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Rapid 2015

Hoosier Pattern will be in Long Beach, California at RAPID 2015

 

RAPID is being held in Long Beach, California at the Long Beach Convention Center from May 19th to the 21st. RAPID is known worldwide as the preeminent event for 3D printing, scanning and addititve manufacturing. RAPID is filled with cutting-edge 3D innovation as well as many experts of additive expertise across all industries. RAPID is the largest additive manufacturing conference in North America. 3D technology is constantly growing and expanding, RAPID is a place to explore all the ways 3D technology can help advance your business. With more than 200 exhibitors, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with industry leaders and presentations presented by them. 

 

Hoosier Pattern's Dave Rittmeyer and Steve Murray will both be leading workshops at RAPID this year. 


Designing Printed Molds and Cores That Can Be Cleaned and Handled
Tuesday May 19th 2:00pm-2:25pm

Dave W. Rittmeyer, Customer Care & A.M. Manager, Hoosier Pattern, Inc.
 

Just about any CAD person can design a mold or core, but their design may or may not be able to have all of the unbound sand completely removed. They also have to be designed so that they can be safely handled. Some designs can make it impossible to remove all unbound sand. But there are some practices that can be followed to help increase the chances for successful removal of the unbound sand. There are any ways to handle printed sand safely. I will review some of the options that we ahve tested and used successfully. 

 

How to use 3-D Printed Sand in Short Run Production and Prototype Castings
Tuesday May 19th 3:00pm-3:25pm

Steve R. Murray, Sales Rep and Additive Manufacturing Consultant, Hoosier Pattern Inc. 

What foundry components can be 3-D printed in sand -- Molds Cores. Why use 3-D printed sand to make foundry molds and/or cores. No need for traditional foundry tooling. It's a timing issue and eliminated cost of the tooling. No draft required thus reducing CAD design time. More iterations done faster. No penalty for complex designs. Core assembly is eliminated. How to integrate riser sleeves both insulating and exothermic in to your 3-D printed sand mold. Placing filters in your printed sand mold. Printed sand cores. Solid, shell or a hybrid. What each can bring to your design and your casting. Using ceramic cores in a sand mold. Designing your printed sand mold for safe handling.

 

We just finished putting all of our booth and supplies in the crate, the next time we see it, we will be in California! See you at RAPID 2015! 


 

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