The material selection platform
Plastics & Elastomers
The material selection platform
Plastics & Elastomers
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3D Printing Resins: Update on Development Opportunities

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Recorded on Nov 18, 2021

Ongoing technological & material advancements with reducing costs of printers , are pushing 3D printing technologies into the limelight. As a result, it is accelerating the adoption of print-on-demand parts for production of customized functional parts.

It’s time to identify new opportunities with 3D materials & technologies to focus your R&D on the right projects. Don Rosato will share comprehensive knowledge of the current global state of 3D plastics. He will also discuss additive manufacturing/3D printing major innovations of past 12 months.

To name a few:
  • Amorphous PLA Grade Formulated for Large-Format 3DP Applications
  • 50% Biobased TPU Market Introduced
  • PAEK Filaments Tailored to 3DP Mechanical Part Manufacturing
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Donald Rosato Presented By:
Donald Rosato
Length: 90 min

Course Type: Innovation
Level: Intermediate

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Why should you view this course?

3D printing is fast gaining shares in the mass production of plastics parts, even in demanding industries like automotive, aerospace, medicine (medical covid-19 end uses), and more. The 3D printing market size is projected to reach USD 34.8 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 22.5%.

Everything is moving fast! So often, we hear 3D printed parts/prototypes meeting tougher challenges, enabling creation of complex shapes that were unimaginable before, etc. What does it mean for you? Join this innovation course and find out how developments in 3D printing industry open-up opportunities for you.

  • Save time with a structured & neutral overview of latest polymer materials developments (PA, PS, TPE, PEEK for SLS, filaments for FDM & FFF, liquid resins for SLA, DLP...) in 3D printing.

  • Develop an intuitive understanding of smart manufacturing, hybrid supply chain method and how they complement traditional manufacturing method (injection molding)

  • Speed up your future R&D decisions with a clearer view on material requirements, technology adoption & unmet needs.

  • Feed your creativity by seeing successful/promising innovations (thanks to low cost, new designs...) & imagine whether it could be transposed to your own case.

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Who should view this course?

Ideally suited for:
  • Plastic Resin, Compound, and Additive Suppliers, End users, Injection molding fabricators/manufacturers, Industrial design functions, and their related prototypers.

  • Market Segment - Medical Covid-19 Enduses, Industrial Applications, Automotive, Aerospace, Mold and Die Making (Rapid Tooling), Toys, Footbridge Walkways, Bicycles...

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Course Outline

  • The 3D Printing Overview
    1. Global 3D Printing Market
    2. Technical Market Drivers and Challenges
    3. 3D Printing Technology Trends (SLS, FDM, SLA, FFF, DLP...)

  • 3D Printing Material Technology
    1. High Performance
    2. Engineering Plastics
    3. Standard Grades

  • 3D Printing Application Development
    1. Consumer Products
    2. Medical Covid-19 End uses
    3. Industrial Applications
    4. Automotive Development
    5. Aerospace Components

  • The Future of 3D Printing Technology

  • Major 3D Printing Players & Related References

  • 30 Mins Q&A- Ask your questions directly to the expert!

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Members Reviews

Useful talk looking at the whole 3D printing market, very informative. Good interactions at the end.

Mike A. , from INVISTA

Very good course, learned a lot of different resins that are used!

Chad P. , from Teknos Oy

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