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Combining Digital Manufacturing with Digital Twins: Real-World Case Studies

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The Formlabs Factory Solutions team is seeing patterns emerge in the ways manufacturers generate value through digitalization and the challenges they need to overcome.

Join Dan Recht, Formlabs’ Global Business Development Lead, as we cover two cases where we helped our customers combine the digital twin concept with 3D printing to speed time to market and increase manufacturing reliability.

What you will learn:

What you will learn:

  • Why Formlabs created Factory Solutions to support customer’s high volume digital manufacturing initiatives.
  • How Formlabs has adapted the digital twin concept to help multiple customers build digital twin factories 3D printing nasal swabs during COVID-19.
  • How Formlabs supports a global digital factory network that sprang up overnight.
  • Why a shared digital workflow has allowed for immediate transition of process improvements across the digital factory network.

This talk was originally presented at the Digital Twin Summit, organized by ASME.

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Webinar Speakers


Dan Recht

Global Business Development Lead at Formlabs

Dan Recht helps the world's leading companies shape and implement their additive manufacturing strategies. Previously, Dan led a startup that commercialized a new kind of fuel tank for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and created a technology scouting and partnerships group at a large manufacturing and renewable energy company. Dan earned his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University and his bachelor's degree in Physics from Princeton University.