SPE WEBINAR: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing: Exploring the 7 Families of 3D Printing Technologies

An Overview of Additive Manufacturing: Exploring the 7 Families of 3D Printing Technologies


An Overview of Additive Manufacturing: Exploring the 7 Families of 3D Printing Technologies

July 12, 2023; 11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT

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Join us for an insightful and educational webinar as we delve into the captivating world of additive manufacturing!

Through its partnership with 3Dnatives, the largest online media platform for 3D printing, SPE is proud to present this webinar dedicated to additive manufacturing. It will take place on July 12th 11AM ET and will be made available free of charge exclusively to members of SPE.

Embark on a comprehensive journey through the seven families of 3D printing technologies while gaining an understanding on the landscape of the 3D printing industry. With a focus on the current state of additive manufacturing, we will explore the latest advancements, trends, and innovations that are shaping the industry and may define the future of additive manufacturing.

Led by Elliot Saldukaite, 3Dnatives' passionate Technical & Digital Content Specialist, this webinar aims to equip members with a solid foundation on the topic of 3D printing, enabling them to further explore the dynamic world of additive manufacturing as well as understand the processes and solutions available.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to broaden your horizons and discover the potential of additive manufacturing. Reserve your spot today and join us on July 12th to discover more about 3D printing and how it can affect the plastic and manufacturing industries.

About Speaker

Elliot Saldukaite
Technical & Digital Content Specialist

As 3Dnatives' Technical & Digital Content Specialist, Elliot Saldukaite is in charge of testing additive manufacturing solutions and providing feedback on their use. Through his work at 3Dnatives, he has had the privilege of engaging with experts, industry leaders, and enthusiasts allowing him to stay at the forefront of the rapidly evolving additive manufacturing industry. Moreover, he has had a key role in multiple projects including the production of educational content and technical articles. By leveraging his technical expertise and understanding of 3D printing technologies, his aim is to spread knowledge and passion for additive manufacturing.

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