2 New Webinars: ‘Architectural 3D Printing’ & ‘Molding with 3D Printing’

This week we’ve got 2 very different webinars that should provide something for everyone. Enjoy!

Architectural 3D Printed Model

Architectural 3D Printed Model

How 3D Printing Impacts Architecture

Global Spec Webinar October 16, 2012 2:00 PM Eastern Time.

Presenters:  Piet Meijs (Rietveld Architecture) Bruce Bradshaw (Objet)

Gain an inside view into the use of 3D printing by practicing architects. Piet Meijs of Rietveld Architecture will discuss the reasons his firm chose to invest in 3D printing. In particular, he will describe the workflow his team has built around Objet’s ultra-thin-layering technology. Using example projects to illustrate, Meijs will explain the many advantages 3D printing offers and the huge impact it can have on the architectural design process. In addition, Bruce Bradshaw, Objet director of marketing, will present the different capabilities offered by each of the company’s 3D printing systems.


Injection Molds in Objet ABS-like Material
Injection Molds – 3D Printed in Objet ABS-like Digital Material

Additive Manufacturing Solutions:  Materials & Applications

Mold Making Technology October 17, 2012 2:00 PM Eastern Time

Presenters:  David Gurrola (GrowIt LLC) Bruce Bradshaw (Objet)

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is the process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing technologies. Many AM applications extend beyond mere prototyping into many applicable fields of manufacturing.

AM is an ideal solution when approaching injection molding and other High Temp applications in terms of affordability, speed, efficiency, and quality. With some of the most technologically-advanced materials and equipment in the world, Objet provides a High Temperature (RGD525) and ABS-Like (RGD5160-DM) material which we will show are capable of post processed temperatures of 200F and 400F respectively.




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