Ensure Successful Metal 3D Prints Every Time with Specialized Software
Metal 3D printing has a lot of potential, but many productions could run into challenges that result in expensive build failures and excessive support removal costs.
How can you ensure that you won’t waste material, machine time, and operator time? During this webinar, our 3D printing software experts discussed how specialized software empowers companies to minimize the risks associated with metal 3D printing.
Five things you can expect from this webinar:
Discover how simulation can advise you to successfully 3D print your metal parts every time
Witness how support generation tools can streamline your entire AM workflow (from data prep to support removal)
Learn how to overcome common metal 3D printing challenges
Gain knowledge from our experts that will empower your metal AM production
Lieve Boeykens, Sales and Pre-Sales Enablement Manager, Materialise Software
Lieve Boeykens is one of the driving forces of Materialise’s software division. Her journey at Materialise started in 1996 when the company was pioneering the use of additive manufacturing. She has since served the company in various positions in diverse areas going from product and innovation to sales management. Today, as Sales Enablement Manager she uses her industry knowledge and experience to guide the team to serve customers better. Lieve holds a master’s degree in physics as well as a degree in biomedical and clinical engineering from KU Leuven.
Michael Cook, Sales Application Engineer, Materialise Software
Mike has recently joined Materialise as a Sales Application Engineer working with and supporting the Magics software suite. Formerly an AM Process Specialist at GKN Aerospace in Bristol, and prior to that an Application Engineer at Renishaw AMPD, he brings a significant amount of first-hand customer experience with Magics software, in both development and production environments for metal AM.
Ian O’Loughlin, Sales Application Engineer, Materialise Software
Ian has over 20 years’ experience within the engineering sector from an apprentice trained engineer to a design engineer. He has worked in CAD/CAM and now additive manufacturing. I pride myself in helping organisations realising their AM aspirations.