Coatings Make Machining Easier: Innovative Finishing Solutions for 3D Printed Molds, Tools and Parts
August 22, 2019
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Presented by Tru-Design, Polynt Composites and Composites One, this informative webinar will take attendees from an overview of current polymeric 3D printing to an in-depth presentation of proven finishing methods for enhancing surface cosmetics, ensuring vacuum integrity of 3D printed tools and parts, and filling in defects due to start/stops, bead break-outs, flow issues and air voids. Among these finishing methods are innovative high build coatings that can be more easily machined than the original print material, especially in situations where significant detail, class A cosmetics or post-print modifications are required.
- Surface issues resulting from fast, large format 3D printers
- How to fix defects and overcome issues
- Coating options for 3D printed parts, molds and fixtures
- Thermoset coatings to address CTE concerns in high temperature applications
Vice President of Operations, Tru-Design
Prior to joining Tru-Design in 2016 with responsibility for sales/marketing and business processes, John Miller gained 30 years of executive management experience in the cellular telephone, energy efficiency and medical software markets. An early pioneer of the mobile telephone industry, he joined U.S. Cellular Corporation during its initial startup phase and was responsible for strategic planning and wireless operations in the Pacific Northwest, Midwest and Southeast. He has also served as Chief Executive Officer of Eloqui Wireless.
Applications Specialist, Polynt Composites USA
Technical Support Manager, Composites One