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Designing for HP 3D Jet Fusion – 10 Tips You Need to Know
June 26, 2019 @ 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Join HP’s experts as they share great tips for designing for HP Jet Fusion 3D printers. Whether you are a student working on a 3D design for a capstone project, or an engineering professional looking to learn more, the practical advice in this webinar will be invaluable to achieving your best quality MJF print.
After completing this webinar, you will:
- Be able to optimize and select the right parameters for quality and cost
- Know what design principles to use when designing for HP’s MJF technology
- Understand the unique guidelines for designing on HP’s 3D technology
Alex Ju’s work on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology focuses on color, material, and finishes, with an emphasis on the processes and potential of applying textures to 3D printed parts. She brings her experience in art, design, and research to her current emphasis on automotive applications.
Product Development Engineer
James works with 3D printing partners and customers to create products that capture the value of HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology. His background is in mechatronics and mechanical design, with a focus on automotive applications.
Director of Education and Sustainability, 3D Print
Camille Caron is Global Director of Education for 3D Print at HP Inc., leading strategy to develop our next-generation of skilled additive manufacturing professionals and drive adoption of HP Jet Fusion technology at educational institutions across the globe. Prior to joining HP, Camille was Director Product Management at GE Healthcare, where she drove Health Cloud ecosystem strategy. She also comes from Autodesk, where she launched a learning platform to introduce 3D printing into K-12 classrooms, managed additive manufacturing partnerships for the Autodesk Consumer Group, and spearheaded go-to-market for the initial launch of the flagship AutoCAD 360 cloud & mobile app. Camille is passionate about transforming education, “making customers awesome,” and driving change at the intersection of emerging technology, new business models, and delightful experience.
Editor, Design World