Dramatically Increase Productivity of Your Automotive Injection Molding

Webinar
3D Systems – Dramatically Increase Productivity of Your Automotive Injection Molding

January 19th 2022 @ 9:00 PM IST

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Lowering cycle time while protecting quality is the key to increasing injection molding productivity. With cooling for complex parts accounting for up to 70% to 80% of the total cycle, making cooling more effective is a logical starting point for increasing efficiency. So why are prolonged cooling times still so common? Because incorporating well-designed cooling systems is difficult with conventional approaches.

This webinar reviews new methodologies that are now available that enable you to apply high productivity conformal cooling on complex tools to considerably reduce mold design time, molding time, and improve productivity. Join 3D Systems’ experts to get firsthand insights into the software solutions, process knowledge, and advanced metal 3D printing equipment and materials necessary for success and discover how to leverage 3D Systems’ comprehensive application expertise to:

  • Dramatically decrease cycle time and increase productivity of molded part production
  • Manage heat dissipation and achieve uniform cooling through an efficient cooling system
  • Accelerate tool design time and increase efficiency of your cooling system
  • Decrease overall lead time from design to part production
  • Ensure quality through targeted heat management

𝗔𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 𝗦𝗽𝗲𝗮𝗸𝗲𝗿𝘀:
Kevin Baughey is the segment leader for transportation and motorsports at 3D Systems. He has worked extensively within the automotive industry to spearhead advancements in power supply systems, vehicle network architecture, and electrical/electronic systems, among others. Kevin holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan and a Master of Systems Design and Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Iñigo Marco is a senior application development engineer within 3D Systems’ Application Innovation Group and has been working with all types of direct metal printing (DMP) equipment since 2016. He regularly produces challenging DMP parts for a wide range of applications and helps customers using the technology. His current focus is on industrial applications such as molding and tooling, and part production for customers in the semiconductor industry. He was also involved in the development of 3D Systems’ new Certified M789 (A) steel material. Iñigo holds a PhD in materials engineering from KU Leuven.

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