TriMech Tech Talks 2021: Industry Innovation Spotlight

   By TriMech Marketing on November 2, 2020

Here at TriMech, we fancy ourselves the jack of all trades or the wearer of many hats of the engineering world. With extensive experience with the different facets of CAD, 3D printing, 3D scanning and training, we know that your business probably doesn’t just stick to one lane, either. With that in mind, we are bringing you four on-demand webinars focused around 3D innovation, full of ideas and tools to bring your company to the next level!

TriMech Tech Talks 2021

3D Scanning & Reverse Engineering

3D scanning has not only been growing in popularity, but it’s also become a critical tool in design and can make your life easier. In this on-demand webinar, you will get an introduction to Artec 3D scanners, Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS and the reverse engineering process. Stream the webinar to watch a live demonstration and first-hand look at the 3D scanning process. Watch this Webinar.

Getting Your 3D Models on the Web

Engineering teams work hard to design, validate, produce drawings and much more, but there are tools that can make their lives easier! In this on-demand webinar, you will learn how to automate SOLIDWORKS Drawings with the extensive range of Generation Tasks in DriveWorks Pro. Stream the webinar to discover how to automatically create different parts and assemblies, how to re-scale and reposition views, how to automate ballooning and BOM tables and more. Watch this Webinar.

Exporting .3MF Files to Create Amazing Color 3D Prints

Since 3D printing hit the scene, .STL files have been the format standard, but there are other alternatives with an array of benefits including .3MF. In this on-demand webinar, you will get a rundown on the .3MF file format and the advantages over the .STL file types including assigning multiple colors to a single body, how to utilize information-dense file format and using the Stratasys J55 color 3D printer with the files. Stream the webinar to learn all you want about these file formats for 3D printers. Watch this Webinar.

Creating Functional Fixtures Using 3D Printed Carbon Fiber Nylon

You may think plastic doesn’t have the strength and isn’t the right material for high-stress applications in machine shops, but that isn’t necessarily the case! In this on-demand webinar, you will discover how high-performance polymers, specifically Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber, can make a high impact with FDM printing solutions and produce complex parts unattended with little to no setup time. Stream the webinar to see how the Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber and Stratasys Fortus Class 3D printer can impact the factory floor. Watch this Webinar.

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