White Paper - Learn how connectors and cables are now being used in 3D Printers
Experience our whitepaper on 3D printer design, featuring discrete wire, FPC/FFC connection and ribbon cables and learn how these products and more can take your 3D print design to new levels.
Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is decades old but the industry today is quite challenging. 3D printing enables rapid prototyping, quick-turn designs, and the ability to quickly scale in industrial, consumer, and high-risk markets. The industry enables what was only dreamed of years ago.
Get an inside look at a printer and all the parts that help it maintain functionality. We will focus on answers to questions such as how to make the most sufficient design for a particular end product, and how to move from power to the control to subsystems. How are all these subsystems synched together? How does the printer interact with the user — is it through a touchscreen, switches, or other inputs? How does it interact with the outside world — through Wi-Fi connectivity?
The subject device of the teardown is a consumer desktop 3D printer broken into five main categories:
- Power supply
- Main control board
- Print head carriage
- X, Y, Z access control
- Print stage
We invite you to join our on-demand webinar and learn how cable and connector systems can enable 3D printing, as we dive into solutions that can enable your 3D printer designs.
Global Product Manager,
Data & Devices Business Unit,
One of the key focuses of the webinar will be the design challenges associated with this growing trend and how discrete wire solutions can help. Additionally, experts will review unique cable routing solutions as well as new, innovative products that can provide space savings and optimize product design.
Design engineers in the communications, computers, consumer product manufacturing, electronics, industrial and information technology & data center markets will benefit from attending and engaging with product specialists in this presentation.