Webinar: How Metal Additive Manufacturing Delivers New Efficiencies in Lightweight Parts

Metal manufacturing has rapidly transformed over the course of the last 30 years.

Metal manufacturing has rapidly transformed over the course of the last 30 years. For ages, processes for making metal parts remained very much the same with improvements in efficiency and output being delivered on the margins. But since the 1980s, a new technology, additive manufacturing (AM), has given rise to a completely new paradigm in metal production.

Metal AM makes it possible to create products in a way that could never be achieved through previous manufacturing methods. Spurred on by advanced hardware, and enhanced by advanced software, engineers can use metal AM to produce parts that are stronger and more lightweight than ever before. What’s more, metal AM’s unique abilities also make it possible for engineers to innovate in ways that weren’t conceivable in the past.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What does it mean to manufacture in metal these days?
  • What software tools are available to help you improve metal products.
  • About the advantages of lighter-weight metal parts.

About the Speaker:

Bryan Hodgson is the Lead Expert of Advanced Aerospace Applications at 3D Systems. Bryan has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Over the last 10 years, Bryan has been an application engineer working on disruptive technologies that are changing the aerospace industry. These days his focus has shifted to additive manufacturing.

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