The seminar will cover 3D printing for the plastics industry
The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has announced the line-up for a seminar focusing on how 3D printing technologies can be utilised by plastics processors.
The one-day event entitled ‘3D Printing – A Game Changer for the Plastics Industry?’ will take place on 9th March at BPF House in Central London and will cover a number of topics, including materials, applications and case studies.
A number of speakers from the 3D printing industry are scheduled to speak at the event, covering topics including ‘Overview of the 3D Printing Market’, ‘Key Materials Used in 3D Printing’, ‘Case Studies: 3D Printing in Automotive and Aeronautic’, ‘3D Printing for Injection Moulding: A Case Study’, and an analysis of ‘Future Trends in 3D Printing’.
Speakers presenting to delegates on the day include representatives from Nottingham University, Digits2widgets, Laser Lines, and Materialise.
This seminar is aimed at those within the plastics industry who are interested in finding out more about 3D printing, as well as those who are looking at the feasibility of implementing 3D printing into their businesses in the future.
For more information about this event, please visit http://www.bpf.co.uk/events/3d_printing_and_the_plastics_industry.aspx