Live Webinar - 3D Printing Elastomers - Challenges & Solutions - Aug 18, 2PM ET
Material Performance. Part size. Cost. Throughput speed. The challenges to 3d printing elastomers have solutions and we have the case study to prove it.

Each printing platform (SLS, SLA, FDM, etc..) has challenges and benefits in printing elastomers. We present DLP printing as a leading solution to additive manufacturing of flexible parts and products.

In the past, it has been nearly impossible to additively manufacture elastomeric materials with rubber and polyurethane-like performance. Fused filament fabrication and Selective laser sintering printing of elastomeric thermoplastics result in properties and parts that are suited for prototyping not end use performance. DLP™ and stereolithography printing typically require viscous materials that have low elasticity, poor tear strength and little strain capacity. FDM printing has Z-axis issues and is limited in production speed by the number of print heads.

This webinar will present DLP printing and Adaptive3D's Elastic ToughRubber products as a leading solution to the challenges of functional material performance, limited part sizes, high cost of production and low throughput speeds. We will introduce Adaptive3D's new Shore A elastomeric photopolymer Elastic ToughRubber 70™ and present a case study of how it is already used in consumer products.

About the Speaker:
Walter E. Voit, Ph.D. - Founder | President | CEO - Adaptive3D. Walter Everett Voit is a Dallas-based entrepreneur at the head of Adaptive3D. Voit is a technical founder and leader, having joined the company full time (May 2017) after receiving tenure from UT Dallas in the Materials Science and Engineering Department.

Dr. Voit is on the Executive Committee and the Science and Technology Chair of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards through the National Institute of Standards and Technology and an International Atomic Energy Agency consultant in the field of radiation crosslinked shape memory polymers.

Voit is a DARPA Young Faculty Awardee and DARPA Director’s Fellow and works closely with industry including Texas Instruments, GlaxoSmithKline, Halliburton and Honeywell. Voit has authored more than 75 manuscripts and book chapters, is inventor on multiple patents and enjoys basketball, soccer, snowboarding, rafting, hiking, reading, parenting and travelling.

PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants who attend the full live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 48 hours after completion.

To sign up, please complete the form on this page. Your attendance at this webinar is sponsored by Adaptive3D.