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Live Webinar - Dustless Tech Deploys Adaptive3D Photoelastomers to 3D Print Powertool Attachments

March 23, 2021 at 2 p.m. Eastern

Published: Monday, March 15, 2021 - 14:37

(Adaptive 3D: Plano, TX) -- Long costly development cycles, "boat-loads" of over-seas inventory, and generic injection molded designs were the challenges facing Dustless Technologies.

Additive manufacturing offered a roadmap, but materials properties were weak and production throughputs were low causing high cost. Adaptive3D's Elastic ToughRubber provided the materials properties to withstand construction environments in hot and cold temperatures. Top-down DLP printing delivered the throughput speeds and low cost of production for a product ready to go to market.

In this webinar Dustless Technologies CEO Spencer Loveless and Adaptive3D CEO Walter Voit, PhD describe this innovative product and how Additive Manufacturing of photoelastomers delivers a competitive advantage.

About the Speakers:

Walter E. VoitWalter E. Voit, Ph.D. - Founder | President | CEO - Adaptive3D. Walter Everett Voit is a Dallas-based entrepreneur at the head of Adaptive3D. Voit is a technical founder and leader, having joined the company full time (May 2017) after receiving tenure from UT Dallas in the Materials Science and Engineering Department.

Dr. Voit is on the Executive Committee and the Science and Technology Chair of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards through the National Institute of Standards and Technology and an International Atomic Energy Agency consultant in the field of radiation crosslinked shape memory polymers.

Voit is a DARPA Young Faculty Awardee and DARPA Director’s Fellow and works closely with industry including Texas Instruments, GlaxoSmithKline, Halliburton and Honeywell. Voit has authored more than 75 manuscripts and book chapters, is inventor on multiple patents and enjoys basketball, soccer, snowboarding, rafting, hiking, reading, parenting and travelling.

Spencer LovelessSpencer Loveless is the 2nd generation CEO of Dustless Technologies and Founder/ CEO of Merit3D. He is an entrepreneur at heart growing businesses in rural Utah. Loveless joined the company full time after he graduated from Utah Valley State University.
Spencer graduated from UVU with a degree in Technology Management and Aviation. He received his commercial pilots license and loved flying. His father was flying solo one day home from a trade show and passed away in a tragic accident. Spencer says he will pick up flying again when the time is right.

Loveless lives in Price, UT with his wife and 5 energetic boys. They love traveling around enjoying the beautiful state of Utah. Weekends are usually made up of riding mountain bikes, motorcycles, boating, hiking, traveling or working in the yard.

Register now. PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants who attend the full live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 48 hours after completion.

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