Additive Manufacturing – What Happens after the Print: The Virtual Edition
SPE Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing SIG Presents: Finishing – What Happens after the Print: The Virtual Edition

Jennifer Howe


Michael Schorr


Creating the New Standard for High-Value End-Use Parts


Additive Manufacturing has shown the ability to change the approach of traditional manufacturing and open ideas for creative solutions. There are many hurdles that AM must pass over in order to prove its true value in the industry of manufacturing especially if it has the opportunity to replace that of traditional methods. Printers, material variety and finish are the main areas of challenge that this market faces. This is where DyeMansion leads the industry by enabling users to turn 3D-printed parts into high-value end-use products. Their Print-to-Product workflow focuses on the three major areas of quality; cleaning, surface finish and color. Mike Schorr, Head of Applications of DyeMansion North America Inc., will review in depth the capabilities that DyeMansion brings to the table in producing a true high-value end-use part. Mike will show how the technology behind DyeMansion’s DeepDye Coloring (DDC) solution enables users to achieve countless color opportunities with ISO certifications. He will also show how the ability to create an ideal surface finish through either the Powershot S with the company’s proprietary Polyshot Surfacing (PSS) or their brand-new Powerfuse S with the VaporFuse (VFS) process can truly give the user the ability to produce products and end-use parts that were otherwise unachievable through 3D-printing.

About the Speakers

Jennifer Howe has been with DyeMansion for one year and joined the team as the Lead for sales and business development for all the Americas. Prior to DyeMansion she sold AM machines to all different industries for the past 6 years.

Michael Schorr is Head of Application Consulting Americas at DyeMansion with 7 years in 3D Printing and 20+ years in manufacturing. Michael has experience in various industries, from automotive to consumer goods (e.g. Under Armour).

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