Webinar Round-Up: 3D Printing Materials, CNC Machining, and More

We wrapped up 2016 with two webinars on rapid manufacturing. First, we discussed how to design efficient parts for CNC machining. Then we shared tips on how to select the right material for your 3D-printed parts. Both are available on demand.

Stay tuned for what’s to come in 2017. We’ll be kicking off the new year by looking at how to leverage on-demand production to reduce manufacturing costs and manage demand volatility.

Proto Labs’ On-Demand Webinars 
Below you’ll find our complete library of webinars—just click the title to watch.

Designing for Rapid Overmolding

  • Design factors that determine the quality of flexible-to-rigid bonds
  • Methodology used to measure bonding strength

Designing for 3D Printing: Selective Laser Sintering

  • SLS material considerations
  • Design guidelines for functional prototypes and production parts

How to Choose the Right Thermoplastic Material

  • Factors in thermoplastic material selection
  • Overview of common thermoplastics including the effects of additives

Designing for 3D Printing: Direct Metal Laser Sintering

  •  DMLS design considerations including surface finishes, internal features, stresses, and support requirements.
  • Reducing multi-part assemblies into a single component

How Rapid Prototyping Accelerates Medical Device Development

  • Strategies to accelerate medical device development cycle
  • Prototyping effectively  and reduce design risk with rapid manufacturing

Designing for 3D Printing: Stereolithography

  • Properties of commonly used stereolithography materials
  • The unique benefits of stereolithography and general design tips for overhangs, support structures, finishes, etc.

Improving Manufacturability with ProtoQuote

  • How to get free design for manufacturability feedback for your part
  • Improving manufacturability by adding draft, adjusting wall thickness and incorporating radii

Choosing the Right Rapid Manufacturing Method for Plastic Parts

  • 3D printing, machining and molding processes and specifications
  • Material selection and properties for each process

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