Register Now for our Next Webinar – 3-D Printing, Clean Tech, and Sustainability
Scheduled for 9:00 AM Pacific/12:00 PM Eastern, Tuesday, September 10th
3-D printing – also known as additive manufacturing – has the potential to revolutionize global manufacturing, bringing the fabrication process from the factory floor to the desktop or small local 3-D printing centers. Sustainability impacts could be huge, greatly reducing fuel use and carbon emissions in factories and transportation throughout the manufacturing supply chain and speeding up the design cycle and opening up new markets for bio-based feedstocks. But the impacts could also be negative – a proliferation of unnecessary items using plastics and other petroleum-based materials.
What does the future hold for clean tech and sustainability in this exciting and innovative new field? Join us for a lively interactive conversation co-hosted with Autodesk as we explore these and many other issues and questions in 3-D printing and the intersection of sustainability. Register now for this free one hour webinar scheduled for Tuesday, September 10, 9 AM Pacific/12 PM Eastern.
Paul Susalla Section Supervisorof Rapid Manufacturing,
Ford Motor Company
Jeremy Faludi Sustainable Design Strategist and Researcher
Susan Gladwin Global Lead, Clean Tech Initiative,
Session Moderator, Managing Director,
Interested In Partnering?
This session wraps up this year’s Clean Tech Nation Briefing Series. If your organization is interested in partnering with us for a session in next year’s schedule – fall 2013 through summer 2014 – we’d love to hear from you. We are open to brainstorming topics of high interest to the clean-tech community.
Upcoming planned sesssions include Utilities of the Future and emerging Japanese Clean Tech Market Opportunities.
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