Drive More Business with 3D Printing
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Sponsored by Braskem
Cutting Edge Trends that Produce
3D printing technologies: learn the latest trends and uses while uncovering some of the hidden ways 3D printing can help customers and drive more business to your company. What are the cutting-edge trends in the field? What do customers want and how can 3D printing meet needs more efficiently than traditional processing?
Other Topics to Cover:
• Sustainability – material blends (PP and carbon fiber, recycled content)
• Cost and efficiency
• Improving lives in time of COVID-19
Fabio Lamon, Global Innovation & Technology Manager for Additive Manufacturing / Braskem
Bio: Fabio has 20 years of experience in the chemical industry on processes, product technology and research & development, holds a bachelor degree in Materials Engineering and M.Sc in Materials Science and Engineering from the Federal University of São Carlos - UFSCar, and holds an International Executive MBA from Insper in São Paulo.
Jason Vagnozzi, Director of Ventures / Braskem
Bio: Jason has 18 years of diversified experience in polymers and chemicals business development, supply chain, product management, and digital innovation. Jason is currently leading the global commercial effort to launch Braskem’s newest product line of 3D printed materials. In collaboration with other industry leaders, such as EOS and Titan Robotics, Braskem has developed a unique line of polypropylene filaments, powders, and pellets that will be the foundation of Braskem’s 3D printing initiative.
Rahul Kasat, Partner and Chief Commercial Officer / Titan Robotics
Bio: Titan Robotics is a leading Industrial 3D printing solution provider based in Colorado Springs, USA. Titan's customer base includes several small to Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries (aerospace, automotive, footwear, consumer, foundry, defense etc) across the globe. Rahul is responsible for sales, finance and accounting, legal, supply chain and strategic partnerships. Before joining Titan, Rahul worked for DuPont (Fortune 500 Company) for about 10 years. In his last role at DuPont, Rahul led a cross-functional team to establish a global 3d printing materials business. Rahul held a variety of roles across multiple functions - marketing, new business development, M&A, strategy, operations and R&D during his tenure at DuPont. Rahul received his MBA in general management from Drexel University and PhD in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University. Rahul serves on several Industrial Advisory Boards.