WEBINAR: 3D Printing with Polypropylene – From Prototypes to Production Parts


July 21, 2020 at 10:00AM–11:00AM EDT
Webinar via Zoom

FREE for SPE Members and NonMembers

Summary

Join this webinar to learn more about HP's new polypropylene (PP) material enabled by BASF, and how Extol has leveraged HP's Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology and new PP material to help their customers decrease time to market through design validation efficiency.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn how to accelerate your product development process using the same prototyping material as the final part
  • Discover how Extol has leveraged HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and PP material
  • Explore examples of new applications made available with PP

 

About Speaker

Dustin Kloempken is an Application Engineer (AE) with HP who teaches companies how to stay agile amongst global competitors by leveraging the power of additive manufacturing. With the 4th industrial revolution in sight, Dustin has been working with companies in the medical field to discover ways to provide customized care on a mass scale. He helped a major automotive company cut a 6-month lead time for the creation of a finalized prototype to only 1 month. He also helped a major special effects company cut 2000 hours of continuous print time down to only 1 week so that the project could go off without a hitch on the Jimmy Kimmel live show. Dustin owes his success from experiences such as running a business, working in the energy generation fields and his education in multiple disciplines.

Kyle Harvey leads Extol's Additive Manufacturing Business Unit and is a member of Extol's Executive Leadership Team. Kyle helps forward-thinking companies create value with Additive Manufacturing by pursuing innovation through the lens of Human Centered Design and Agile Product Development.

His previous roles at Extol include applications engineering, manufacturing, product management, and marketing. Kyle is passionate about bringing clarity to the complex, building a great team, and designing products, services, and experiences that people love.

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