3D Printing Technologies for Foundry Applications Seminar

3D Printing Technologies for Foundry Applications Seminar

Date(s) - 03/13/2018
12:15 pm - 8:00 pm

Green Mill/Best Western Plus - Shoreview
1000 Gramsie Road
Shoreview, Minnesota 55126



Who should attend?

  • Foundry Application Managers and Engineers
  • Quality Managers and Engineers
  • Foundry Sales Associates
  • Foundry Process Engineers
  • Metallurgists
  • Maintenance Managers/Purchasing

AFS Twin Cities Chapter

presents a 1/2-day afternoon seminar

“3D Printing Technologies for Foundry Applications”


12:15pm     Registrations and Introductions

12:45pm     John Pendleton, Area Sales, EOS North America – “Shaping the Future of Manufacturing with EOS Metal 3D Printing”

1:45pm      Break (beverages and snacks provided)

2:00pm      Matt Yadlowsky, Regional Sales Manager, The ExOne Company – “Sand Printing Technology, State of the Art in 3D Printing – Production Capabilities”

3:00pm      Break

3:15pm      Cullen Williams, Applications Engineer – CATI, Stratasys – “3D Printing with Various Polymers Using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and PolyJet Technologies” AND “3D Desktop Metal Printing”

4:45pm      Shake Out Session (Q&A)

5:00pm      Conclusion

Register below by March 9th at 12:00pm

Professional Development Hours Certificates Available (4 hours)

Register for More (AFS Dinner Meeting):

5:00pm      Social Hour

6:00pm      Dinner

7:00pm      Presentation by Cullen Williams, CATI – “3D Scanning for Inspection and Reverse Engineering”

AFS Evening Presentation

“3D Scanning for Inspection and Reverse Engineering”

Cullen Williams is an Application Engineer in Manufacturing Solu-tions for Computer Aided Technology (CATI), headquartered in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Since 1992, CATI has made it their mission to curate, de-liver, and support the best product development solutions available. Founded and managed by engineers for engineers, CATI exists so you can focus on what you do best – design and manufacture your products. From 3D scanning to 3D printers and 3D production systems, Computer Aided Technology offers machines that let you quickly build working models or end-use thermoplastic parts from your desktop or factory floor.

You will be shown how to bring your designs to life with products from Creaform 3D scanning, Stratasys 3D printing, and Desktop Metal 3D metal printing. Creaform 3D scanners produce accurate measurements in real-life operating conditions – regardless of the environment, allowing you to design more quickly and accurately to get your prototypes or final products print-ready.



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Bookings are closed for this event.

Attendees Registered

  • Joe Kranz
  • Joy Clifford
  • Tom toland
  • Josh Jaycox
  • Steve Ryan
  • Hartwell Steele IV
  • wes jones
  • Neil Kniseley
  • Bill Shafer
  • Keith Bester
  • Chris Heinze
  • Sandy Meyer
  • Travis Bodick
  • Ross Vass