Start to 3D Print: Step into the world of Additive Manufacturing
Get inspired by real-life examples and discover the possibilities of 3D printing
CBS figures show that about 16 per cent of companies in the Benelux do 3D printing in-house or outsource it. Flam3D estimates the figures for Flanders to be just as high, meaning that 84 per cent of companies are not yet doing 3D printing. To help these companies get started in the AM world, Flam3D and IndustrialFairs are organising the Start to 3D print seminar on 28 February, and this has not escaped 3D Print Magazine’s attention either.
The seminar will provide an overview of different AM techniques, advantages and disadvantages and suitable applications. In addition, practical examples from the participating Flam3D members will be shown, including supplier of Desktop Metal AM systems Bühlmann, Kiamco (Harry Kleijnen) on industrial metal printing, Metal Technics 3D on support and design for metal printing and Rösler Benelux going deeper into postprocessing possibilities.
Host Seido Systems will showcase their wide range of 3D printers and be able to highlight their 3D printing experiences from both the reseller and supplier side. The event is also a preview for Machineering, a trade fair for the manufacturing industry taking place in Brussels at the end of March, where additive manufacturing will be one of the technology themes.
The event is free and starts at 16:00, sign up via this link. With the seminar, the organisers hope to get companies wondering whether 3D printing is for them started and inspire them to apply 3D printing as a manufacturing technology alongside CNC milling and turning.
Still not completely convinced and looking for more info? Then be sure to read the article in 3D Print magazine.