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3D printing carbon fibre for lightweighting and metal replacement

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Discover in this live webinar how 3D printing carbon fibre components can be leveraged by traditional manufacturers to replace metal as the material of choice and lightweight parts. Register to watch this free webinar recorded with Q&A session on 27th July 2022 available on demand.

Join Stratasys engineer, Matt Jones, as he deep-dives common applications, design considerations and real-world case studies of 3D printing carbon fibre parts in traditional industries and manufacturing environments. Expect to also hear how production grade 3D printers offer the high level of reliability, accuracy, and repeatability that today’s manufacturers need.

Finally, we will walk a virtual manufacturing production line to identify tooling, jigs, fixtures, and production parts along the way and show the comparison between traditional and additive manufacturing. The webinar will feature real world examples of companies and applications from a wide variety of industries including automotive, aerospace and precision engineering firms.

To find out how you might benefit, proven methods to identifying applications and how getting started can be straightforward, be sure to tune in.

Register for this webinar to learn about:

  • How it is possible to optimise mechanical performance and weight by the manipulation of the internal structures of additive parts
  • How it is possible to add metal inserts and make assemblies with traditional processes
  • We will have a live Q&A session after the presentation

Register to watch this free webinar recorded with Q&A session on 27th July 2022 available on demand - register your interest

This free webinar is available for IET members and non-members.

Should you have any specific query please email Alex Macleod at amacleod@theiet.org

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