3D printing empowers manufacturers to produce advanced functional and durable parts. Supporting high requirement applications with efficiency-improving build complexities that are not achievable through traditional means.
Traditional approaches to manufacturing are no longer the only way you have to bring your product to market. It’s time to think differently about manufacturing. In the era of Industry 4.0, additive opens new doors. Developments in additive technologies (3D printing), have far-reaching applications in Canadian industry sectors—such as aerospace, defense and automotive. Canadian manufacturers are producing a diverse range of complex, high-value products leveraging additive manufacturing supported by high performance thermoplastics.
Join our workshop at the Advanced Transportation Manufacturing Summit (ATMS) on February 5 at 9:30 AM to learn:
- How additive manufacturing can shave days off production cycles.
- Remove complexity from final assembly.
- Produce lightweight, high-strength structures.
- Be more competitive than ever before.
James Janeteas—President, Additive Solutions Group, Javelin Technologies
James Janeteas is the President of the Additive Solutions Group at Javelin Technologies. For the past 25 years, James has been engaged in the design, engineering and manufacturing sectors within a variety of verticals – consumer products, medical devices, automotive and aerospace to name a few. With his comprehensive manufacturing background and over 20 years’ additive manufacturing experience, James is an industry authority, providing recommendations on how to best leverage Additive Manufacturing to dramatically impact business processes.
Date and Time
February 5, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:55 AM
Toronto Congress Center, 650 Dixon Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 1J1
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