Your additive manufacturing 2.0 journey in F&B starts now

Additive Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is going through its biggest change in over a hundred years, fuelled by supply chain challenges, shifts in customer demands and rising costs, forcing manufacturers to explore radically new ways of creating and capturing value.

The future of making involves the ability to respond quickly leveraging digital inventories, reducing costs and lead times while adding more customer value through customisation.

Markforged’s live stream on additive manufacturing in the food, beverage, and packaging sector will be held on September 28, 2022, at 1 pm Sydney, 11 am Perth and 3 pm Auckland times.

Register for the live stream using this link

Hear from Mark Emmett, CEO at HMPS and Propac Industrial, a local manufacturer employing 70 staff and providing innovative automation solutions in food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care and white goods, on how to leverage additive manufacturing in food, beverage, packing and see the biggest, fastest, and most sophisticated 3D printer Markforged has ever built.

The FX20 is capable of printing high-temperature thermoplastic parts with continuous carbon fibre for high-strength parts at the click of a button. And it delivers improved performance and consistency to unlock the most demanding manufacturing and end-use applications.

Talk with experts and get answers to all of your questions about industry challenges and Markforged’s next-generation platform: The FX20.

Join this Makers Livestream to learn:

  • How to build an Additive 2.0 Strategy in F&B.
  • Discover how local manufacturers are leveraging additive manufacturing to build a robust supply chain
  • How the food, beverage and packaging industries overcome supply chain challenges with MRO + AM
  • Make spare parts with a click of a button
  • 2022 F&B manufacturing trends and how these impact your business
  • How moving from traditional manufacturing to AM helps reduce costs
  • Detailed 3D printing Applications for F&B and Packaging
  • Why bigger, stronger, faster is important for the F&B Industry

About Markforged

Markforged was founded in 2013 on the belief that additive manufacturing can transform how entire industries operate. Their platform, The Digital Forge, continues to make that possible. The Digital Forge is cloud-based, AI-powered, and always improving. It combines software, 3D printers, and materials to be seamlessly connected. This empowers engineers and designers to go from design to fully functional industrial parts more efficiently.

Markforged’s mission is to reinvent manufacturing today so you can build anything you imagine tomorrow.

About the Speakers

Mark Emmett, CEO, HMPS and Propac Industrial

Mark leads both businesses which design and build packaging machinery for customers in a variety of industries – food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care and most recently white goods. Both pride themselves on local manufacture providing customers with innovative automation solutions to every day packaging problems. Their designs are flexible to ensure it can adapt to the changing needs of their customers. Operating for more than twenty-five years and employ 70 staff.

Richard Elving, Senior Director, Asia-Pacific

Richard leads Markforged business in South Asia-Pacific, he has over 15 years of hands-on experience of sales leadership and business management, from the manufacturing industry, working with over 5000 manufacturers to date.

Abhishek Malik, Applications Engineer, ANZ

Abhishek leads the Applications Engineering team in Australia & New Zealand, a mechanical engineer with a passion for innovation, sustainability and a wealth of hands-on knowledge in additive manufacturing.

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