Selecting a 3D printing material based on design constraints – Presented by Ben Redwood, 3D Hubs

Ben Redwood

Selecting a 3D printing material based on design constraints – Presented by Ben Redwood, 3D Hubs at the 3D Printing Materials Conference which will take place on 2 February 2017 at Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands.

With hundreds of 3D printing materials to choose from, engineers and designers must be able to identify the optimal material for a specific application and design intent. This presentation will provide insight into how 3D Hubs has approached this problem and discuss the methods of material classification that have been adopted to simply this process.

About Ben Redwood
Ben is the Technical Marketing Manager at 3D Hubs. With a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Ben has worked in a range of industries with a focus on material design and selection before recently becoming involved in the world of 3D printing.

About 3D Hubs
Founded in 2013, 3D Hubs is the world’s largest online marketplace for  3D printing services. With service providers connected across a global network in over 160 countries, 3D Hubs makes it easy for product designers and engineers to streamline the 3D printing process for prototyping and small production runs. By providing local access to cutting-edge 3D printing technologies, 3D Hubs is accelerating a future of distributed on-demand manufacturing.