1. Jam to-morrow — The realities of 3D printing: Dr Phil Reeves Managing director and principle consultant, Econolyst Ltd In this thought provoking presentation, Dr Phil Reeves will apply some realism to the 3D printing hype. Drawing on a series of recent real-life case studies
    Biography: Phil has worked in the field of Advanced Manufacturing for nearly 20 years, having gained a PhD in the subject from Nottingham University in the mid 1990s.
    Since this time, Phil has worked in a number of AM related roles including R&D, business development and corporate strategy, before establishing Econolyst in 2003.
    Phil now advises both additive manufacturing systems vendors on future business and technology strategy, and technology users on the business benefits of AM adoption.
    Phil has worked on a wide range of projects to integrate Additive Manufacturing into sectors as diverse as healthcare and warfare, computer gaming and consumer goods, and from recreation to education.
    An advisor on AM to a number of government agencies, he has written numerous articles and book chapters on the current and future impact of additive manufacturing on society and the environmental and lectures extensively on the subject.
    He is most at home faciitating innovation sessions, listening to business problems and working out AM/3DP solutions.

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  2. We interviewed some of our speakers at this year's DEVELOP3D LIVE event to find out more about their views on coming trends over the next year for both their own organisations and the product development technology industry at large.

    Biography: Phil has worked in the field of Advanced Manufacturing for nearly 20 years, having gained a PhD in the subject from Nottingham University in the mid 1990s.

    Since this time, Phil has worked in a number of AM related roles including R&D, business development and corporate strategy, before establishing Econolyst in 2003.

    Phil now advises both additive manufacturing systems vendors on future business and technology strategy, and technology users on the business benefits of AM adoption.

    Phil has worked on a wide range of projects to integrate Additive Manufacturing into sectors as diverse as healthcare and warfare, computer gaming and consumer goods, and from recreation to education.

    An advisor on AM to a number of government agencies, he has written numerous articles and book chapters on the current and future impact of additive manufacturing on society and the environmental and lectures extensively on the subject.

    He is most at home faciitating innovation sessions, listening to business problems and working out AM/3DP solutions.

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  3. What is the cloud? The different technologies for CAD/CAM/CAE. Rob takes a look at how different CAD / CAM /CAE software developer cloud strategies will impact future workstation technology.

    Biography: Rob has many years of experience in the CAD/Design and IT industry. From implementing 2D CAD solutions where the only line colour was green to working at a CAD software company where he demonstrated 3D solid modelling tools.

    In his current role at AMD he works with most of the major CAD/CAM/CAE software vendors to improve the 3D performance using hardware and gets a good view of all the major developments in both software and hardware and how they interact.

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  4. Best practices to make your workstation fly: Rob Jamieson shares a whole host of tips and tricks to make sure you are getting the most out of your workstation hardware.

    Biography: Rob has many years of experience in the CAD/Design and IT industry. From implementing 2D CAD solutions where the only line colour was green to working at a CAD software company where he demonstrated 3D solid modelling tools.
    In his current role at AMD he works with most of the major CAD/CAM/CAE software vendors to improve the 3D performance using hardware and gets a good view of all the major developments in both software and hardware and how they interact.

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  5. Talk: Good designers can create art from anything and often look for happy accidents in the organic realm to inspire them in their designs. So can CAD provide an organic playground in which one can delve into organic ideation in a more natural way and find those unexpected moments of inspiration. Yes it can. Modern tools provide a new canvass on which to throw your paint. Brad Peebler from Luxology (luxology.com) will share with you how some of the top designers today are using digital tools to recreate those organic moments of inspiration.

    Biography: Previously Brad was a co-founder of Luxology, the software company based in Mountain View, CA. that produce Modo and who also license rendering technology to the likes of DS SolidWorks and Bentley Systems.

    Serious about modelling and rendering Brad is extremely knowledgeable about all things 3D.

    Brad’s main thing is trying to establish better workflows into the 3D content creation process.

    He brings an interesting perspective to the conference as his experience and technology spans both the increasingly intersecting worlds of entertainment and CAD.

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