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Register by July 5 to Save on Virtual 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

If you plan on attending the Virtual 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour, the only additive manufacturing event dedicated to metals, register by July 5 to save on registration.

3D Metal Printing’s virtual event, the 5th Annual 3D Metal Printing Experience and Tech Tour, July 22-23, serves up 10 information-packed presentations, as well as unique networking opportunities and a virtual tour of Cumberland Additive, a full-service additive manufacturing (AM) company in Pflugerville, TX. Cumberland supplies the aerospace, oil and gas, defense, and other industries with metal parts from titanium, nickel, cobalt-chrome and other metal alloys, and offers a variety of production capabilities including design-engineering support, CNC machining, metal finishing and heat treating, quality inspection, and program management. The tour also includes a Q&A session with Cumberland Additive management.

The latest conference agenda addition: Penn State’s Tim Simpson, offering Design for AM, a three-part mini-course. Other confirmed speakers: Mark Barfoot, director of AM programs at EWI; Travis Hanson, manufacturing engineer at Stratasys Direct; Cullen Hilkene, CEO of 3Diligent; Francisco Medina, associate professor and director of technology and engagement at UTEP/W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation; Mark Norfolk, president of Fabrisonic; and Shannon Van Deren, president of Layered Manufacturing and Consulting.


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