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Sunday , Feb 4 - Feb 7, 2018

3D Scanning, 3D Printing, CNC Machining and Your SOLIDWORKS

An unbeatable combination

Join 3D Systems, industry-leaders in reverse engineering and additive and subtractive manufacturing solutions, at SOLIDWORKS World 2018 booth #728.

See how SOLIDWORKS and 3D Systems work together for a seamless, productive, scan-to-SOLIDWORKS through to metal and plastics additive manufacturing and CNC machining subtractive manufacturing workflows. Produce high quality metal and plastic parts in record time with 3D Systems’ advanced materials for additive and learn how our On Demand Manufacturing services can start your journey into 3D printing.

Make sure you see what is on display in booth #728 and meet with one of our experts.

3D Systems Sessions

Hear and learn from 3D Systems' experts at the Technical Training sessions. Be sure to include these in your agenda. 

  • Designing for Metal Additive Manufacturing with SOLIDWORKS

    Session Time: 
    Monday, February 5
    10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Session Description: The first session of the Additive Manufacturing Symposium focuses on Metal. See the latest developments from SOLIDWORKS and partners such as 3D Systems and Desktop Metal. This is an exclusive first opportunity to see the brand new design tools to take advantage of Additive Manufacturing.

    Session Attendee Benefits: Attendees will learn about the latest developments and use cases in Additive Manufacturing (AM). This day of presentations hopes to inspire and inform SOLIDWORKS customers, and show them how they can gain competitive advantage by designing for AM.

  • Reverse Engineering and Inspection with Geomagic and SOLIDWORKS

    Session Time:
    Wednesday, February 7
    2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

    Session Description: Learn how the powerful combination of Geomagic software and SOLIDWORKS can elevate your 3D scanning workflow.

    Session Attendee Benefits: Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how SOLIDWORKS users can take advantage of 3D scan data by introducing Geomagic software into their SOLIDWORKS workflows. No matter the size of the object, or the complexity of the part, users can scan, design, and inspect their SOLIDWORKS models.


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