3D Printing Webinar on Concept, Design & Production for Wildlife Conservation Challenge

Kashmir Robotics, Autodesk Fusion 360 and Solid Concepts to present on 3D Printing, 3D modeling and the future of unmanned aircraft in two-part webinar series.

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(PRWEB) February 04, 2014

Kashmir Robotics, Autodesk Fusion 360 and Solid Concepts have teamed up to present a free 2-part webinar which will explore how 3D Printing has been implemented into the execution of UAV production, and what that means for future UAVs.

On February 6th and 20th at 1:30PM EST, join Autodesk Fusion and Solid Concepts for an in-depth discussion on:

  •     Additive manufacturing and 3D Printing
  •     The resources available to participants in the UAV challenge (and how to receive those resources)
  •     The historical uses of 3D Printing in drone technology, from conceptual and functional design
  •     Workflows and best practices to prepare 3D models for fabrication
  •     3D Printing materials and their strengths and weaknesses

While focused on instructing and challenging the Wildlife Conservation Challenge’s 100+ teams, the webinar is an excellent resource for anyone in the engineering, design or production industry with regards to aerospace, UAVs and how additive manufacturing has been integrated into countless aerospace programs. Sign up for the free webinar here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/419597457.

The mission of the Wildlife Conservation Challenge is to “foster innovation and invention in the design, fabrication and utilization of unmanned aircraft to assist with counter poaching and illicit wildlife trafficking." For more information on the challenges faced by participants and the technologies they seek to evolve, check out this interview with Robotics Tomorrow http://www.roboticstomorrow.com/emagazine/2013/12/using-drones-to-prevent-animal-poaching/1923.

Sign up for the free webinar here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/419597457.

Learn more about the vision of the Wildlife Conservation Challenge and how you can participate in protecting animals from poaching http://wcuavc.com/.

Solid Concepts’ recent work on unmanned vehicles can be read about here: http://blog.solidconcepts.com/industry-highlights/low-cost-test-platform-uav-holy-grail-future-aircraft/.

About Kashmir Robotics & the Al-Kareem Foundation (AFK)
Al-Kareem Foundation (AFK) generates innovative science and technology solutions to combat poaching and wildlife trafficking. Kashmir-Robotics (K-bot), a technology division of AFK, is hosting the international Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge (wcUAVc), fostering innovation and invention in the design, fabrication, and utilization of unmanned aircraft to counter poaching and illicit wildlife trafficking. AFK was founded in 2008 to improve the lives of people and animals worldwide by creating healthy habitats for humans and wildlife, providing food, clean water, energy and security with an emphasis on the importance of education, vocational training, job creation programs and endangered species protection.

About Autodesk Fusion 360
Autodesk is a leading software provider changing the way the world is designed and made. To learn more about Fusion 360, visit http://fusion360.autodesk.com/about.

About Solid Concepts
Solid Concepts Inc. provides custom manufacturing solutions via additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, CNC machining, cast urethanes, injection molding and tooling. Since 1991, Solid Concepts has provided engineering expertise from multiple fields to bring success to new products in the aerospace, medical, consumer product industries and more. Capabilities in PolyJet, Stereolithography (SLA), Plastic and Metal Laser Sintering (SLS & DMLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), QuantumCast™ Cast Urethanes, CNC, Tooling and Injection Molding allow for low to high volume production of plastics, urethanes, and metals directly from design data, resulting in significant time and cost savings. ISO 9001 and AS9100 certifications.


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