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How to Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM)

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3D printing is a catalyst for efficiency. Giving staff from production engineers to machinists the tools to tighten supply chains, improve production planning, and produce lighter or higher-performing and potentially cheaper parts when compared to some traditional manufacturing methods.
However, since the fundamental technology behind additive manufacturing is very different to that of injection moulding and machining, for example, a number of factors need to be considered when designing a part fully optimized for the additive manufacturing process.

What you will learn:

In this webinar, we’ll guide you through the various concepts, design considerations, and best practices you’ll need to follow when designing a part for additive manufacturing in order to unlock its full benefits. The presentation will be packed with visual examples, manufacturing design guidelines and five methods to design for assembly.

You’ll learn:
  • Optimize your design for 3D printing to save printing time and reduce material costs.
  • Increase your print success rate and quality by learning the 3D printing design guidelines.
  • How to avoid print failures related to adhesion, warping, lack of support structures, and more.

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Webinar Speakers


Minseo Kim

Applications Engineer at Formlabs

Minseo holds a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and he is specialized in advanced manufacturing. He conducted research on 3D printing of ceramic lattice structures to push the boundaries of manufacturing. He truly believes that Formlabs 3D printer can help people to bring their ideas to real products.