Additive manufacturing can be used to create complex geometries that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional manufacturing methods. This can provide machine builders the ability to achieve great improvements to product quality and design, and OEMs that are early adopters will differentiate themselves from competitors. When we talk with Industrial Machinery customers in the field though, we see many companies printing multiple versions of a part before they get a part that will pass their quality control. This struggle to achieve quality prints happens across the industry and affects not only additive adoption, but also the return companies get on their investment from additive manufacturing.
The good news is that there are products and systems to help companies achieve that “first time right” 3d metal printing. This webinar discusses those tools and how they can improve your first article printing quality
Key features of the 3D Additive Manufacturing Platform
In this webinar Ashley explores the challenges of 3D metal printing, the costs of additive manufacturing failures to companies and most importantly, solutions offered with the latest in 3d metal printing technology.
Additive Manufacturing Marketing Manager
Ashley has worked for Siemens for over 20 years in several capacities. He has spent the last few years deep-diving into additive manufacturing and is a co-author on several patents in this area.