In this webinar, join Additive Manufacturing industry experts Justin Hopkins and Scott Gvozdas as they explore innovative ways to leverage Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing using HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing Technologies.  3D Printing empowers engineers to rethink traditional manufacturing methods and utilize technology to design and create the next generation of products.  We will explore how to optimize designs for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing by using advanced techniques such as nesting, post processing, throughput, etc.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Innovative techniques to minimize cost with Additive Manufacturing
  • How HP’s Multi-Jet Fusion technology will change the way we make products in the future
  • How to begin implementing Additive Manufacturing into your current process

Webinar Details:
Date: Tuesday, May 28
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm EST
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Presenters

HP-Justin Hopkins Scott
Justin Hopkins
HP, Application Engineer
Scott Gvozdas
3D Printing Account Manager
 Justin Hopkins is an Applications Engineer with Hewlett Packard Inc. who works with companies to reinvent their manufacturing processes through the use of technology. Justin believes there are tools that help build the world around us and we are now enabling everyone to have access to a tool that gives you the freedom to create and manufacture. He was previously in the education and design field for Additive Manufacturing for thirteen years as the Rapid Prototyping Operations Manager at SCAD. Justin holds a BFA in Furniture Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Scott Gvozdas has been consulting and serving the Manufacturing and Education industries for more than 5 years, helping companies identify and adopt new design standards, manufacturing processes, and technology initiatives.  Most recently, Scott worked alongside SOLIDWORKS as a Strategic Account Manager to optimize customer’s design and go to market strategy.  Today, Scott is a Strategic Account Manager focused on Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing in the Southeastern Region.