Massivit 3D: Groundbreaking 3D Printing Technologies for Composite Tooling Event

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Massivit 3D: Groundbreaking 3D Printing Technologies for Composite Tooling Event

February 3 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

During this event discover how the Massivit GDP and Cast-In-Motion Technology can produce large molds in just 4 simple steps. Join us for this event either in-person or virtually. The in-person event will be held at CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) located at 409 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT.

Groundbreaking 3D Printing Technologies for Composite Tooling.

  • High Speed Large-Scale 3D Printing with patented Gel Dispensing Technology (GDP)
  • 3D Print Isotropic Molds for the Composites Industry using Cast-In-Motion (CIM) Technology producing Digital Molds in days versus weeks.

Significantly reduce mold production time using Massivit 3D’s Cast-in-Motion (CIM) technology to digitally produce molds.

Learning Objectives:
Gel Dispensing Technology (GDP):

     > This is not FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
     > Thermoplastic vs. UV Cure Thermoset
     > Speed vs. Resolution
     > Eliminate printing internal support

Cast-In-Motion (CIM):

     > Eliminate the pattern/plug
     > Reduce mold building from 19 steps to 4 steps
     > Reduce labor by up to 90%

Agenda:
8:30- 9AM          Registration, Coffee and Donuts
9-10AM               GDP Presentation
10-11AM              CIM Presentation
11-11:30AM         Behind the scenes peek at the Massivit 10000 from Israel
11:30-12PM        Q&A
12-1PM                Tour CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center

Presenters:

     Michael Clark, Composite Sales Manager USA for Massivit 3D Technologies Ltd

     Kevin M. Sykes, President North America for Massivit 3D Technologies Ltd.

Target Audience: Director of Engineering, Director of Production, Manufacturing Engineering Manager, Tooling Engineering Manager, Research Directors, Research Fellow, Department Chair of Material Science, Principal Investigator on a Research Grant, Director of Composite Lab, Additive Research Faculty.

CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is located at the Raytheon Technologies Research Center which is adjacent to The Pratt & Whitney Campus at 409 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT. CCAT is an export control facility and all visitors at CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center will be required to sign in and present proof of citizenship. Acceptable forms for identification include a verified license/ID, passport, green card, or birth certificate. Visitors who are citizens of an embargoed country and do not have a valid US Green Card will not be permitted in the facility.  CCAT follows all current CDC, State of Connecticut and Town of East Hartford, CT COVID protocols and masks are required.

Registration is required.

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Learn More:

Money for Manufacturing is available for eligible CT manufacturers through two different grant programs funded by the CT Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT. The IoT Integration Voucher Program can provide up to $20,000 to assist you with the implementation of Industry 4.0 solutions.

Interested in additional workshops and trainings? See our upcoming opportunities for manufacturers and educators.

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Organizer

CCAT AMC
Phone:
860-610-0478
Email:
infoamc@ccat.us
Website:
www.ccat.us

Venue

CCAT Advanced Technology Center
409 Silver Lane
East Hartford, CT 06118 United States
Phone:
(860) 610 0478
Website:
https://www.ccat.us/amc