Workflow Automation: Eliminating Repetitive Tasks with Protolabs
Informazioni su questo webinar
Learn to minimize the time and effort spent on time-consuming, manual tasks during data and build preparation with the Workflow Automation module for Magics. Join Materialise software experts and Christoph Erhardt, Manager of Customer Projects and Additive Design at Protolabs, to discover how Workflow Automation can transform additive manufacturing productions. We'll dive into Protolabs' use of the smart labeling tool, which reduced their time spent labeling medical parts by two hours per build.
- How Protolabs eliminated repetitive labeling tasks with smart labeling
- How you can automate your time-consuming manual tasks during data and build preparation with Workflow Automation in Magics
- How the integration with CO-AM adds to the customization and automation possibilities for your current workflows
Meet the speakers
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.
Product Line Manager for Incubator Applications, Materialise Software
Koen joined Materialise almost ten years ago and is always contributing to new innovations within the software unit. In his current function, he’s accountable for bringing new tools and technologies to the market, which have been tested and validated in Materialise's production areas. Improving the user’s workflow with Materialise innovations is what it’s all about for Koen.
Manager of Customer Projects and Additive Design, Protolabs
Christoph has been working in the field of additive manufacturing since 2008 in several functions. Christoph started working with Protolabs in 2015, overseeing metal additive manufacturing. He later moved into the role of Manager of Customer Projects and Additive Design to focus more on the customer needs for both plastic and metal additive manufacturing.