Stratasys Spotlight

Stratasys Asia Pacific 3D Printing Forum 2016

Themed “Exploring New Design and Manufacturing Solutions”, the forum offers 3D printing workshops in key industries and technologies, including automotive, consumer electronics, education. Speakers this year will include innovative manufacturing professor, Stratasys executives and GrabCAD experts.

Issue No.8, 31 Aug 2016



Stratasys Asia Pacific 3D Printing Forum 2016

The Stratasys Asia Pacific 3D Printing Forum 2016 is Around the Corner!

Themed “Exploring New Design and Manufacturing Solutions”, the forum offers 3D printing workshops in key industries and technologies, including automotive, consumer electronics, education. Speakers this year will include innovative manufacturing professor, Stratasys executives and GrabCAD experts.


 
 
 
Choose your breakout track now to get the most out of the various workshops and seminars

Themed “Exploring New Design and Manufacturing Solutions”, the forum offers 3D printing workshops in key industries and technologies, including automotive, consumer electronics, education etc. Speakers this year will include innovative manufacturing professor, Stratasys executives and GrabCAD experts.

Agenda and Highlighted Sessions*
 
Where 3D Printing is Heading to in Manufacturing
Richard Hague, Professor of Innovative Manufacturing, University of Nottingham
 
How GrabCAD Fits in the 3D Printing Ecosystem
Grant Thomas-Lepore, Software Products & Strategy, GrabCAD
 
Stratasys’ Role in Product Development in the Next 5 Years
Josh Claman, Chief Business Officer, Stratasys
 
Reservations are based on first-come-first-served basis.
Register Now to avoid disappointment.
 

 
 
*Agenda and speaking sessions are subject to change without notice







Message from General Manager

The additive manufacturing landscape is changing. Around the world designers, engineers and manufacturers from various industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Products and others have acknowledged the benefits of 3D printing in the prototyping arena, and are starting to explore and utilize the technology in other stage of the production cycle. Users have reshaped their ways of design and manufacturing, moving away from conventional fabrication methods to digital manufacturing. New demands and opportunities also arise from creative uses of 3D printing and its applications that was previously impossible.
 
It is these new demands and creativity from users that has prompted the 3D printing industry to keep researching and pushing the boundary. This is why the 2016 Stratasys Asia Pacific 3D Printing Forum series is themed – to explore new design and manufacturing solutions and upcoming trends with users. Launched in 2014, we build a 3D printing community where renowned analysts, local users and tech-savvy joined to discuss the latest use of the technology. Last year, discussion was expanded to deep-dive on advanced 3D printing applications, such as different types of tooling and post-processing etc.
 
This year, we will be taking one step further to bring vertical-oriented and collaborated solutions (e.g. GrabCAD) and sharing technical knowhow with users through different hands-on workshops. We believe that together with users, we will spark new ideas and brainstorm more insights and better solutions to materialize new ideas that make the world a better place.
 
The forum is approaching, and we look forward to every attendee’s input, making it as fruitful as it has always been. Join us now and see you in September!
 
 
Omer Krieger
General Manager, Stratasys AP







Missed the 2015 3D Printing Forum? Here are some highlights!

3D Printing, Now and Beyond: Disruptive Principles and Development Episodes

Professor Hod Lipson, keynote speaker at the Stratasys Asia Pacific 3D Printing Forum 2015 series, described the emergence of 3D printing as an opportunity to redefine manufacturing and open up new possibilities. In his presentation, Hod believed 3D printing would boom after four major development episodes. Download this opinion piece to learn about how the professor saw the industry and its evolution.




 





Customer Story

Customer Story: Stratasys Collaborates with Daihatsu and Japanese Designers to Create Customized Automotive Accessories

Daihatsu Motor Company, a manufacturer of small and lightweight cars based in Japan, wanted to place more customization and design freedom directly into the hands of its customers. The automaker relied on Stratasys® 3D Printing technology and partnered with local designers to create intricate and tactile patterns that can be placed on the front and rear bumpers of the Daihatsu Copen, a popular two-door convertible.




 



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