About This Webinar
Over the next decade, additive manufacturing will enable new products to feature unprecedented levels of complexity, to be 30–50% lighter and to be mass-customized to each local market.

Join this event to learn about how you can start realizing some of these benefits today—from tips and tricks when designing parts for 3D printing in CAD to next-generation technologies like topology optimization software to unlock the full potential of 3D printing in metals, polymers and elastomers.

In this webinar, Desktop Metal will explore the best practices necessary to achieve success with the Desktop Metal systems.

Presented by:

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  • Part selection guide
  • Best practices for designing parts
  • Part geometry considerations
  • Customer examples of DFAM parts
  • Next-generation generative design software
Ethan Rejto
Technical Marketing Manager
Ethan is a Technical Marketing Manager at Desktop Metal. With a background in mechanical engineering, Ethan worked at Onshape (now PTC) and MIT Lincoln Labs before joining Desktop Metal. At Desktop Metal, Ethan is responsible for working with customers to help turn their successes with metal 3D printing into case studies, presentations, and more.