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3D printing applications for the mechanical industry


Custom equipment, jigs and poses made with additive manufacturing.

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  • Applications of 3D printing for the mechanical engineering industry
  • Range of 3D printers most suitable for applications in this field
  • Focus on available printing materials and their characteristics.
  • Benefits associated with the use of additive manufacturing for companies
21-03-24 - 21-03-24

Why participate?

  • Are you a company working in mechanical engineering or finished products?

    How can additive manufacturing help you in making mechanical equipment? How much can you save in time and cost by internalizing this step?

    By making your own tooling in-house, you can make yourself more independent of outside suppliers for custom tooling and free yourself from the usual long lead times. But that’s not all: making your own tooling with 3D printing allows you to reduce the steps involved in machining it. At a time in history when it is difficult for companies to find specialized personnel such as designers, cam technicians, and millers, 3D printing is certainly a huge advantage.

    When time is a decisive factor, having the ready availability of equipment that improves and speeds up the machining process not only allows you to respond very always quickly to your customers, but also to acquire new projects.

What will you gain by participating in this webinar?

  • 1

    You will learn about the main applications of 3D printing in mechanical engineering and the range of recommended 3D printers. The uses of 3D printing on the shop floor, automatic machines, robotics, production or control equipment will be discussed.

    There will be a focus on available printing materials and their mechanical properties. With the ability to reinforce parts with fibers you will see the benefits of replacing components previously made of metal with 3D printed parts.


  • 2

    You will learn how 3D printing allows you to optimize the design process, the topological study of parts and the mechanical strength of components, At the same time, additive manufacturing allows for reduced weights and lower production costs than traditional manufacturing systems.


  • The main applications of 3D printing in mechanical engineering
  • Materials and their mechanical strengths
  • The entire printing process from CAD file to finished part
  • Success stories
  • Q&A


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