Last Seminar this Fall
Nov 10: Preparing for Production Seminar
This session explores the life cycle of taking an idea from concept to production, using modern techniques of 3D design, engineering, prototyping and production. We will discuss 3D printed molds as an alternative to the expensive traditional molds as a way to test products in final materials. The potential of urethane and silicon casting methods for short runs will be examined. Whether you’re experienced in production methods or new to product development, this seminar offers alternatives to traditional routes to full production.
Suitable for professional engineers, product developers and entrepreneurs
Seminars held 8:00-9:30am, continental breakfast served
Intermountain 3D, 9225 Chinden Blvd, Suite F, Boise ID 83714
Seating limited. RSVP requested to firstname.lastname@example.org, or 208.391.5570
Great student turnout at the National Manufacturing Day Kickoff Event held by the Southwest Idaho Manufacturer's Alliance Oct 5 2016