Azul 3D (www.azul3d.com) is developing technology for making large prints from liquid resin at high speed. Their proprietary technology, called HARP (High Area Rapid Printing), uses a mobile liquid layer between the resin and light source to avoid the rate-limiting peel step that can make resin printing slow. We are excited that James Hedrick, co-founder and head of business development at Azul, will be joining us to give us a peek at their systems and progress, and talk about their beta user program.
As always, join us to talk about projects you are doing, or bring your questions about 3D printing. Your hosts, Joan and Rich (aka Whosawhatsis), teach people how to use 3D printing through their LinkedIn Learning courses, books, and more (you can see details at nonscriptum.com) and will chime in with ideas and interesting things they have seen lately.
To get a link you will need to register. We will close registration and send out the Zoom link to people who RSVP for the event a few hours ahead of time. This is a shared event with 3D Printing LA; please RSVP on one group or the other, but not both.
- Wednesday — May 26, 2021
7:00PM - 8:00PM
Pasadena 3D Printing Meetup
Pasadena 3D Printing Meetup is designed to let people of all abilities mingle, chat, and compare notes on 3D printing.