A New Era for Additive Manufacturing Durability

Article by Rod Mackay updated August 26, 2022


In the early days of additive manufacturing, fragile parts that could only be used for prototyping was the norm.

Now, in 2022, the emphasis from material developers has shifted to resins and thermoplastics focused of making strong parts, capable of being used in actual real-world applications. In many situations, new printers and technologies are capable of taking the place of traditional manufacturing methods!

Watch the on-demand webinar as TriMech Solutions Consultant, Rich Annino, shows the newest Additive Manufacturing machines / 3D Printers from Stratasys, how these printers work to make strong parts and new materials that push the envelope.

During this Additive Manufacturing On-demand Webinar you will learn:

This TriMech Solution Webinar is presented by:

Rich Annino, Solutions Consultant – Additive

Rich is the senior member of our Hardware Solutions Consultant Team and has also served as the Advanced Manufacturing Services Shop Manager at our Rocky Hill Connecticut Facility, having worked hands on with our cutting edge additive manufacturing technologies daily for over 9 years. His extensive knowledge of these Additive Solutions puts him in a unique position to be able to explain these technologies and processes in granular detail. In his previous role, Rich was responsible for the running and maintaining of over a million dollars in additive manufacturing machinery on a day to day basis, and in his new role Rich has been taking that high level of machine and operation knowledge to our client’s and help them determine what the best Additive Solution is available to fit their needs.

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Rod Mackay

Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.