FreeForm Injection Molding Webinar

September 10, 2020 at 4:30–5:30pm PDT
Webinar via Zoom
Zoom Meeting will begin for signing 10 min before the Presentation

Cost

Free for SPE Members with good standing
$20.00 for non-members
(After you register on Zoom.us, spepnw@gmail.com will send you how to make payment information) Contact Eric at +1 310.365.8936, or email eteoh@techmerpm.com if you have any questions.

Are You in The Injection Molding Business?
If You Are, Pay Attention to This Webinar!

Are you interested in learning a new tool for that could take you from conceptual ideas to getting a prototype made with an injection molding process in a few days without having to spent money on making prototype injection molding tool? 

Freeform Injection Molding is a complete reframing of printed injection molding tooling.  Instead of aiming for the highest possible number of shots per tool, the technology is focused on delivering the highest possible versatility in terms of materials, and the geometrical freedom in design. 

AddiFab has built a complete toolchain to deliver the highest achievable precision and repeatability.  The add-line product range include printers, cleaning stations, demolding stations, and a new class of printed tool resins. 

The only thing you need is your existing injection molding machine and the material you would normally use for injection-molded products.

What is FreeForm Injection Molding

Freeform Injection Molding is a complete reframing of printed injection molding tooling. Instead of aiming for the highest possible number of shots per tool, the technology is focused on delivering the highest possible versatility in terms of materials, and the geometrical freedom in design.

About AddiFab

AddiFab has built a complete toolchain to deliver the highest achievable precision and repeatability. The add-line product range include printers, cleaning stations, demolding stations, and a new class of printed tool resins.

The only thing you need is your existing injection molding machine and the material you would normally use for injection-molded products.

About the Speaker

Carsten Jarfelt is a Mechanical Engineer and the CEO of the US branch of AddiFab and based in Silicon Valley. Carsten combines decades of global hardware and service sales with strong experience as co-founder of various Silicon Valley based startups within hardware, software and services. He is passionate about getting real products and real use cases, in the hands of real business, and equally passionate about removing key limitations that prevent AM from becoming a cornerstone of global manufacturing. The AddiFab key focus – to create transformative launch-time compression by combining core benefits from AM and injection molding – strongly resonates with this passion.




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