On Thursday 19 July, in collaboration with Selltek and HP, we are hosting a free workshop open to the public dedicated to additive production with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology at our Courses Room in Boretto (RE).
Since its introduction into the additive manufacturing sector, HP technology has lead to a marked increase in productivity, tight times of realization and a consequent increase in process complexity. One of the most significant advantages associated with the use of this technology is the possibility of optimizing the times related to the printing process. Restricted production times are equivalent to an increase in the complexity of the processes: more activities in less time. Jet Fusion is an ideal production system for the production of small series productions that fit into low-critical application areas that can take full advantage of reduced printing times.
During the meeting you will have the opportunity to discover the possibilities offered by HP to the additive industry, the printing process and the results guaranteed with HP 3D printers. At the end of the workshop you can visit the Zare Factory and meet some special guests. You will see the electric motorbike designed by the Racing Team of the University of Bologna for which we have built some structural components and Gabriele Torelli's Mini Cooper, driver in the Mini Challenge championship which we sponsor since 2017.
The workshop program will be as follows:
- 10.00 am - Registration of participants
- 10.30 am - Greeting by Andrea Pasquali, General Manager of Zare and Damiano Vescovo, CEO of Selltek and Prototek
- 11.00 am- Intervention by Eleonora Giacometti, HP Channel Manager Italy: "3D HP Multi Jet Fusion - Applications in the productive sector"
- 11.30 am - Speech by Stefania Minnella, HP Application Engineering: “Competitive advantages”
- 12.00 am - Intervention by Giuseppe Pisciuneri, Sales Manager of Zare: “Functioning and applications in the production process”
- 12.30 am - Visit the Zare factory to see the HP production process running.