3D Platform to Lead Discussions at the 2016 AMUG Conference
3D Platform brings live, ongoing demonstrations of the 3DP Workbench and five 3D printing education sessions to the 2016 AMUG Conference
Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) is an independent, industry-wide users group that gives its members a forum for learning, information exchange, and establishing professional connections. The cornerstone of AMUG’s offerings is the annual conference. Since 2011, the AMUG Conference has become a place where owners and operators of all commercial additive manufacturing technologies get together and exchange ideas and experiences in technical sessions, workshops and casual conversations.
This year’s AMUG Conference will be held April 3 -7, at the St.Louis Union Station. As a proud Platinum Sponsor, 3D Platform will have live, ongoing demonstrations of the 3DP Workbench and five 3D printing education sessions focusing on various aspects of large format 3D printing throughout the event.
If you are attending the AMUG Conference, be sure to check out our conference tracks and schedule a one-on-one discussion with us.
We hope to see you in St. Louis!
2016 AMUG 3D Platform Conference Tracks
Speaker: Ben Williams
Session Title: Strategies To Achieve Proper Dimensions In FFF Printing
Session Time: Monday, April 4th. 3:15 PM – 3:45 PM Regency Ballroom C
What are the different techniques you can apply to assure 3D printed parts are accurately printed within specified dimensions? In this session, 3D Platform’s Additive Manufacturing Engineer, Ben Williams is going to discuss the solutions for achieving proper dimensions in 3D printing.
Speaker: Joe Binka
Session Title: Achieving 20x Print Speed – an R&D View
Session Time: Tuesday, April 5th. 10:30 – 11:00 AM Midway Suite IV and Thursday, April 7th 2:15 – 2:45 PM Regency Ballroom C
Speed can be a fundamental advantage of 3D printing and the driving force behind the innovation and explosive growth of the market. In this session, Joe will share his top strategies for improving print speeds on an FFF 3D printer.
Speaker: Mark Huebner
Session Title: Support Material Strategies for FFF Printing
Session Time: Wednesday, April 6th. 4:00 – 4:30 PM Room: Regency Ballroom C
In this session, Mark Huebner, 3D Platform Market Development Manager, will share and discuss the best strategies for minimizing the use of support material, reducing the effects of scarring, and lessening the time in post processing for fused filament 3D printing.
Speaker: Melissa Cavanagh
Session Title: Leveraging Inserts and Multiple Print Processes for Real-World Functionality
Session Time: Thursday, April 7th. 10:30 – 11:00 AM Midway Suite IV
In this session, Melissa Cavanagh, Marketing Communications Manager at 3D Platform, will lead the discussion about how to get the most benefit from a 3D print using expanded print capabilities, such as inserts and coring, in real-world applications.