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3D Printing at UCLA: Global Visions of the Future By: Doug Daniels

November 17, 2015 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
I’m very excited to welcome you to a presentation on the state of the 3D printing industry. I recently attended EuroMold, an international conference on the 3D printing industry, in Düsseldorf, Germany. As the Library explores ways in which to offer 3D printing services to its campus community, I went to EuroMold with the goal of learning as much as possible of the state of the industry, its current innovations, and where the industry is headed.
I’ll be addressing a wide range of topics regarding 3D printing, including:
·         Why has 3D printing all of a sudden become so widespread?
·         What is the current state of the industry both at home and abroad?
·         What are the current breakthroughs in the aerospace, medical, and materials science fields?
·         Where is the 3D printing industry headed? What does the future of 3D printing look like?
·         And much more!
I would be honored and thrilled if you could attend. I’m working daily towards bringing 3D printing services into the Library, and your support has been (and will be) invaluable. Please feel free to extend this invitation to any and all parties you think might be interested. I anticipate the presentation to be no longer than 30 minutes, and will have plenty of time afterwards to answer any questions you might have.


As always, please email helpdesk@library.ucla.edu if you have any print requests, or would like a personal demonstration of the technology.


November 17, 2015
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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