Potomac 3D Systems Workshop to Feature How to Integrate 3D Printing onto the Factory Floor
June 4, 14; Baltimore, MD Digital Fabrication industry leader Potomac Photonics, Inc. will present a workshop in the 3D Systems 3D Printing 2.0 series on June 20 from 2 to 4 p.m. Although there is no charge to attend, space is limited so please click here to register online.
The program is an overview of 3D Printing and specific applications that are well suited to the technology. While all areas will be covered including education, design, and art, special emphasis will be given on how to integrate 3D Printing onto the factory floor. As an authorized reseller of 3D Systems 3D Printers, Potomac will also discuss the best 3D Printer for specific jobs. There will also be a demo of the Cube desktop 3D Printer and a high-resolution professional 3D Printer. A variety of samples in multiple materials will be available to touch and feel the quality of 3D Printing.
Potomac President and CEO, Mike Adelstein, will open the program with an overview of how 3D Printing and Digital Fabrication can bring ideas to life. Potomac staff will then define digital fabrication and 3D Printing, explain when it is best to use 3D Printing over other fabrication methods, give examples of good 3D printing applications, and explain CAD design and scanning. A tour of Potomac will also include excimer and CO2 laser workstations, micro-CNC machining, and hot embossing processes.
Potomac’s move to [email protected] offers the perfect facility for education, training, workshops, and conferences. With auditoriums, conference rooms, and video conferencing alongside state of the art equipment, we have the space and bandwidth to help engineers, designers, educators, business owners, artists – actually anyone interested in Digital Fabrication – learn about the power of Digital Fabrication, especially new 3D Printing technology. And since Potomac has worked in Digital Fabrication since 1986, we are uniquely positioned to assist in choosing the right 3D Printer for a specific application.
Attendees have left past workshops commenting that their “heads were spinning with new ideas” for their own work! Please click here to register online today!