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Watch IN(3D)USTRY Keynote on the Role of 3D Printing in Industry 4.0

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Video: Stratasys VP Ben Lazarus’ keynote covers how additive manufacturing is implemented to transform manufacturing processes, how companies can innovate to bring better products to market, faster and more cost efficiently, and how companies can start planning their additive manufacturing strategy today for Industry 4.0

The recent IN(3D)USTRY event in Barcelona brought together industry users, manufacturers and service providers to discuss 3D printing’s role in building more efficient, value-added manufacturing processes. Speaking on behalf of Stratasys, I described the different ways 3D printing is being implemented to improve production and help businesses gain a competitive advantage. And I gave examples of the growing importance of 3D printing in Industry 4.0 as it continues to become more integrated in conventional manufacturing processes – transforming how we design, manufacture and work in the 21st century.

3D printing transforms how we design, manufacture and work in the 21st century – Ben Lazarus Click To Tweet

 

If you did not have a chance to attend the presentation in sunny Spain, I invite you to watch the video of the keynote to learn:

  • How additive manufacturing is being implemented to transform manufacturing processes
  • How companies can start planning their additive manufacturing strategy today to prepare for Industry 4.0
  • Specific examples of different customers who are bringing better products to market, faster and more cost effectively, including:

One of the main points I emphasized at the end of the keynote is the role of 3D printing is motivating students to get into STEM education. This is critical in building our next generation workforce that is prepared to enjoy and optimize the benefits of 3D printing for Industry 4.0. Research shows that enabling students to actually touch and experience technology dramatically improves their ability to remember technological concepts, as 3D printing makes STEM education much more impactful and attractive.

3D printing inspires students to pursue STEM careers by enabling them to touch and feel technological concepts – Ben Lazarus Click To Tweet

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Ben Lazarus

Ben Lazarus

Ben Lazarus, is the Vice President Business Transformation & PMI, Stratasys.
Ben joined Stratasys in 2014 and is part of The Stratasys Executive Leadership Team. Ben is responsible for driving Stratasys’ cross functional organic and inorganic transformation activities as both the company and the market develop and evolves.
Prior to his time at Stratasys, Ben was a Consulting Partner at PwC. He spent 17 years with PwC supporting global businesses with complex Integration and Business Transformation activities. Ben has led complex cross border integration projects across a range of industry sectors (including Financial Services, Manufacturing and Technology) and has a very strong understanding of how to navigate the cultural and business process challenges of scaling at rapid pace.
Ben’s introduction to Additive Manufacturing was as the Integration advisor on the merger of Stratasys and Objet in 2012.
Ben studied Politics at Leeds University and qualified as a UK Chartered Accountant (FCA).

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