Updated: May 10, 2019
Additive manufacturing is becoming more and more integrated into the design and production environment, working in tandem with traditional manufacturing processes and coexisting on the manufacturing floor. Boyce Technologies, one of the leading manufacturers of security and communication equipment, rely on additive to create not only prototypes but also for end use parts, molds for vacuum forming and more.
Upon incorporating 3D printing into their manufacturing process, Boyce Technologies has seen firsthand how 3D printing helps compress the design, engineering, and production time so they can meet tighter deadlines and get to production faster.
During the webinar, hear from Ajmal Aqtash, Boyce Technologies’ Director of Advanced Robotics as he discusses their journey in 3D printing, their approach to integration and how it’s positively impacted their business.
Register for the webinar to discover :
Best practices for integrating 3D printing
Case studies from Boyce including end use parts, molds, and prototypes
Making the business case for investing in AM technology
DATE: Tuesday, May 14, 2019
TIME: 2:00PM-3:00PM EST