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Impossible Objects to Showcase Additive Manufacturing Expertise at SMTA Long Island Expo & Tech Forum

by Anna

Impossible Objects is gearing up for its participation in the highly anticipated SMTA Long Island Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled for September 13, 2023, at the Marriott Melville Long Island. Leading the charge will be Darren Fill, the esteemed Lead Design Engineer at Impossible Objects, who is set to deliver a captivating presentation titled “Additive Manufacturing Industry Overview: Transforming Manufacturing Processes.”

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As the additive manufacturing sector undergoes continuous evolution, reshaping traditional manufacturing practices, Fill’s presentation is poised to provide attendees with an all-encompassing insight into this dynamic landscape. The session is set to encompass a broad spectrum of topics, including the historical progression of 3D printing and additive manufacturing, the principal “families” of additive technologies and processes, and the far-reaching potential of additive manufacturing in the realm of electronics manufacturing.

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The presentation will delve into practical, real-world applications, shedding light on how additive manufacturing is currently revolutionizing the production of electronic components. Attendees will gain valuable insights into successful case studies, unveiling the pivotal role additive manufacturing plays in enhancing efficiency and fostering innovative approaches within the electronic manufacturing sphere.

Furthermore, Fill is set to unveil his visionary perspective on the future landscape of additive manufacturing within the electronics manufacturing domain. Attendees can anticipate a comprehensive exploration of emerging trends, materials, and manufacturing processes that are poised to steer the industry’s trajectory in the coming years.

One of the focal points of Fill’s presentation will revolve around an in-depth examination of both traditional and additive materials and manufacturing processes utilized in the production of electronic tooling. Fill will provide attendees with a holistic overview of material properties and their inherent benefits, offering valuable insights into how these materials are effectively harnessed across various manufacturing stages, from the introduction of new products to the scaling of full-fledged production tooling.

This participation underscores Impossible Objects’ commitment to advancing the boundaries of additive manufacturing and its dedication to sharing knowledge and expertise within the industry.

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