THE FUTURE OF 3D PRINTING - Designing For Additive Manufacturing Technologies
New methods need new design considerations
Distortions. Warping. Breaking. When these problems occur during the additive manufacturing (AM) process, it’s often because designs aren’t properly accounting for the special requirements of AM techniques. Today, as AM becomes a more common manufacturing process, designers and engineers need to be sure their designs are up to snuff. Read on in The Future of 3D Printing, to discover tips and tricks that will ensure your designs are ready for manufacture.
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