Webinar: How to get started with Additive Manufacturing?


Wednesday, February 26, 2020


04:00 PM Europe/Paris

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Additive manufacturing technologies have stolen the spotlight in recent years, though, how easy is it to incorporate it in your projects? There is no doubt that the new, quick, and often low cost 3D printing techniques that have developed can often offer a great alternative to traditional manufacturing methods like injection molding and CNC machining. However, how can you get access to them? Where can you go to get your parts made?

In this webinar we talk with Benoit Schildknecht about Dassault Systemes' solution, 3DEXPERIENCE Make, an on demand manufacturing platform used by hundreds of organizations for producing parts. Jason Laing and Gavin Leggott, founders of Promake International, a UK based 3D Printing service bureau and user of 3DEXPERIENCE Make, will also be joining the conversation to share their experience with the platform. 


  1. 16:00 to 16:10: Introduction – Filippos Voulpiotis
  2. 16:10 to 16:30: Description of platform and live demo – Benoit Schildknecht
  3. 16:30 to 16:45: User case: Promake – Jason Laign and Gavin Leggott
  4. 16:45 to 17:00: Audience Q&A – All

    Mr Benoit Schildknecht

    Benoit Schildknecht, part of the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace team, is in charge of developing usage of the Marketplace. He has a long experience of marketplaces across the world, and is always using customer feedback to improve said platforms. “I hope we can meet during this webinar and discuss the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace and how we could help you meet more service providers easily in order to accelerate and improve your various projects or your design for additive manufacturing.

    Mr Jason Laing

    Jason Laing started his career as a manufacturing jeweller where he was exposed to additive manufacturing in 1996, when the technology was still at its very early stages. Having travelled and lived in over 72 countries working alongside additive manufacturing professionals Jason returned back to South Africa where he has collaborated with Maxillofacial surgeons pioneering new surgery processes. Since then Jason has moved to the UK and has set up offices there, now working with additive manufacturing processes that include Graphene and smart materials that link to artificial intelligence and machine learning for multiple industry sectors.

    Mr Gavin Leggott

    Gavin Leggott is one of the co founders of Promake International, with over 12 years of experience in additive manufacturing he has become an expert in 3D technologies, material science and manufacturing. Having started his career in additive manufacturing and 3D scanning in the early 2000s Gavin experienced firsthand the vast change in 3D printing, 4IR and manufacturing techniques over the years. Gavin headsup the South African and the rest of Africa region which runs parallel to the UK office and its technologies.

    Mr Filippos Voulpiotis

    Filippos leads the business side of 3Dnatives, the world’s largest international media on 3D printing. He comes from a business development and sales background. Following his “International Business and Economics” studies in the Netherlands and the UK, he worked in the UK where he developed and managed a team of 35. Filippos shifted his focus to new technologies and 3D printing in particular, joining 3Dnatives in 2018. Since then he has been working on the global development of the company, partnering with the biggest players in 3D printing all over the world.
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