3D Printing, Events and Webinars, 3D Scanning

Experience Additive Manufacturing at Expo 3D

By Emily Wolfe on June 26, 2018

Additive manufacturing with 3D printing technology can be applied in a variety of different ways. It can be used to create parts and assemblies without tooling, reduce design risk through prototyping, provide efficiencies in the manufacturing process and be used for low-production digital manufacturing. But with so many applications it can be very hard to pin down the technology that is right for your specific needs. 

Problem solved! On Thursday, July 12, you will have the opportunity to see multiple additive manufacturing solutions under one roof. 

Live Demonstrations

Throughout the day, Application Engineers will be demonstrating TriMech's comprehensive group of solutions that can help your company achieve their goals and decrease time to market. Join us at the time that is most convenient for you, and explore the technology at your own pace. 

Stratasys (1)1. Stratasys

Stratasys 3D printers can help you simplify production to work smarter, faster and reduce your time to market. Offering both Polyjet and FDM technologies for the method that works best to meet any number of manufacturing needs. 

 

Nano Dimension (1)2. Nano Dimension

Nano Dimension's technologies use advanced nano-particle inks to enable in-house rapid prototyping of professional, multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCBs).

Desktop Metal (1)3. Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal printers can extrude bound metal rods in a office-friendly, affordable process called Bound Metal Deposition (BMD) which eliminates the safety requirements of traditional metal 3D printing.

Artec 3D (1)
4. Artec 3D

Artec 3D provides the best and most comprehensive 3D scanners and post-processing software applicable to a wide range of industries.

 

geomagic (1)5. Geomagic

Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS is the industry's most complete integrated Scan-to-SOLIDWORKS CAD software solution. Reduce the time required to build complex 3D models of real world objects by directly scanning or importing scan data into SOLIDWORKS.

 

Come experience the latest in additive manufacturing technologies!

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