Inside 3D Printing returns to San Diego
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Who Should Attend?
- Artists & Makers
- Automotive Professionals
- Aviation Innovators
- Fashion & Jewelry Designers
- Food Professionals
- Industrial Designers
- Inventors & Technologists
- Investors & Entrepreneurs
- Lawyers & IP Attorneys
- Manufacturers & Prototype Specialists
- Medical, Dental, & Prosthetic Specialists
- Plastics & Metal Engineers
- Software Developers
Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Media Partners
EnvisionTEC has developed cutting edge 3D printing solutions that provide the capability to rapidly manufacture true-to-life and functional duplications of CAD renderings with 3D representation that is unmatched in the industry. EnvisionTEC enjoys a strong customer and partner base in a wide variety of applications. http://www.envisiontec.com
GoEngineer is a leading Stratasys 3D Printer and SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD reseller, offering products, support, training and services. With over 30 years of product design experience, our clients have access to product experts, plus best-in class design tools that are easy to use and manage. As 3D printing gains global traction, GoEngineer can help you streamline and integrate design, engineering and manufacturing processes to be part of this revolutionary change. For more information, please go to http://goengineer.com.
Chemcubed is a collaboration of professionals with 20 years of experience in the printing industry with scientists from chemical, nanotechnology and materials sciences engineering to develop strategic application-specific engineered materials conceived for additive manufacturing. The first commercial product-effort of Chemcubed is in the aerospace industry building mechanical and electrical parts specifically for energy efficiency in manufacturing and in aircraft. Chemcubed opened its research laboratory in the Advanced Energy Center located at Stony Brook University. http://www.chemcubed.com/
Hawk Ridge Systems is Your Source for Engineering Design Solutions. From engineering design to manufacturing production, Hawk Ridge Systems has the team and the expertise to deliver the solutions you need. We Provide SOLIDWORKS® 3D software, CAMWorks® CAM software, and 3D printers from 3D Systems and Markforged® to over 25,000 customers in North America, as well as the largest, most dedicated technical support team, with a 2:1 ratio of engineers to sales. We have over 20 years of experience with engineering design and manufacturing software systems.
Reynolds Advanced Materials, a division of Smooth-On Inc., has been a supplier in the materials world since 1963 and exists to help you turn your idea into a physical reality by showing you a world of innovative materials that can do things you never thought possible. We are more than just a supplier of mold rubber and casting resins. We specialize in helping people like you convert concepts and project designs from prototypes to a finished product. Our technical expertise can guide you to the right material and/or equipment for just your project.
What causes annoying snags, bubbles and voids in layer when printing?
➢ Dust and other foreign airborne particles contaminate filament when produced
➢ Humidity (moisture) in factory air soaked up by filament when produced
➢ Filament not perfectly round and haphazardly wound on spool tangles up stopping filament feed or clogging nozzle
➢ Filament produced with up to 30% recycled PLA reducing consistency and strength
How do you fix it?
➢ Produce filaments in a Clean Room
➢ Control Humidity in Clean Room so filament is produced with less than 1000 parts per million
➢ Make filament perfectly round with +/- .02 mm diameter so filament can be machine wound layer by layer which guarantees no tangles in filament
➢ Filament made with only virgin USDA approved color powder and PLA
➢ Sign up for free spool at Booth 111
ONLY SCHOON CORPORATION (39 years supplying plastics and ink to OEM’s)
2559 Nicholson St
San Leandro, CA
Verbatim is proud to offer top grade 3D printing filaments manufactured in Japan to our exacting standards, and made from the highest quality materials to ensure consistent feeding and stable prints. Our product offering includes 1.75mm and 3mm ABS and PLA filaments, in a range of colors, and proprietary 1.75mm PRIMALLOY™ Flexible filament that allows users to create flexible, yet extremely durable prints. We recently launched 1.75mm and 3mm PP filament, offering high levels of heat and chemical resistance, and 1.75mm PET filament, offering high levels of transparency and strength. Our newest material is our 1.75mm BVOH filament, a water-soluble support material for complex 3D printed objects. All Verbatim 3D filaments are wound on a custom-designed spool, developed for both strength and to ensure even feeding of filament, resulting in high-quality, consistent printing.
3DENGR.com shares resources, tools, and techniques for 3D engineers, both experienced professionals and new hobbyists. We offer reviews, articles, and tutorials for 3D printers, 3D printing accessories, and 3D CAD software applications. 3DENGR.com helps innovators learn and develop their idea generation and design skills. We help engineers prepare for SOLIDWORKS certification with tips and tutorials. Visit http://3dengr.com.
3DNPD.com focuses on the process of moving ideas from napkin sketch to production. Three Dimensional New Product Development (3DNPD) includes ideation, prototyping, manufacturing, and market analysis. 3DNPD reports on CAD, 3D Printing, and virtual reality tools used along the way along with a sampling of marketing and financial concepts that help make the new product development process a success. Visit http://3dnpd.com.
3DPrintBoard.com - Discuss 3D printing, get technical help, learn about the technology and more at the world's #1 3d printing discussion forum.
3DPrint.com is The Voice of 3D Printing Technologies, covering all the latest 3D printing industry news along with in-depth editorials and investigate reporting. Additionally 3DPrint.com offers resources for 3D printing professionals and enthusiasts alike, including the largest 3D printing message board, www.3dprintboard.com, as well as outlets fore-commerce, webcasts, white papers, online education and more.
3DPrinting.com provides a home for 3D printing fanatics, DIY enthousiasts, students, engineers and industry professionals. On 3Dprinting.com you’ll find general information, news, product reviews, use cases and technical guides. You can shop for products in our store and look for jobs on our job board. http://3dprinting.com/
Attendees are eligible for 30 days free access to 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, the peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for world-class research in additive manufacturing and related technologies. The Journal explores emerging challenges and opportunities ranging from new developments of processes and materials, to new simulation and design tools, and informative applications and case studies. Novel applications in new areas, such as medicine, education, bio-printing, food printing, art and architecture, are also encouraged. To get access, go to: http://pages.liebertpubmail.com/access
Are you interested in 3D printing but not sure where to start? 3Dprintingforbeginners.com is here to help. We are the One Stop Shop for information and resources to get you started in 3D printing today. No hype or guru talk, just plain hands-on advice!
3D Printing Industry is the leading online news service and authority on additive manufacturing. With over 5 years of reporting on 3D printing behind us, we are the first choice for comprehensive, accurate and up to date news about all aspects our industry. This year 3DPI will host the 1st Annual 3D Printing Industry Awards. Please visit our site for more information. 3Dprintingindustry.com
ManufacturingTomorrow.com is an Online Trade Magazine featuringProducts, Companies, News, Articles and Events for the AdvancedManufacturing, Factory Automation & 3D Printing industries.
MetalForming magazine is an industry leading magazine and the official publication of the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA). Published monthly, the magazine focuses on those who create precision metal products using stamping, fabricating and other value-added processes. MetalForming magazine reaches more than 52,000 subscribers each month with new product applications, state-of-the-art technologies and management solutions to help lower costs and create efficiency in the workplace. Visit www.metalforming.com for more information.