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Ultimaker webinars: What have you missed?

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Each month, Ultimaker releases a free global webinar that takes a deep dive into a 3D printing-related topic. We’ve covered types of 3D printing, 3D printing materials, and interviewed experts from various industries about how additive manufacturing is transforming the ways they work.

These webinars are available on-demand and can be watched anytime, anywhere. So just in case you’ve missed one of the past three months, we’re here to recap them – and give you a sneak peek of what’s coming up!

Optimizing your Ultimaker Cura workflow

In September, we released a high-value session levels-up your slicing skills and allows you to leverage more of the power of Ultimaker Cura.

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Host and Ultimaker’s Director of Community Development Matt Griffin was joined by Kostas Karma, Ultimaker Cura developer, and Terri-Ann dela Cruz, Ultimaker application engineer, as they shared expert insights and walked through their workflows.

What was covered?

  • How to optimize print profile settings and whether to “keep” or “discard” changes

  • When is the right time to export your drawing from CAD? (Based on Ultimaker Cura’s surprising power as 3D control software)

  • Best practices for iterative print preparation and every lesson you should learn from each print

  • The right way to use per-object settings and when they are most useful

  • Easy-to-use resources for anyone who wants to develop their own printer definitions, plugins, or print profiles
    Host and Ultimaker’s Director of Community Development Matt Griffin was joined by Kostas Karma, Ultimaker Cura developer, and Terri-Ann dela Cruz, Ultimaker application engineer, as they shared expert insights and walked through their workflows.

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The 3D printing mindset: How to select temperature-resistant materials for FFF

October’s webinar looked into the role temperature plays in 3D printing materials. Host Matt Griffin sat with Jeremy Evers, Ultimaker Application Engineer, and Thiago Medeiros Araujo, Materials Engineer and Market Development LUVOCOM® 3F at LEHVOSS Group, to explore the topic.

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What was covered?

  • A baseline kick-off on polymer science topics for FFF 3D printing materials

  • Tips on how temperature affects your materials at various stages

  • How temperature exposure impacts a material – and how you can plan for better temperature performance

  • Tips on how to identify and address material requirements for manufacturing and prototyping projects

  • The role temperature and temperature-related engineering properties play in selecting materials for FFF

  • News on how certified materials will impact future serial production applications that use FFF 3D printing. In the spotlight is LEHVOSS Group’s LUVOCOM® 3F filament series

  • Inspiring industrial application practices for manufacturing and engineering

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Ultimaker 2+ Connect Product Tour

In November, we offered a product tour of our new 3D printing, the Ultimaker 2+ Connect. During the webinar, Matt Griffin and Andras Till, the Project Manager for the Ultimaker 2+ Connect, explored the features that empower a more seamless workflow.

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What was covered?

  • What makes the Ultimaker 2+ Connect the ideal solution for small businesses and educators

  • The strategy behind the printer from an R&D perspective

  • Every single hardware change made (compared to the Ultimaker 2+) – and what benefits they bring

  • The similarities and differences between the Ultimaker 2+ Connect Air Manager and the Ultimaker S5’s

  • The 4 big improvements coming next to the Ultimaker 2+ Connect (including tighter third-party material integration)

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What’s next for Ultimaker webinars?

December’s webinar will offer an introduction into using metal for FFF 3D printing. Matt Griffin, along with Ultimaker Application Engineer Andrea Gasperini, Roger Sijlbing, Head of Sales Additive Extrusion Solutions, and Tobias Rödlmeier, Product Manager, at BASF 3D Printing Solutions.

Together, they will examine the processes involved in using BASF’s Ultrafuse 316L, show examples of where the technology is and can be use, and offer real-life customer success stories.

The webinar will go live on December 9, and be available on-demand on December 10. Interested? Register today and be one of the first to watch it.

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