SEMINARSADDITIVE MANUFACTURING DAYS
Join industry experts from Objective3D, SolidWorks, Stratasys, Desktop Metal and Concept Laser for an opportunity to learn how leveraging 3D CAD and 3D printing on the manufacturing floor can help you stay ahead of the competition.
We’re also launching New Zealand’s first and only Stratasys J750 at our Wellington event. Come and see the world’s most advance multi-coloured and multi-material 3D Printing System.
WELLINGTON | AUCKLAND | CHRISTCHURCH
Join Us at these Premier Additive Manufacturing Events
What if you could cut your product development cycle and lead times by half – or even more?
How much more efficient would your design and engineering workgroups be with an accessible, powerful professional 3D printer combined with a streamlined 3D CAD-to-3D print workflow?
At these seminars, industry experts will be on hand to discuss how they are implementing 3D CAD to Topology Optimisation to Additive Manufacturing technologies and present various case studies with real-life examples of how such technologies are transforming traditional manufacturing. Hear how the materials used in additive manufacturing are ever changing and how metals, polymers, and advanced composites are utilised in a variety of additive manufacturing technologies.
The Wellington event will include the launch of New Zealand’s first and only Stratasys J750, recently delivered to the Victoria University of Wellington. The Stratasys J750 is the world’s most advanced full-colour, multi-material 3D printers with 500,000+ colour combinations, highly accurate color-matching, transparent to opaque color gradients, and advanced clear material with texture bringing to life even the finest, most delicate details.
What will you learn?
Learn about SolidWorks for Additive Manufacturing (AM) by using one platform to optimize part design and simulate manufacturing processes for both metal and plastics, and leverage these techniques to improve the development process for your AM components.
See how 3D CAD design is then taken to 3D print through Grabcad Print – a smooth 3D printing workflow.
Uncover the benefits of Metal AM for metal fabricators and get the latest updates in Desktop Metal(DM) technology including the use of DM Fabricate software to prep and automate models for metal 3D printing as well as the use of DM FabFlow for easy monitoring and control of workflows across the shop floor.
Learn about Nylon 12CF, the new Carbon-Filled technology from Stratasys. Discover the benefits of using strong thermoplastics to produce light-weight tools while matching the capability that metal tools can provide.
At the Wellington event, learn about the world’s most advanced multi-colour and multi-material 3D printer – the Stratasys J750. Talk to the users of this technology and see the potential it will bring to your business or your research projects.
1.00 – 1.15pm Keynote 1: The Role of 3D Printing in Manufacturing
1.15 – 1.30pm Keynote 2: SolidWorks 2019- Where Possibility Takes Form
1.30 – 2.00pm Designing for Additive Manufacturing with SolidWorks
2.00 – 2.20pm Design-to-3D Printing for Anyone, Anytime and Anywhere
2.20 – 2.40pm Updates on Desktop Metal & Overview of FABRICATE software
2.40 – 3.00pm Coffee Break
3.00 – 3.20pm How Metal 3D Printing is Transforming Metal Fabrication
3.20 – 3.40pm Strong as Steel – Stratasys Carbon-Filled
3.40 – 4.00pm Customer Presentation (Launch of Stratasys J750 only at Wellington venue)
4.00 – 4.30pm Roundtable Panel Discussion: Leveraging CAD and 3D Printing on the Manufacturing Floor
4.30 – 5.00pm Networking
|Wellington||New Zealand||Tues||16th April||Victoria University|
|Auckland||New Zealand||Tues||27th August||Newmarket Campus|
University of Auckland
|Christchurch||New Zealand||Thurs||29th August||University of Canterbury||1.00pm-5.00pm||REGISTER NOW|
ANZ Sales Director
Asia Pacific South, Dassault Systèmes
Filip is a multidisciplinary professional with expertise in helping organisations to gain competitive advantage through digitalisation by leveraging IoT, Big Data and Machine Learning.
Filip lives to build things; as a digital native, he started his journey when at 6 years old he got his hands on a Macintosh SE. At university, equipped with a degree in Computer Systems Engineering, Filip spent his formative career years working in systems engineering in Scandinavia, Central Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, where he developed his passion for driving innovative customer experiences. He leverages on his decade-long experience as an integral player in managing business processes in the global technology, manufacturing, construction, oil & gas sectors, to share insights with customers on the outcomes that the digital renaissance enables to deliver and drive sustainable innovation.
Asia Pacific South, Dassault Systèmes
Alex is currently Solution Consultant at Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS and responsible for end-user technical engagement initiatives designed to optimise their investment in SOLIDWORKS solutions.
Prior to his current role, Alex oversaw channel technical development as territory technical manager at Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), one of the continually-highest growth territories in the Asia-Pacific region.
Throughout his more than 15 years experience in the engineering solutions industry Alex has held various technical management and consulting roles at SOLIDWORKS, PTC and Siemens channel partners across ASEAN and ANZ territories.
Territory Technical Manager,
Asia Pacific South, Dassault Systèmes
Kapil GAITONDE has more than 17 years of experiences in advising and mentoring companies and engineers in implementing 3D simulation software solutions to optimize their design cycles and create innovative products.
Kapil expertise is in the field of Design Analysis using FEA, CFD, Plastic Injection and Kinematic analysis technologies and tools such as ANSYS, SOLIDWORKS Simulation, Flow, Motion and Plastics Injection molding.
Over the length of his career, Kapil has held many diverse positions in the CAD software industry, ranging from channel management, pre-sales, post-sales management, product design, product management, research and development, team management roles, which gives him the experience and ability to advise clients in solutions implementation from a holistic, end-to-end perspective.
APAC Regional Director,
CK Kan is a high-level business executive with regional level sales and channel management experience across Greater China and APAC region. He has worked for various Fortune 500 high technology complex solution sales companies such as PTC and Autodesk. He is highly skilled in identifying, developing and closing large-scale revenue opportunities. CK employs a consultative selling approach to achieve quantifiable business benefits for the customers he has worked with in the past.
Senior Territory Manager ANZ,
Dominic is a passionate believer in the value of Additive Manufacturing and the game-changing benefits it can bring to the manufacturing, health care, and education sectors. He specialises in assisting companies and educational institutions in implementing 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Solutions, to enhance productivity, improve innovation and create effective educational outcomes.
Matt has extensive hands-on experience as a user and supplier of 3D Printing technology. He comes from a mechanical design and engineering background with 25 years’ experience in multiple high-end 3D CAD applications across a range of industries including aerospace and automotive. He has been heavily involved in the 3D Printing evolution – from initial early prototyping to today’s advanced 3D printing technologies producing production parts straight of the printer. As Managing Director of Objective3D, he provides Stratasys, Desktop Metal and Concept Laser 3D printing solutions to a host of industries across Australia and New Zealand.
Who should attend?
Research & Development Professionals
Design Engineers / Industrial Designers
Manufacturing Engineers / Manager
Anyone interested in utilising additive manufacturing technologies to streamline design and production, reduce time to market, and build more efficient products and operations.
Learn from industry leaders and get direct access to technology thought leaders and expert advice
Hear first-hand what is working today and will work in the future
Make new connections and build relationships with partners and peers
Stay up-to-date on new techniques and future academic research
Network and interact with industry leaders and manufacturing peers