Moving beyond 3D printed prototypes into full-scale production requires direct access to the tools of modern manufacturing. While many organizations see the advantages of expanding their product development capabilities, most struggle to implement a full-lifecycle view of their manufacturing processes. Find out how successful companies are using integrated manufacturing processes to speed up production, reduce waste, and advance design, while saving valuable time and money.
3D Systems, the company that invented the 3D printing category, will share its vision on the future of manufacturing and how it is working to make the tools of innovation accessible to the entire marketplace.
In this webinar, you will learn how leading companies are using 3D Systems On Demand Manufacturing services to expand their capabilities and modernize their approaches to product development and manufacturing. Attendees will learn about:
- A vision for a modern manufacturing organization – how successful organizations combine integrated tools and technologies such as 3D printing, CNC machining, and injection molding to move from prototype to production
- Getting easy access to advanced manufacturing technologies and how to integrate them into your workflow
- How to use on demand manufacturing services throughout the product development lifecycle to expand your product development processes and capabilities
- The cost-benefit analysis of in-sourcing or outsourcing critical manufacturing process
Senior Director of Sales and Service
3D Systems, Quickparts
Andy Richardson is a senior director of sales and service at 3D Systems. With 13 years of industry experience, Richardson has led the strategic program development for both traditional and additive manufacturing solutions. He is passionate about working with teams and technology that impact lives and shape the future. Prior to leading the North American sales team for 3D Systems’ Quickparts, he was involved in several different aspects of business – ranging from software and systems training, to sales leadership and acquisition integrations. Richardson holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Kennesaw State University.