It’s August and the activities keep coming. Those of us in the Tempe office managed to travel to cooler climates in July, and we have pictures to prove it below. This month’s events are mostly online. As always, check back to see if we have added anything. You can also see a list of events on our homepage and on the right column of the blog.
August 8-10: Austin, TX
2016 Annual International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium
This event is the academic side of 3D Printing. Less about the business and splash of the industry, this symposium focuses on R&D around the technology of freeform fabrication. PADT’s very own Dhruv Bhate will be there presenting a paper and interacting with other researchers in industry and academia.
August 15: Phoenix, AZ
AZ Additive Manufacturing Committee Meeting
Industrials leaders in 3D Printing across Arizona will be gathering for this month’s committee meeting at PADT. After the normal discussions, Dhruv Bhate will give a presentation then a tour of our 3D Printing resources.
We have several great Webinars on tap for August. All PADT webinars are recorded, so even if you can’t make the specified time register and we will send you a link to the recording.
|Wednesday, August 10, 2016 – 12:00 PM AZ/PDT, 1:00 PM MDT|
ANSYS AIM: Simulation For Product Design Engineers
|Wednesday, August 24, 2016 – 12:00 PM AZ/PDT, 1:00 PM MDT|
ANSYS AIM: Democratize Simulation for Your Design Engineers
|Thursday, September 1, 2016 – 12:00 PM AZ/PDT, 1:00 PM MDT|
ANSYS AIM: Increase Simulation Realism with Multiphysics
Watch this space for the date and registration link.
July Events in Review
Last month was all about 3D Printing, with a booth in Tucson and a road show to show off a brand new printer.
The ACTE AZ event in Tucson is always a fantastic chance for us to meet with our education customers and show educators why industrial quality systems are the right solution for classrooms and labs. The team had a great time… but didn’t send any pictures.
The “Full Color 3D Printer Road Show” was a big success. We started in Denver at a Brewery (we need to do this more often) with great presentations and a ton of sample parts that highlight the capability of the new Stratasys J750. We then moved the machines and parts on to Downtown Salt Lake City and where the interaction was fantastic amongst many veteran users. The final stop was in Scottsdale Arizona where we had our largest crowd and more great interaction.
The Denver event was on the local Money Talk radio station. You can listen to the interview here.
Not to be outdone, a local TV station covered the Arizona event. That clip can be found here.