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The Stark Entrepreneurship Alliance is a one-stop shop for early-stage and start-up companies in Stark County, OH. The alliance provides assistance in all aspects of creating and growing a business including business consulting, recruiting management, financing, real estate, product innovation, mentoring and coaching, legal and accounting, and more.
What makes us different from other programs is that we have the resources to assist more complex start-ups involving technology, capital investments and national or global sales opportunities.
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3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping
Tim Seifert, President
Seifert Technologies, Inc.
May 19, 2015
Location: Shady Hollow Country Club
4865 Wales Ave. NW, Massillon, OH
5:30 p.m. Refreshments
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Program and Demonstrations
Stark Entrepreneurship Alliance is pleased to announce a joint meeting with Canton Joint Engineering Council (CJEC) societies. The evening will consist of a brief overview of SEA and a presentation on 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping by Tim Seifert, President of Seifert Technologies, Inc. In addition, we will have live demonstrations showing the 3D printing process and stations displaying solid modeling software used in this industry.
3D printing is the ultimate just-in-time method of manufacturing. Shifting from the 2D world to physical parts accelerates product development and lowers cost. 3D parts that you can touch and feel improve design communication, so you can make better decisions faster. Applications include design visualization, prototyping/CAD, metal casting, architecture, education, geospatial, healthcare and entertainment/retail. Besides rapid prototyping, 3D printing is also used for rapid manufacturing. Rapid manufacturing is a new method where companies are using 3D printers for short run custom parts. In this way of manufacturing, the printed objects are not prototypes but the actual end-user product.
Co-founder of Seifert Technologies, Tim Seifert holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Technology from the University of Akron. Tim is registered in the State of Ohio as a Professional Mechanical Engineer. He has served on many advisory boards including the Massillon Development Foundation, Stark Development Board, Society of Manufacturing Engineers Canton Chapter (SME), Stark State College of Technology, and the Massillon Chamber of Commerce and is also a member of ASME and AIST
This event is part of an ongoing speakers’ program by the Stark Entrepreneurship Alliance.
The cost is $15. Registration information is available at the www.seifert.com/3D.