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The Closest Thing to Metal 3D Printing With a $3500 Printer

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Metal 3D printing or machining metal parts can be a costly process. Hybrid techniques, like using electroplating with an affordable in-house SLA 3D printer, can help achieve high-detail, metal-like parts at a low cost.

In this webinar, learn how electroplating expands the material palette of SLA 3D printing to achieve high-stiffness, wear resistant end- use parts. While SLA printing enables creation of complex custom parts, electroplating transforms SLA parts to obtain metal-like properties including high modulus, electrical conductivity, or aesthetic finishes.

What you'll learn:

  • The science behind the electroplating process and how it increases the stiffness of 3D printed parts.
  • How users are leveraging the technology for mechanical, electrical, and aesthetic applications.
  • Design and printing best practices to ensure success when working with an electroplating service.
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Webinar Speakers

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Sean Wise

President and Founder of RePliForm

Dr. Sean Wise, PhD, RePliForm's president and founder, has more than ten years of experience electroforming on prototype materials. He has experience in a variety of tooling applications involving material development of energetic materials, cementicious materials and most recently electroplated plastic composites.

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Analisa Russo

Technical Community Manager, Formlabs

Analisa is a member of the Partnerships + Community Team at Formlabs, where she works closely with customers to tell their workflow stories in the form of both educational and inspirational online content. Analisa has a background in materials science (MIT ’08 and UIUC ’14) with a focus on desktop fabrication techniques. Prior to joining Formlabs, she worked as lead developer of Circuit Scribe, a conductive ink pen with applications in education, art, and circuit prototyping.