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Evaluating Your Additive Manufacturing Process

As a low-volume prototyping technology, AM or 3D printing proves itself to be almost unrivaled in the range of forms it can produce at a reasonable cost.

As AM strives to earn a place in the manufacturing floor, it must face questions about scalability, repeatability, reliability, and economics.

In this episode, DE asks the industry leaders:

  • Can you use AM to produce uniform parts in large volume at a reasonable cost?
  • Are the design and simulation software smart enough to detect and reduce problem-prone geometry from reaching the printer?
  • Is large-scale AM environmentally safe and sustainable?

We invite you to submit your own burning questions to the panelists. Help us stump them!

DATE: Thursday, April 11, 2019
TIME: 2:00 pm ET/ 11:00 am PT


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