Print to Part Open House

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Join us for a Print to Part Open House!

Ellison Technologies and GSC are partnering to bring you a special Print to Part Open House. Highlighting the innovations in 3D engineering and machining, GSC will be presenting an informative seminar to provide you with insights into additive machining technology and 3D applications. Following the seminar will be two additional break-out sessions featuring Simulation/3D Printing and CAM/Inspection technology. RSVP today to reserve your seat as space will be limited.

Dates & Hours: 
Tuesday, January 22 | 10:00am - 2:30pm
Wednesday, January 23 | 10:00am - 2:30pm

N29 W23825 Woodgate Court West, Suite 100, Pewaukee, WI 53072

Daily Agenda
9:30 am | Doors Open/Registration Check-In
10:00-11:30 am | Fine-tune your Design for Machining Process with SOLIDWORKS by GSC
NOON | Lunch Provided
1:00-2:30 pm | Live Machine Demos & Break-out Sessions

Fine-tune your Design for Machining Process with SOLIDWORKS
Join Austen Popejoy, CAM Applications Engineer at GSC, for an in-depth look at designing for machining using SOLIDWORKS, CAD, Simulation, CAM, Inspection and 3D printing. Designing the part within SOLIDWORKS, you’ll learn how to optimize features using Simulation for a maximum strength to weight ratio and how using Simulation improves 3D printed parts. Discover the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS CAM, as well as CAMWorks, to program the machining on tight-tolerance surfaces. Watch demonstrations on a variety of CNC machines at Ellison Technologies, complete with final inspections before the part ever leaves the machine.

Break-out Sessions
Use SOLIDWORKS Simulation to Optimize 3D Printed Parts
Learn how to use SOLIDWORKS’ Simulation to analyze a design’s merits, ensuring it will meet design parameters before a prototype is ever created. In this session, we’ll examine SOLIDWORKS’ adjustable settings that have a direct impact on the quality of the finished product. Learn the best methods and strategies to guarantee high quality for your 3D printing projects.

Come Full Circle with SOLIDWORKS CAM and Inspection
SOLIDWORKS CAM is a powerful programming tool entirely integrated with SOLIDWORKS which provides a seamless design-to-machine transition. In this session, which pairs CAM with SOLIDWORKS Inspection, learn how to read the product and manufacturing information imbedded in SOLIDWORKS parts to easily guarantee parts match the designers’ intent. Automated tools read tolerances and create Inspection sheets to save time and reduce quality assurance errors.

Machines on Display
Doosan Lynx 2100 – Horizontal Turning Center
Doosan TW 2100 GL – High Volume Turning Center with Gantry Loader 
Doosan DNM 5700 – Vertical Machining Center 
Doosan PUMA GT 3100M – Heavy-duty Turning Center with Milling 
Doosan PUMA 2600SY – Sub-spindle, Y-axis Turning Center with Automation Cell
GF Mikron MILL E 500 U – 5-axis Machining Center 
GF AgieCharmilles CUT E 350 – Wire Cut EDM
Amada HFA250W – Full Automatic Band Saw