This registration is to attend the event virtually.
This event is for companies that are exploring or considering implementing 3D printing (or those have recently added the capability) using plastic materials to make parts and to make manufacturing aids such as guides, fixtures, molds, gauges, etc. to help make their traditional manufacturing processes better or more efficient. If you’ve never heard of 3D printing or considered adding it to your business this is for you as well! Join us for this exciting event either in person or virtually.
- What is 3D Printing?
- How are businesses using it and what can it mean for my business?
- Why should I consider it for my business?
- What do I need to understand to help me bring it into my business?
Anyone interested in learning and exploring the benefits of implementing 3D printing
1:00 PM Registration and Networking
1:30 PM Welcome and CCAT Overview
1:40 PM Overview of the use of Additive Manufacturing (AM)
2:15 PM Panel Discussion moderated by Jeff Crandall
2:50 PM Grants and CCAT Programs Overview
3:05 PM Adia Technical Discussion
3:40 PM CCAT Highlights and Upcoming Opportunities
3:50 PM Q&A and Closing Remarks
4:00 PM Optional ATC Tour for in-person participants
Jeff Crandall, Senior Manager, Additive Technologies, CCAT
Adia, Burke Aerospace, PTA Plastics
There are a variety of grant programs available to help Connecticut manufacturers acquire the skills, tools, and resources needed to keep pace with today’s rapidly evolving manufacturing ecosystem. Programs are funded by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT. Visit ccat.us/programs to learn more and apply.
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