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How 3D Scanning Supports the Modern Product Development Process

Interested in exploring new technologies to integrate into your 3D printing workflow that will elevate your product development process? Join us for the first webinar in our Modern Product Development series, where we’re partnering with Peel 3D to learn all about 3D scanners.

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Join us for the first webinar in our Modern Product Development Process series. We’re partnering with Peel 3D to explore how to integrate 3D scanners into your 3D printing workflow to elevate your product development process.

Expect an in-depth introduction and workflow demo by Dan Kirchgessner, Partnerships Manager at Formlabs, and Jose-Roberto Calderon, Technical Support and 3D Metrology Expert. 

You’ll learn:
  • Intro to 3D scanning technology
  • Using 3D scanning for product development
  • Integrating 3D scanning into your workflow
  • Turning 3D scans into 3D prints

Featuring

Jose-Roberto Calderon

Technical Support and 3D Metrology Expert at Creaform

Dan Kirchgessner

Partnerships Manager at Formlabs

Max

Co-founder and CEO at Formlabs

Max

Co-founder and CEO at Formlabs

Webinar Chapters
9:09
Adam explains the “Low Force” in Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)
13:31
Deep dive into the light processing unit of the Form 3
25:19
Choosing a material with the Formlabs workflow
31:00
Faris shows how to use the Form 3
40:16
Adam shows how to remove light touch supports

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