WEBINAR - Engineering Your 3D Manufacturing Process to Industrial Grade Tolerance Standards
Date: Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM
Duration: 1 Hour
Are you trying to understand the process capabilities of 3D Printing? Wondering if it has a shot at meeting the ISO 289 standards required for other manufacturing methods? Register today to learn how HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion technology stacks up to other manufacturing processes, and where it’s headed!
Register now to::
* Leave knowing and understanding the basics of manufacturing terminology
* Learn how mass manufacturers use standards: dimensioning, tolerancing, CpK and IT Scale
* Learn how to differentiate between manufacturing methods
* Identify where HP Multi-Jet Fusion 3D printing technology fits in
Speaker: Edward Davis, Director of 3D Strategy, Chief Technologists Office, HP
Ed Davis is the Director of 3D & Digital Manufacturing Strategy, the newest and fastest growing of HP’s three global business units. Ed has over 30 years of experience in printing technology investigations and product development. Ed’s current responsibility is translating megatrend and competitive analysis into the vision for the Digital Manufacturing Industry and developing the execution strategy for creating this manufacturing ecosystem, from design through production and use. Ed is recognized for his depth in product lifecycles, from design through manufacture, including part manufacture, product assembly, distribution, and use. Previously, Ed held a series of positions in HP’s ~$20B Print business, focusing on creating and scaling new business opportunities.
Speaker: Dustin Kloempken, Application Engineer, HP
Dustin Kloempken is an Application Engineer (AE) with HP who teaches companies how to stay agile amongst global competitors by leveraging the power of additive manufacturing. With the 4th industrial revolution in sight, Dustin has been working with companies in the medical field to discover ways to provide customized care on a mass scale. He helped a major automotive company cut a 6-month lead time for the creation of a finalized prototype to only 1 month. He also helped a major special effects company cut 2000 hours of continuous print time down to only 1 week so that the project could go off without a hitch on the Jimmy Kimmel live show. Dustin owes his success from experiences such as running a business, working in the energy generation fields and his education in multiple disciplines.