The process of achieving customized and high volume production of footwear is demonstrated in the DLP 3D Printing Webinar.


Today, the combination of high-volume production and decentralized manufacturing can present a variety of challenges for businesses. In recent years, we have witnessed numerous disruptions in logistics, highlighting the vulnerabilities that can arise from this model. These disruptions have been magnified since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought entire industries to a standstill.

To address these challenges, it is crucial for companies to embrace flexible technologies that can revolutionize domestic manufacturing processes. One such technology is digital manufacturing, which allows for mass customization and on-demand production of highly accurate and flexible end-use parts without the need for extensive tooling and molds. This level of design freedom and the ability to quickly iterate in response to market demands is particularly valuable in the footwear industry.

If you’re interested in learning more about how customized and high-volume production of footwear is achieved through DLP 3D printing, we invite you to join our free webinar, “How Customized and High Volume Production of Footwear Is Realized With DLP 3D Printing,” on October 19th, 2023 at 4PM CEST/10AM EDT. In this webinar, we will be joined by experts from ETEC and Made+ who will demonstrate the advantages of DLP 3D printing in footwear manufacturing environments. They will also showcase how this technology can be leveraged to produce end-use parts with exceptional accuracy, speed, efficiency, and a wide range of industrial materials. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and stay ahead of the curve.

Manuel Delgado, the Head of the Polymer Sales team at Desktop Metal for the EMEA region, will be a key speaker in the webinar. With 12 years of experience in consumer and manufacturing goods, as well as 9 years of expertise in additive manufacturing in the polymer industry, Manuel brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. His diverse background encompasses different materials, equipment technologies, and leadership roles.

Another notable speaker is Alan Guyan, the founder and CEO of Made+. With over 25 years of experience in product creation, manufacturing innovation, and business development, Alan is a seasoned and accomplished executive in the field of 3D printing. He has successfully led global teams and spearheaded the development and launch of groundbreaking products and solutions across various sectors, including aerospace, medical, and footwear.

Joining them is Madeleine Prior, the English Content Specialist at 3Dnatives, a leading international online media outlet focused on 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Madeleine plays a crucial role in defining the content that 3Dnatives provides to its English-speaking audience. She ensures that readers receive the latest news and insights into the additive manufacturing sector and its implications.

The webinar is free to attend, and you can register HERE. We would love to hear from you if you plan on joining us for “How Customized and High Volume Production of Footwear Is Realized With DLP 3D Printing.” Feel free to leave a comment below or reach out to us on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter. Stay updated with the latest 3D printing news by signing up for our free weekly Newsletter, delivering the most recent developments straight to your inbox. You can also find a wealth of informative videos on our YouTube channel.

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