Webinar series

Here’s a quick overview of the free 30-minute webinars that we will be hosting this week. You will find a wide variety of topics from design/inspection and 3D printing to Mastercam and machining. Make use of some of your downtime and join us for one or all of the following events. Please register for any of these events by clicking on the buttons provided.

Single Stream Lathe (Mill/Turn)

Date: TUE, MAY 19, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM EDT

In our next webinar episode, we will be showing the use of a single stream Lathe (Mill/Turn). We will discuss part transfer, the use of second spindle operations, and give an informative overview of POCO, Stock flip, and Stock Xfer. In addition, we will also explain the use of machining on sub-spindle.

How Companies are Using 3D Printing on the Manufacturing Floor

Date: WED, MAY 20, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT

Join our webinar as we explore how metal 3D printing transforms the manufacturing environment:

  • Eliminate CNC machining bottlenecks by printing tooling
  • Print mold inserts, extrusion dies, sheet-metal tooling
  • Light-weight end-of-arm tooling for improved performance and reliability


Design Optimization for MJF technology using Netfabb

Date: THU, MAY 21, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM EDT

HP Multi Jet Fusion allows you to print anything from Topology-optimized parts, hollowed forms, or even small lattice structures. These kinds of designs aid in reducing the weight of the part, the thermal heat map per part, the quantity of material used, as well the operating cost of your HP MJF printer. In this webinar, we will use Autodesk Netfabb to show how to optimize parts using hollowing and lattice structures which in turn will not affect the function of your design, but rather will improve repeatability and lower material cost thus improving part quality overall.

Single Stream Lathe (Machine Simulation)

Date: FRI, MAY 22, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM EDT

Following up on showing single stream Lathe (Mill/Turn) this next webinar installment will examine Single Stream MT. We will explain what Single Stream MT is and how it’s used. We will demonstrate making tool-paths and find out what is perhaps a mystery to some “what happens when you click G1”? Join us for what will certainly be an informative webinar.