How to Reduce Costs and Identify AM Opportunities Using Ximplify

Tuesday, January 12, 3:00 p.m. ET | 12:00 p.m. PT

Manufacturers are often left unsure about where the break-even points are for additive manufacturing versus traditional production methods. In this webinar, we will introduce you to a software tool that can help users overcome this hurdle.

Ximplify, an automated 3D printing decision support portal powered by CASTOR accelerates the ability of designers and manufacturers to adopt additive manufacturing at scale using automated decision support tools. Join us for a live demo and discussion on how to identify cost reduction and re-design opportunities

In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn:
  • Why it’s important to identify the right parts for 3D printing
  • The main challenges when choosing materials for 3D printing and how to solve them
  • How to reduce costs, risk, and lead-time required to successfully implement 3D printing
  • How to run a full part cost and ROI investment analysis on any CAD file 

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About the Speakers

Avi Bio PicAvi Reichental is one of the world’s leading authorities on business digitalization and exponential-tech convergence. He is an executive who led during 9/11 and through the 2008 financial crisis while serving as CEO of 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD). Reichental is currently the CEO of Nexa3D and the founder of XponentialWorks, a venture investment, advisory and product development company, unique in its collider-business model of bringing together traditional mid-market manufacturing companies with transformative startups to accelerate value creation. Avi serves as a member of the XPRIZE Innovation Board. He remains a hands-on inventor with over 35 patents credited to his name.

Omer (2)

Omer Blaier is the CEO of CASTOR, a software company that enables manufacturers to reduce costs, utilizing the benefits of industrial 3D printing. CASTOR solves the challenge of identifying where, when, and how to use 3D printing to reduce costs and drive profitability. The software analyzes thousands of parts at once and recommends the suitable 3D printing technology and material for each part, while identifying cost reduction opportunities and suggesting geometry changes to the part's design. It estimates the cost and lead-time for each part and connects the manufacturer to a service bureau that can print and supply the part according to requirements.