ProtoCAM: Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping.

ProtoCAM to Present at Plastics in Motion 2020

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Ed Graham, VP of Additive Manufacturing

Join ProtoCAM at the Plastics in Motion conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, from March 9-12, 2020. Ed Graham, our Vice President of Additive Manufacturing, will present on “Trends in Additive Manufacturing: Reorienting the Industry for Production Manufacturing.” Catch Ed’s presentation, and visit with our Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Bob Holbrook, at the show to learn about all our latest offerings and the future of additive manufacturing.

The 2020 Plastics in Motion conference brings together automotive plastics professionals from around the globe to learn about the newest technologies and innovations in plastics applications in transportation. Plastics in Motion is a unique opportunity to learn about new materials, novel processing, and manufacturing techniques, and also to meet numerous key automotive decision makers and industry leaders.

Topics that will be discussed and presented at the conference include light-weighting automative components; advances in structural composites; plastics in automotive interiors and exteriors; plastics in engine compartment; innovations in automotive plastics processing and assembly; additive manufacturing in automotive; smart materials and specialty additives, and more.

Ed Graham will present on Thursday, March 12th at 9:30 a.m. The presentation will cover 3D printing in the past, present and future as well as Design, Technology, Automation and Connectivity to support Production Manufacturing. In addition, the presentation will highlight DFAM (design for additive manufacturing), Generative Design, and Topology Optimization. For the full conference schedule, visit http://executive-conference.com/conference/plastics-in-motion-2020/#agenda.

We look forward to connecting with you at Plastics in Motion! Learn more about the conference and register by clicking here.