3D Printing With Carbon Fiber Reinforced Material
Carbon fiber reinforced filament has been gaining major popularity recently and has hit an all-time peak. Whenever a new technology pops up, especially in such a major way, we like to deeply explore it.
Join us on Tuesday, July 21st at 10 AM ET for our webinar as TriMech Application Engineer, Andrew Sink, covers everything you need to know about carbon fiber reinforcement filament. You will discover what it is, what it's used for, the benefits and the common misconceptions of using the material for 3D printing parts for additive manufacturing. He will share his tips for leveraging the unique and novel material and the superb mechanical properties your parts can achieve as well as time and cost savings with this on your side. But that's not all! He will also explore the technical properties and specifications of the Stratasys Fortus 450, Stratasys 380 Carbon Fiber and the Makerbot Method Carbon Fiber 3D printers.
In this webinar, Andrew will answer:
- What is carbon fiber reinforced filament?
- When does it make sense to use it?
- What are the best practices for designing for carbon fiber reinforced filament?
- What are some of the key features of the Stratasys Fortus 380 Carbon Fiber 3D printer?
- What are some of the key features of the Marketbot Method Carbon Fiber 3D printer?
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About The Presenter
Andrew is an Additive Manufacturing Application Engineer with TriMech where he assists clients by analyzing manufacturing environments, implementing additive solutions and conducting related training. Being involved in additive manufacturing since 2012, he has specialized in design for additive manufacturing and optimizing components for additive processes across a wide variety of industries.