RadTech, the non-profit for UV and EB technology, announces a new set of UV 3D printing educational activities featured as part of the upcoming uv.eb WEST 2015 Conference, March 10-11, in Redondo Beach, California. Conference presentations include Jason Lopes of Legacy Effects discussing the use of 3D printing as a tool to create special effects in movies like Iron Man and Robocop; Brian Adzema from Autodesk will talk about Ember, Autodesk’s UV-powered 3D printer that marks Autodesk’s first venture into hardware; Mike Joyce from B9 Creations will discuss developing a UV curable, consumer-focused 3D printer; and Dr. Mike Idacavage, PL Industries, will give an overview of 3D printing technologies.
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