Thursday, 23 April 2015

Objective3D seminars showcase DDM capabilities to a full house

Objective3D ran the first of the seminar series planned for 2015 with impressive attendance at both the Melbourne and Sydney seminars.
 

With a full house and an International line up, guests at the Sydney and Melbourne Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) seminars were treated to a wealth of information from professionals across all facets of the Additive Manufacturing industry. 

The focus of this first series was how 3D Printers can augment and accelerate traditional manufacturing processes and production. Bender Kutub, Applications Engineer for Stratasys USA, shared his experience as a Mechanical Engineer with a strong focus on the analysis and design of composite materials and structures. His proficiency in testing and manufacturing of composites brought a unique perspective to the role 3D printing can play in most industries and manufacturing sectors. His main interest in Aerospace and Automotive applications of Additive Manufacturing also showcased the durability and high performance capabilities of 3D Printing technologies.

Other topics covered included leasing arrangements, Government Grants for Research and Development, as well as the capabilities and unique services offered by Objective3D parts, our 3D Printing division.  Melbourne guests were also treated to a tour of our World Class facility and 3D Printing bureau. 

DATES FOR THE DIARY:

More seminars are planned throughout the year:

June 2015 - SA and WA

July 2015 - Vic and NSW