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How to Convince Management to Adopt 3D Printing

Regardless of your role within the business, you need to take a pragmatic approach when investing in 3D printing technology – one that is based on clear time- and cost-saving opportunities.

3D Printing's Competitive Advantage

You know that 3D printing makes sense. It enables you to rapidly prototype and validate designs, and to take full control of your workflow. But perhaps your boss, a budget holder, or key decision-maker isn’t on the same page as you.

To present the case for 3D printing, there are few things more powerful than stating in quantified terms what 3D printing can offer, and what could be lost were the option neglected.

That’s why we’ve written this guide: to help you present a convincing case for 3D printing, and to persuade your boss to adopt in-house 3D printing as part of your design and production workflow.

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