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Join ProtoCAM on Thursday, February 25th, 2021 at 1 p.m. for a virtual introduction to the Carbon® Digital Light Synthesis™ technology and process, available now at ProtoCAM. Learn how this technology can be used to bring your unique 3D additive manufacturing project to life.
The webinar will feature a presentation by AMUG DINO award winner and systems expert Jason Lopes. Jason will give an overview of Carbon technology and its family of materials to inspire and accelerate the additive manufacturing field.
This session will include an introduction from Ed Graham, ProtoCAM’s Vice President of Additive Manufacturing and fellow DINO award winner; Ron Belknap, President and CEO of ProtoCAM (and also a DINO award winner!) will also be available for Q&A at the end of the session.
At the webinar, we’re featuring a special collaboration with a long-time ProtoCAM customer: Streamlight! Using our Carbon DLS printer, we created a one-of-a-kind Streamlight Survivor Flashlight. The flashlight features UMA 90 Black material and a unique texture created with Carbon’s Custom Texture Tool. The finished product required no post-processing to achieve the finish, and was assembled using Streamlight production components. Stay tuned throughout the entire webinar for a trivia question and the chance to win this unique, Carbon technology-created product!
All interested professionals are welcome at this webinar. Please register in advance for this free event.
Jason Lopes started as Carbon’s first beta tester of its technology in 2014; he was formerly Lead Systems Engineer with Legacy Effect. Jason helped create some of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters of all time utilizing additive manufacturing. Jason’s credits include Avatar, Terminator Genisys & Salvation, 2012, Thor, Iron Man 1,2, & 3, Cowboys & Aliens, Real Steel, Life of Pi, Captain America 2, Robocop, and Pacific Rim, among other successful TV and film productions.
Jason now helps companies leverage additive manufacturing and educates all spaces of 3D Printing. Jason is a strong advocate of 3D printing, which has proven to be an invaluable tool in his production workflow, along with 3D scanning, 3D design, and 3D modeling. Jason has been operating numerous 3D printing technologies for a number of years to assist in the production of stunning visual effects and products and was awarded 3D Printing Industry’s Maker of The Year 2017 and the DINO (Distinguished Innovative Operators Award) in 2012 by the Additive Manufacturing Users Group. Since 2017, Jason has held numerous roles at Carbon including Production Studio Lead and is currently the Global Market Development Engineer.
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