Thursday 24 October 2013 | Royal Institution, London, UK
Free to attend
The lecture and drinks are free of charge for members and non-members of the IET but registration is required to secure your place at this popular event.
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Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing as it is often termed, is now beginning to gain traction in both the public's imagination as well as becoming a seriously considered and implemented manufacturing tool by leading industry.
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Richard Hague is Professor of Innovative Manufacturing in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Nottingham, Head of the Additive Manufacturing and 3D-Printing Research Group (3DPRG) and Director of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Additive Manufacturing.
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The Young Professional's event will be streamed live as a webcast at 18.00 GMT on Thursday 24 October 2013 and will be available on-demand at IET.tv.
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The IET have teamed up with the EPSRC Centre for Additive Manufacturing to offer one winning entrant the chance to have their design 3D printed and the final product to keep for free!
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18:00 - Registration
18:30 - Lecture commences
20:00 - Networking drinks (free to attend)
Articles of interest
- 6 May 2013 - Working gun made with 3D printer (source: BBC News)
- 2 May 2013 - What 3-D Printing Means To The Future of Advertising (source: Co.CREATE)
- 29 April 2013 - 3D Printing Will Transform Manufacturing, Social Media Startups Are Facing General Fatigue (source: TechCrunch)
- 10 April 2013 - 4D-printing: from self-assembling chairs to cancer-fighting robots (source: The Guardian)
- 12 March 2013 - 'Pirate Bay' for 3D printing launched (source: BBC News)
- 22 February 2013 - How 3D printing could revolutionise the solar energy industry (source: The Guardian)
- 21 January 2013 - Modern Meadow aims to print raw meat using bioprinter (source: BBC News)
- 25 November 2012 - 3D 'Wiki Weapon' guns could go into testing by end of year, maker claims (source: The Guardian)
- 21 February 2011 - 'Printing' human organs with 3D bio-printer (source: BBC News)