Modern manufacturing theory, tools, and best practices are focused on how to make thousands or millions of identical parts or products at a low cost per unit. Custom and low volume production pose unique challenges that require manufacturers to adapt.
Thanks to the rapid development of technologies and materials over the last decade, additive manufacturing has grown more capable as a true manufacturing tool and can now, enable the fabrication of custom and low volume end-use parts rapidly and cost-efficiently.
Watch this webinar to learn how to manufacture strong, long-lasting end-use parts on demand with 3D printing. Formlabs expert will guide you through the workflow, share recommendations and delve into real-life examples from innovative companies.
What you will learn:
Juliette conducts research on 3D printing workflows for engineering and manufacturing. Her goal is to develop and promote new 3D printing applications for various industries. Her scope of work includes collaborations with customers, inhouse testing, and knowledge transfer through the creation of technical content and training. Previously, she worked in the Open Innovation group at GE Power. She has a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from ETH Zurich and carried out research on nano-3D printing at UC Berkeley.