Last week, we discussed the first week of AM InDepth , Additive Manufacturing Media ‘s series of free educational discussions with top names in production 3D printing. During the second week , experts focused on the benefits of additive manufacturing technology to overcome broken supply chains during the pandemic, solve age-old injection molding problems, and even imitate some of nature‘s most complex biological structures to create implants for humans.
The hour-long educational sessions were part of the IMTS Spark platform, which ran from September 28 through October 2, as a virtual replacement for the manufacturing trade show held in Chicago every two years. Face shields for medical staff with their names and a thank you message. Image courtesy of HP. Since the World Health Administration (WHO) announced the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic on March 11, 2020, 3D printing pioneers have stepped up to combat the devastating effects that […]
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