In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it's essential to have a deep understanding of your additive manufacturing (AM) technology of choice to unlock its full benefits. This 60-minute Webinar will explain how Gonzalez, a leading full-service integrator of tooling and assembly systems, maximizes the productivity and efficiency of 3D printing operations, with design and technology in mind. It will explore the key factors affecting the quality and performance of the 3D printing process, especially how to find the recipe that suits individual design needs and build criteria.
- Identifying crucial 3D print performance and quality factors
- Optimizing part design for maximum productivity and efficiency
- Valuating the optimal orientation for different outcomes
- How Gonzalez is leveraging HP 3D printing technology to maximize part quality while reducing costs.
Liz Stortstrom, 3D Printing Application Engineer, HP
Liz Stortstrom is a 3D Printing Application Engineer for HP with expertise in HP's Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Technology for industrial applications. She has a background in mechanical design and joined HP to support the development of the MJF technology. Liz now uses that experience to help people take their businesses to the next level with additive manufacturing. Liz holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Wagon Wills, Chief Engineer, Gonzalez
Wagon Wills is Chief Engineer for Gonzalez Production Systems and has worked in various engineering roles over the last 16 years. He has worked on products and automation projects in numerous industries including automotive, renewable energy, aerospace, and heavy industry. Wagon’s key areas of interest and expertise are in design for manufacturing, material selection, design optimization, joining technologies, and robotic systems.
Claudia Galdini, 3D Printing Segment Manager, HP
Claudia Galdini is an Industrial and Management Engineer, who currently works as Segment Manager in HP 3D Printing, supporting the industrial subsegments of robotics, automation, and machinery space. She holds a master’s degree in technologies for business innovation from the University of Calabria.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group