Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 60 Minutes
While 3D printing has become a cornerstone of prototyping and design validation, it can also unlock value by building complex, end-use components. In this webinar, we’ll explore how additive manufacturing can be used to develop leaner manufacturing processes and accelerate continuous improvement initiatives.
In our presentation you will learn about:
- Production-grade 3D printing technologies
- Lean manufacturing and six sigma
- Where 3D printing can be found on the production floor
- Leveraging 3D printing for continuous improvement
Applications Engineer, 3D Printing
Eric Utley is an applications engineer at Protolabs with more than five years of experience in rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. His focus is on stereolithography, selective laser sintering, and direct metal laser sintering technologies, and provides guidance to engineers on designing for manufacturability. Utley regularly consults with product development professionals from a range of industries including medical, consumer products, aerospace, and automotive. He graduated from NC State University with a BS degree.