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E-casts are moderated by a member of the OpenSystems Media editorial staff or a industry recognized guest moderator. Our E-casts are moderated to keep the event interesting, informative, and technically relevant.
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E-cast: The Future of 3D Printing - Class 3 of "3D Printing 102"

What's coming down the road, what to expect and what is just a myth? This will cover where things will go including 4d printing, conductive materials, bionic applications, accessible metal printing, true mass customization and if there will ever be a 3d printer in every home. You'll walk away with some ideas on what to look out for in technological advancements and how you can put yourself in a position to take advantage of these coming advancements.Presented by: Stratasys<p><i>Speaker(s): Jim Snodgrass (Technical Training Manager, Cimquest)</p>
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