The Integration of AI & Vision Technologies

October 20, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET | USA (United States of America)

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One of the fastest growing technologies in vision is 3D imaging.  With very broad use cases in industrial, commercial, and consumer imaging, 3D components are in high demand and vendors continue to advance capabilities.  This webinar will discuss the most recent applications being enabled with 3D, covering various vertical markets and including 3D as an enabling technology for robotics and other automation purposes.
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Connex 3D Printing advanced additive manufacturing as the first PolyJet™ technology to offer multi-material 3D printing. The Connex3™ 3D Printer, now an industry standard in high-precision, multi-material 3D printing, offers a range of capabilities, from rigid plastic to rubber-like to transparent, giving engineers the ability to print smooth and strong composite materials thanks to Digital ABS Plus. Connex3 combines three base materials and offers an expansive material selection and rich, vibrant colors. Connex3 technology is available in three build tray sizes and supports any three materials from the five base colors — white, black, cyan, magenta and yellow — as well as hundreds of Digital Material™ combinations. The striking blended color palettes and versatile material combinations make it possible to print realistic prototypes with speed and accuracy. Connex3 3D printed parts perform well both visually and functionally. The product realism and enhanced functionality bring complex parts to life, satisfying the artist, designer, engineer and product manager. Manufacturing engineers are pleased with Connex3’s rugged Digital ABS Plus output for areas like injection molding and functional parts. And thanks to its superior versatility, Connex3 is the technology for end-to-end prototyping needs for every stage of product development.

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