TEMP LPBF MENU (For Testing Only)
Discover how to control the laser and maximize performance and quality from your Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) machine.
Metal 3D printing is one of fastest growing additive manufacturing technologies on the market today. To meet the demand of manufacturing engineers, the available tools need more power, freedom and control.
Unfortunately, today’s GUI-based software is often riddled with issues such as high costs, manual labor-intensive, and slow processing speeds, particularly when handling large volumes of part data. Some workstations are even prone to crashing when file sizes stretch into the multi-gigabyte range, resulting in lost time and lost work that wasn’t saved.
Dyndrite LPBF Pro was developed as a powerful, robust, and flexible software solution to meet today’s engineering demands. Leverage Dyndrite to streamline your build preparation, give your materials and process development superpowers, simplify and speed your process qualification and calibration, and deploy automated production lines.
If you are an LPBF materials scientist, process engineer, quality engineer, or application engineer, this webinar is for you!
In this webinar, our Head of Product, Steve Walton and guests, will give a live demonstration of Dyndrite LPBF Pro and how it can:
Dyndrite LPBF Pro is compatible with DMLS/SLM/Laser-based machines from companies such as Aconity3D, EOS, Renishaw and SLM to name a few.
Control the laser and maximize performance and quality from your (LPBF) machine.
Hate talking to a robot when you have questions about a company or product? Join us for the live Q+A session that will follow our live presentation.
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.
Dahlon is a highly experienced Additive Manufacturing Engineer with a diverse background in multiple AM technologies. He has a demonstrated track record of applying Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology in both the aerospace and medical industries. His skill set includes expertise in advanced AM and CAD software suites, technical writing, and electrical mechanical systems.