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Introducing Factory Solutions: How to Build Additive Factories for High Value Manufacturing Projects

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The global conversation about additive manufacturing in production is full of misconceptions and confusing hype. We’re launching Formlabs Factory Solutions to help you cut through the hype and build high-value additive manufacturing projects at scale.

The agile digital factory, built around 3D printing, provides unprecedented opportunities for decreasing costs and increasing revenue. We’ve created Factory Solutions to make it easy for you to turn these opportunities into immediate wins for your business.

In this briefing, Formlabs’ Global Business Development Lead Dan Recht will show you how to identify, assess, and benefit from opportunities to use additive manufacturing as a production technology.

What you will learn:

  • Five ways in which additive manufacturing creates value when you adopt it at scale.
  • Our Factory Solutions team’s method for evaluating the costs and revenue opportunities of additive manufacturing projects.
  • How you can turn additive manufacturing into an unfair advantage for your business using the three components of Factory Solutions.

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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.