live webinar

Streamline additive manufacturing processes from design to 3D printing

The value of an end-to-end workflow

July 9, 2024 at 12:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time


an engineer at toolcraft ag looks at a part design in Siemens NX software

What's the secret to faster output, fewer errors and improved product quality? It's an end-to-end additive manufacturing workflow that connects and streamlines multiple processes with a single digital thread.

No one knows this better than toolcraft AG, a leading manufacturer in the aerospace, automotive, semiconductor and medical technologies fields. They successfully reduced their development time and workflow errors while improving traceability and collaboration between departments.

In this webinar, toolcraft AG and Siemens highlight how integrated design, simulation and printing processes make it possible to print high-quality parts correctly the first time.

Register for this webinar and get a walkthrough of the step-by-step process from the very beginning design phase to the final printing and scanning of parts to show they're within tolerance.

Meet the speakers

toolcraft AG

Kevin Epple

Manager in Additive Manufacturing

Kevin Epple is responsible for the "Engineering and simulation - Additive manufacturing" department at toolcraft AG. With seven years of experience in additive manufacturing design and process chain, Kevin passes along his knowledge as a presales manager and a trainer for AMbitious, a Siemens partner.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Tom van Eekelen

Product Manager Simcenter 3D AM

Tom van Eekelen has more than two decades of experience in finite element modeling and development in the field of thermo-mechanical analysis. Tom is currently the product manager for Simcenter 3D AM, a simulation tool for additive manufacturing. Prior to that, he was a part of the development team of the metal powder bed fusion simulation application in NX.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Mike Vasi

Product Manager NX AM

Mike Vasi has more than 15 years of experience in the PLM software industry. Throughout his career, Mike has held various positions in product development and customer success. He is currently the Product Manager of the Siemens NX AM application.