Upcoming 3D Printing Webinars and Events: A Guide for November 19, 2023


Things are slowing down this week, yet we still have a few webinars to inform you about. Continue reading for all the specifics!

3D Printing News Unpeeled

Our Executive Editor Joris Peels, who doubles as the Vice President of Consulting at Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), delivers a news livestream one to two times per week named 3D Printing News Unpeeled at 9:30 am EST. Each episode, Peels engages LinkedIn Live and unveils, in 20 minutes or fewer, what he deems to be the top news stories from the 3D printing industry for that week, and their significance. Some of the reports in his roundup are ones we’ve highlighted at 3DPrint.com, and others are not, however, all are intriguing and consequential!

November 21: High-Strength 3D Printing Aluminum Al5X1

On Tuesday, November 21st, at 10 am EST, a discussion on the performance, capabilities, cost benefits, and other aspects of EOS’s new product, the Al5X1 “High-Strength Aluminum for 3D Printing” will take place. EOS’s latest addition to their aluminum material portfolio has been evaluated by top companies in aerospace, defense, and the semiconductor industry. Being a lightweight and corrosion-resistant alloy, attendees will be given insights into the development process of the material, anodization process, why it only requires a single-step heat treatment with no Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP), and EOS’s successful effort to deliver high strength along with high elongation, among other topics.

“Get insights into an aluminum alloy specifically engineered for additive manufacturing but comes at a more affordable cost compared to other aluminum alloys with similar strength and elongation properties. EOS Aluminum Al5X1 provides outstanding performance and material properties, harmonizing high strength with elongation.”

Interested individuals can sign up for the webinar here.

Mark Your Calendar for November 21: TriMech Teaches SOLIDWORKS Simulation & Simulia 2024

On the 21st at 10 am EST, TriMech is set to conduct a webinar where participants can “Discover SOLIDWORKS Simulation and Simulia 2024“. The software now comes loaded with a range of new tools designed to simplify the process of result sharing and boasts performance enhancements that can trim simulation time in both Plastics and Finite Element Analysis tools. Joe McDonough, TriMech Solutions Consultant, will talk about how SOLIDWORKS’ trio of simulation tools bring to the table thrilling new updates. These updates will facilitate easier mesh creation and sufficiency verification. McDonough is also expected to shed light on how Dassault Simulia’s array of offerings can bolster business simulation capabilities through advanced solvers housed in the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform.

“SOLIDWORKS 2024 affords a plethora of fresh and exhilarating simulation updates. This webinar aims to explore the most practicable updates across all simulation applications that SOLIDWORKS provides, including Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), and Plastics Injection molding analysis.”

To be part of the webinar, you can register here.

Available Recordings: AM Investment Strategies & 6K Additive/Agile Webinar

Recently, 3DPrint.com held two online events. If you missed them, don’t worry, you can still watch. The first event, AM Investment Strategies, was hosted by Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR, formerly SmarTech Analysis) in partnership with Cantor Fitzgerald. This event took place the week before formnext 2023 and was introduced by Vice President of Formnext Sascha Wenzler. The roundtable was moderated by Troy Jensen, Managing Director at Cantor Fitzgerald, and featured industry leaders from Stratasys, 3D Systems, AM Ventures, AMR, and Formlabs. To watch the recording, register here.

A few days later, 3DPrint.com hosted a webinar by 6K Additive & Agile Space Industries titled “Getting to the Moon with AM.” Our Editor-in-Chief Michael Molitch-Hou moderated the webinar, with special guests from Agile and 6K Additive. They discussed the specifics of Agile’s A2200 engines, set to be used on a lunar lander vehicle, and the importance of Ni625 as a 3D printing material. To watch the recording, register here.

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