Optomec Webinars

Get the in-depth technical information you need from industry experts at the forefront of metal additive manufacturing and 3D printed electronics.

JULY 9

2019

Learn What’s Sparking the Growing Number of Qualified Gas Turbine Engine MRO Applications Enabled by Additive Manufacturing 

This webinar provides a better understanding of the basics of the laser welding process, the cost advantages of using an automated repair process and the superior quality that the system produces. Speaker: Rob Wagner, Optomec Laser Process Development Manager.

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JUNE 20

2019

A New Approach to Designing, Simulating and Manufacturing RF Devices and Antennas with Printed Electronics

Electronics designers are facing increased pressure to design smaller devices with higher performance at lower cost. We address the options and challenges for moving RF components and antennas off of the circuit board and onto the device packaging.

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JUNE 19

2019

Reducing Cost and Improving Metal Additive Part Quality with Gas Optimization and Hybrid 3D Printing

Proper gas selection is a topic often overlooked in additive manufacturing, but can your costs and part quality. This webinar takes a look at how hybrid AM systems can control oxygen uptake and produce better metallurgy.

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MARCH 14

2019

Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Saves Time and Lowers Costs for Repair of Industrial Components

Billions of dollars are spent in the U.S. annually to repair or replace metal parts due to corrosion or wear, and one-third of these costs could be reduced by using a metal additive manufacturing process. This webinar will explain what directed energy deposition (DED) is, and its unique ability to add metal to existing parts for repair and coating applications.

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FEB 28

2018

The Unique Capabilities of Directed Energy Deposition

Optomec AM technology enables manufacturers to not only print full 3D parts, but also to add materials onto existing 3D parts produced using conventional manufacturing methods such as CNC machining or injection molding. See examples of fully functional end-use devices in specific areas such as printed electronics and printed metals.

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FEB 25

2017

Bringing 3D Printed Electronics Into Mass Production

This webinar describes the use of Aerosol Jet printing for additive manufacturing of flexible electronic circuits. We will discuss electronically functional inks, and the motivations for creating flexible circuits. The talk will highlight data obtained at the University of Minnesota over the past 5 years.

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FEB 24

2015

Metal Printing At Washington State University

This webinar describes the use of the LENS process for applications including printing of porous structured medical implants, applying coatings using reactive and non-reactive materials, and direct fabrication and device repair using moon rock regolith.

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JAN 1

2011

Jet Fine Feature Printed

This webinar describes cost and functional advantages of Aerosol Jet printed 3D interconnects for semiconductor packaging. The presentation will include information on the scale-up of Aerosol Jet printing equipment to meet high volume production requirements, integration into current manufacturing processes, and initial examples and results.

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APR 1

2008

LENS® Research Applications

The webinar will highlight real world application examples on how LENS 3D Printers are being utilized today in bio-medical, aerospace, defense, and power generation industries to speed development of new metal alloys and real end-use products; including cost, time, and quality information of 3D printed metal components.

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