Konica Minolta


Live webinar: Tuesday, 26th July, 2022

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM AEST

Find out if 3D Printing is the right solution for you.

From unpredictable delays caused by supply chains being overwhelmed to being limited by the capacity of your machinery, 3D printing is helping manufacturers move beyond limitations.

3D printing is a versatile solution that can help you design and product custom end use parts in a range of different materials like rubber, carbon fiber, metals and more.

If you’ve never considered 3D printing for your operations before and are unsure where to begin, this webinar will take you through everything you need to know about whether this can be the right solution for you.

Register for this webinar now!

Date: Tuesday, 26th July 2022

Time: 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM AEST

What you will learn:

Industry insights

Find out how 3D printing for end use parts is helping manufacturers evolve rapidly.

Evaluating your limitations

Our 3D printing experts will show you how to analyse the impact of machine obsolescence issues, supply chain unpredictability on the time and cost of your operations and how additive manufacturing is successfully navigating these scenarios.

Design thinking principles

Learn the basics of light weighting, material selection and part consolidation to help you get started with 3D printing.


Our speakers

Matthew Hunter

Matthew Hunter is Konica Minolta’s Innovation product manager with over 20 years of experience in bringing new hardware and software technologies to market. Matthew helps companies identify avenues for a process improvement through emerging tech. He helps clients solve problems by combining creative manufacturing solutions with practical business models.


Wojciech Wawrzyniak

Wojciech Wawrzyniak has 20 years of practical experience in the fields of design, engineering and manufacture. He holds a degree in industrial design and was the recipient of the Dyson Young Australian Design Award 2002. He is experienced in helping streamline design and manufacturing workflows for organisations such as CSIRO and ANSTO, commercial additive manufacturing clients as well as implantable medical devices.


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