With current challenges with supply chain due to a combination of the Covid-19 pandemic and shortage of key components, many companies are looking for alternative and flexible production solutions.

Stratasys has recently introduced New Additive Manufacturing technologies for thermoplastics components. Enabling to get injection moulding quality and produce parts in volume in the 10,000s of parts without the need to rely on injection moulding or CNC machining. Lead time for start of production can be immediate using a digital inventory and in-house 3D printers, while removing remove the need to wait for weeks to get an injection mould made or parts shipped. We will be sharing some case studies where Stratasys technologies are used for jigs & fixtures and volume production in Automotive and Mass transportation.
Wed, Jun 30, 2021 · 3:00 PM London (GMT +1:00)
Yann Rageul
Head of Manufacturing EMEA & APAC, Stratasys
Yann has a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering and MBA. He started his career working in the automotive industry performing design analysis on internal combustion engines, before moving into additive manufacturing at Stratasys. He has since worked with 100s of companies across the UK to help them develop a successful additive strategy by identifying parts and processes that could benefit from being made using a 3D printer against traditional methods, saving companies millions of pounds, boosting their in-house innovation and helping them transition towards a smart-manufacturing way of thinking. He now heads the team in charge of the Manufacturing across EMEA and APAC.
Paul Fanning
Editor - Eureka! Magazine