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Investment casting is a tried-and-true method for creating intricate and complex metal. But the combination of investment casting and 3D printing using stereolithography is opening up new possibilities and advantages for manufacturers.

Presented by Stratasys and software innovators Materialise, we delve into the world of 3D printed stereolithography (SLA) patterns and how they are transforming the investment casting landscape.


In this webinar, you'll gain invaluable insights into the benefits of adopting 3D printed patterns over traditional production methods and learn how to overcome the pitfalls associated with investment casting.

1. The Advantages and Limitations: Understand the unique advantages that result from combining investment casting and 3D printing. 

2. Ideal Applications for 3D Printed Patterns: Discover the industries and applications where 3D printed patterns truly shine. 

3. Designing with Stereolithography: Learn the intricacies of designing 3D printed patterns using stereolithography. 

4. Printing Tips and Optimization: From selecting the right materials to fine-tuning your printing process, you'll be equipped with the know-how to maximize efficiency and quality.


This webinar is ideal for engineers, designers, manufacturers, and anyone involved in the investment casting process who wants to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving manufacturing landscape. Whether you're already familiar with 3D printing or just beginning to explore its potential, this webinar offers something for everyone.

Are you ready to gain a competitive edge and explore the endless possibilities of investment casting with 3D printed stereolithography patterns?

Register now to watch our on-demand webinar at your convenience. Stay ahead of the competition and revolutionize your manufacturing processes with the latest innovations in 3D printing.