AIP hosts webinar on customised 3D printing in packaging


AIP hosts webinar on customised 3D printing in packaging

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) invites its members and industry colleagues to attend a ‘Power Product Packaging with 3D Printing’ Webinar on 29 July 2020. The webinar will be hosted by AIP Partner TCL Hofmann in partnership with Stratasys, with guest speaker Shiry Saar, Director of Customer Advocacy, Stratasys, South Asia & Australia.

Webinar attendees will learn about customised 3D printing in packaging, the latest success and case studies in 3D printing, and the latest 3D technologies. With vivid 3D printed prototypes, consumer goods companies can save time, meet deadlines with ease and ultimately increase business. Using photorealistic prototypes, brand managers can fast-track new products and product designers can ensure a positive brand experience, finalising the best possible look and feel, due to the customised prototyping capabilities of the Stratasys innovation in packaging.

The speed, realism and accuracy of 3D printed models enables companies to gain a competitive edge, and iterate and refine designs through lifelike prototypes in hours instead of days. For many brands, using multicolour, multi-material 3D printed prototypes across the product development is the key to rapid growth. The process is said to help create a better product in less time, with fewer costs.

To register for the webinar, click here.

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