadi Abro, Director of Automotive Business at Stratasys, sharing his extensive knowledge and insights on 3D printing applications for transportation. During the webinar Fadi will present three additive manufacturing solutions that allow manufacturers to shorten time-to-market while optimizing cost-efficiency.
The webinar series will then take a deeper dive into various Stratasys additive manufacturing technologies and the printer(s) that support that technology. Stratasys 3D printers provide manufacturers with control over their production process to create accurate, durable, impact resistant and customizable automotive parts in-house. The printers offer a wide range of materials, suitable for various production-grade parts throughout the automotive industry.
Attendees can expect to learn how the printers work, as well as the automotive applications available to OEMs and suppliers:
• July 26 | FDM printers, the Stratasys F770™, F123™-series, and F900™ allow manufacturers to accomplish cost-efficient, large and customizable automotive parts and prototypes.
• August 11 | The SAF™-powered Stratasys H350™ produces consistent and geometrically accurate end-use automotive parts at scale.
• August 25 | The Stratasys Origin® One 3D printer prints challenging overhangs, connectors and small features while maintaining excellent surface finish.
Each webinar offers the opportunity to talk directly with Stratasys Application Engineers to gain actionable information on automotive applications.
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