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Tuesday , Nov 13 - Nov 16, 2018

3D Systems is transforming Additive Manufacturing workflows

With more than 30 years of partnering with customers, offering industry-leading 3D printers, innovative materials, advanced software and services 3D Systems transforms existing factory lines into advanced manufacturing environments:

  • Integrating additive with subtractive technologies enabling mixed factory environments
  • Lograr nuevos niveles de productividad a través de capacidades controladas de postprocesamiento automatizadas e integradas.
  • Garantizar niveles constantes de la capacidad de repetición de la calidad.
  • Optimizar y personalizar los flujos de trabajo de fabricación con una variedad de productos de software de ingeniería integrales para entornos de fabricación tradicional, aditiva o mixta.

Come visit us at formnext and learn how to grow from prototyping to production, integrate additive with traditional manufacturing, how to scale industrial additive manufacturing and how to streamline engineering and manufacturing workflows with our software solutions.

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The Impact of Metal Additive Manufacturing on the Hybrid Factory

Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 1:15 - 1:30 pm

Kevin McAlea, EVP, General Manager, Metals and Healthcare

  • Kevin McAlea is Executive Vice President and General Manager

    Kevin McAlea is Executive Vice President and General Manager - Metals & Healthcare Business Units for 3D Systems Corporation. Kevin entered the 3D printing business in 1993 with DTM Corporation, a Texas-based startup. DTM Corporation was acquired by 3D Systems in 2001.

    During his 25-year 3D printing career, Kevin has managed global printer sales and marketing, European operations and product development. In his current role, Kevin is responsible for the global metal printing business and the company’s healthcare vertical, including medical simulation, surgical planning and medical device manufacturing services.

    Kevin started his career at GE Global Research as a development engineer and team manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware.


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