3D Printing on the Shop Floor: Finding 5 Opportunities for Additive

In this webinar, we’ll explore five ways manufacturers and machine shops across industries are finding opportunities to increase operational efficiency and reduce the costs of outsourcing parts like jigs, fixtures, and tooling, and how any company can easily get started. What You’ll Learn: An overview of opportunities for 3D printing in production, from prototyping to end-use parts Examples of impacts on real production workflows, from shortening feedback loops to reducing lead times by 90% Strategies for implementing additive in your shop or floor today

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While polymer-based 3D printers may not be the first thing that comes to mind when determining where to invest next, falling machine costs and improved material properties are leading more and more metal fabricators to integrate technologies like desktop stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing into their prototyping and production environments.

In this webinar, we’ll explore five ways manufacturers and machine shops across industries are finding opportunities to increase operational efficiency and reduce the costs of outsourcing parts like jigs, fixtures, and tooling, and how any company can easily get started.

What You’ll Learn:

  • An overview of opportunities for 3D printing in production, from prototyping to end-use parts
  • Examples of impacts on real production workflows, from shortening feedback loops to reducing lead times by 90%
  • Strategies for implementing additive in your shop or floor today
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