26th May 2022
On Wednesday 22nd June, the latest additive manufacturing technology from Stratasys will be on show to highlight how the manufacturing environment is being transformed by 3D printing.
The event, organised by the Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing (SAM) Project, is being held at the Industry Centre at the University of Sunderland from 9am-12pm.
Chris Andrews, the 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Specialist at SYS Systems, will be discussing the wide range of applications now possible with 3D printing, with many materials having the capability to replace metal on the shop floor.
Chris said: “This event is a fantastic opportunity to see first-hand how additive manufacturing can revolutionise the shop floor.
“With so many issues affecting manufacturers at the minute, such as with the supply chain and material shortages, 3D printing can not only provide the answers but help to improve productivity and reduce costs.
“We are looking forward to showcasing all that Stratasys has to offer so register to join us and find out more.”
The event, aimed at SME Manufacturers, will provide an overview of the support available via the SAM Project as well as a full overview of the FDM range of 3D printers from Stratasys, the diverse portfolio of materials available and the scope of applications possible with additive manufacturing.
For more information and to register, please click here.