element14 has announced to be hosting a series of free webinars to educate its members on the most recent advancements in 3D printing technology.
The webinars will be presented along with Ultimaker and will take place from October – November 2021.
“3D printing is a rapidly evolving technology that our community is always looking to stay current on,” said Dianne Kibbey, Global Head of Community and Social Media for element14. “We are proud to be partnering with the 3D printing experts at Ultimaker to share the latest insights with our members.”
The series of three webinars will offer a range of insights, from an overall introduction to 3D printing to an in-depth look at 3D printed applications. The webinar schedule includes:
Introduction to the Ultimaker Ecosystem – October 19, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. IST. This webinar will be presented by Ultimaker’s Channel Development Manager, Ben Johnson. It will touch the fundamentals of 3D Printing and the Ulitimaker 3D Printing Range.
The Fast World of 3D Printed Applications – October 26, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. IST. This webinar will cover different application categories and how 3D printing translates into the manufacturing and electronics world. It will be presented by Ultimaker’s Application Engineer, Lars De Jongh.
3D Printing Metal with Ultimaker and BASF – November 02, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. IST. The webinar will cover how to make 3D parts tough through metal and other more robust additive manufacturing processes. It will be presented by Ultimaker’s Business Development Manager, Tobias Rödlmeier.
Ultimaker is a world leader in 3D printing software and applications and is dedicated to the use of 3D printing to enhance business and workflow. element14 stocks a broad range of Ultimaker products including 3D printers, filaments, and accessories.
Ultimaker S3: A complete production system you can depend on in the office or studio. With advanced features to ensure a reliable printing experience, it’s simple to use thanks to its award-winning touch interface and seamless software integration. Ultimaker S3 lets you print with a growing library of advanced materials – including glass and carbon fiber composites.