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3:00-3:30 PM

From Part ID to Quality Mass Production

About the Session

Understanding the advantages of Additive Manufacturing enables organizations to better innovate and revolutionize current and future manufacturing processes. Being able to process parts from part identification all through part qualification after manufacturing is critical in ensuring confidence with end users and acceptance.


Organizations today are utilizing lean manufacturing and transforming most production facilities into factories of tomorrow. By having Additive Manufacturing in their arsenal, companies will then be able to improve efficiency by cutting costs with just in time manufacturing and product innovation.


In this presentation, you will learn how to:

  • Evaluate multiple additive manufacturing technologies to validate appropriate production process

  • Down select the most important part features and requirements for optimal results

  • Ensure quality results using Endeavor engineering excellence and state-of-the-art QC lab

  • Prove the business case against injection molding for volume production

Meet the Speaker

Daniel Baker | Program Manager | Plastics, Endeavor 3D

Daniel Baker | Program Manager | Plastics, Endeavor 3D

Daniel Baker leads plastics manufacturing at Endeavor 3D, located just outside of Atlanta. In his role of Program Manager – Plastics. Daniel manages the workflow from part identification through end production. Daniel is also heavily involved in the early sales cycle, helping educate and guide customers on application discovery and DfAM, and prepare parts for volume production. Prior to joining the team at Endeavor 3D, Daniel has been working in the additive industry for 8 years leading Manufacturing Engineering for a wide range of polymer technologies including: DLS, SLA, Binder Jetting, Multi-Jet Fusion, FDM.

Daniel Baker | Program Manager | Plastics, Endeavor 3D
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