Stratasys has teamed up with Mark Bringle and Scott Temple of Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) to deliver this webcast coming up on December 9th.
JGR, one of NASCAR’s most recognized teams, is constantly searching for ways to make their cars faster. Engineers have just three days to diagnose a problem, find a solution, and implement it before the car ships to the next race.
Find out why they use FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) to fuel their in-house concept-to-car process. And, learn how you can use additive manufacturing to accelerate product development by creating concept models, functional prototypes, manufacturing tools and even end-use parts in a matter of hours.
Thursday, December 9th, 2010
2:00 pm ET/1:00 pm CT
Duration: 30 minutes
No Cost to Attend
- Engineering Managers & Directors
- Manufacturing & Design Engineers
- Shop Floor Managers
- Product Designers
- C-Level Management
- Time (and cost) savings of using FDM technology vs. traditional methods
- How additive manufacturing fits with other technologies like CNC machines, laser cutters, etc.
- Why FDM technology makes sense early in the design process, before going to a CNC machine
- Different ways JGR uses additive manufacturing for producing concept models, functional prototypes, manufacturing tools & end use parts
Mark Bringle, Director of Technical Sponsorship, Joe Gibbs Racing
Scott Temple, Mechanical Engineer, Joe Gibbs Racing