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TTH Presenting At the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Cleveland Expo

Posted on: February 28th, 2018 by Greg Cebular

Join us at ADM Cleveland 2018 in booth 602.

March 7-8, 2018 – Cleveland, OH

Use our promo code SPECIAL for a FREE expo pass!

 What is Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Cleveland?

ADM Cleveland will deliver the full spectrum of advanced design and manufacturing technology. Engineers and executives will get access to the latest solutions in the product development process with cutting-edge technologies, networking events, and educational opportunities.

Who Should Attend?

Engineers and executives who use or are interested in contract manufacturing services like 3D printing, additive manufacturing, injection molding and CNC machining in key industries such as automotive, medtech, aerospace, robotics, automation, plastics, packaging, and design technology. The conference will have interactive events and exhibits for people of all skill levels.

Will I See TTH There?

Of course!  We will be exhibiting at the conference at booth #602.  Be sure to stop by to see how we are using innovative contract manufacturing technologies that pair 3D printing and additive manufacturing with traditional injection molding and CNC machining. Also, we will have plenty of free giveaways.

In addition, Mark Horner, VP of Business Development, will be offering two presentations:

Capitalizing on the Changing Dynamics of 3D Printing Wednesday, March 7, 10:00-10: 45 am

This panel, also including Jack Heslin (3D Tech Talks), Dave Pierson (MAGNET) and Tracy Albers (Rapid Prototype and Manufacturing LLC), will explore how to leverage the shifts in smart manufacturing dynamics resulting from 3D printing, how to manage throughput when frequently changing out materials; and how to scale up efficiently without sacrificing quality, new materials, new possibilities, and new processes.

Next-Gen Materials for 3D Printing Wednesday, March 7, 3:15-4: 00 pm

Users know what 3D printing can do for them but now they are looking to save money on materials and usage costs while maintaining the “wow” factor of what they are creating. New 3D printers and technologies can create shapes that haven’t existed before, as well as lighter objects that don’t sacrifice strength. You will hear about applications that are solving industry issues by taking advantage of the Carbon Digital Light Synthesis process and materials to produce production quality components without traditional tooling or manufacturing processes.