Discover how to build jetting solutions by learning from experienced industry veterans, overcoming common challenges, and implementing practical tips for a successful outcome.
Developing effective material jetting applications can be a challenging task requiring expertise across various disciplines such as materials chemistry, deposition physics, mechanical systems, image generation and compensation via software. This webinar aims to address common pitfalls researchers and start-ups face when looking to build successful jetting solutions quickly.
Hosted by Dyndrite, along with industry veterans Dan Brunermer, founder of B-Jetting, Matthew Pullen of Meteor Inkjet Ltd., and Dr. Kate Black head of jetting research at the University of Liverpool, this free webinar gives valuable insights and practical knowledge to those designing jetting materials and hardware systems.
Brunemer will share his 20+ years of jetting expertise, starting from the early days of the first ExOne commercial jetting machines in the 1990s, and reveal insights that dramatically improves your chances of success in creating novel, repeatable, jetting solutions.
This webinar is suitable for all levels of jetting professionals.
In this webinar, you will learn:
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Harshil Goel, sometimes mistaken as a summer intern, is the company’s Co-Founder and CEO. He sets the technical and product vision of the company and spends most of his time talking to customers and end users. He enjoys reading math papers and tooling around machine shops in his spare time. Harshil has a double degree in pure Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley, and took an indefinite leave of absence from his Ph.D program in order to start Dyndrite.
Binder Jetting Fellow, 20 Years of getting binder jetting done. General AM expert. Fluent in digitization strategies.
Professor Kate Black gained her PhD in Material Science at the University of Liverpool in 2008. She then went on to join the University of Cambridge as a Research Associate in the Centre for Advance Photonic and Electronics, principally working on the development of novel materials for supercapacitors.
Matt is a veteran of the inkjet industry with more than 15 years’ experience in a wide array of digital print applications including optoelectronics, additive manufacturing, ceramics, labels and packaging. His work has included formulation and process development for inks and coatings, process scale-up and printhead waveform development. In 2017, Matt joined Meteor to work on pre-sales technical engagement and customer support. He now manages Meteor’s DropWatcher and Waveform Development efforts with a keen interest in accelerating OEM time from lab to fab.
In 2008, Steve Walton earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan. At Blue Origin, he addressed performance and manufacturing challenges on the H202/RP-1 Suborbital Booster with a focus on combustion and materials. As Product Group Lead, he designed systems for various vehicles, mentored engineers, and established processes. Later, as Lead of In-Space Propulsion, he developed smaller rocket systems and implemented additive manufacturing. Steve founded a successful additive manufacturing organization at Blue Origin. He now heads Dyndrite's product development, delivering critical new technologies to customers.