Join us from 9:30 to 12:00PM and learn to create full spectrum color parts with a voxel-control system poised for future innovation. This cost-effective HP 3D printer tailored for small/medium-sized product development teams, design firms, and universities. Now you can prototype and produce functional parts with the same technology.
MasterGraphics invites you to join us as we discuss HP’s innovative solutions for producing brilliant, full color, black or white functional parts while maintaining optimal mechanical properties. We will show you everything you will need to go from design to full color functional parts.
Lunch will be provided.
Barbara Arnold-Feret is an HP 3D printing and additive manufacturing specialist with extensive experience with plastics processing, manufacturing and various 3D printing technologies. A former winner of the Society of Plastics Engineers Mold Designer of the year award as well as an SPE Honored Service Member, she chaired the Product Design and Development Division of SPE twice and was the Moldmaking Technology Division’s representative at SPE governance for several years. She chaired the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Plastics Composites and Coatings Technical group and served on the New Technology Committee as well as has published over 50 papers on the subjects of 3D printing, manufacturing and best practices. An accomplished application expert and sales professional, she is a go to resource for applications, processing, materials and operations in 3D printing, plastic and metal processes, metal to plastic conversions, and hybrid manufacturing.
She frequently speaks on how 3D printing fits into design, development and manufacturing. An energetic advocate of 3D printing, she can show you how 3D printing use can yield better parts at faster speeds with lower costs.