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Buyer’s Guide to 3D Printing for Manufacturing

The guide will concentrate on printers and printing technologies best suited for manufacturing applications. There are several options for printers and materials that offer the strength and chemical resistance necessary for manufacturing environments. The primary uses for 3D printed parts for manufacturing are prototyping, tooling and fixtures, and low-volume end-use parts.

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An increased share of the value of the product moves back to the design phase. Modern design engineers can enjoy greater design freedom and create intricate and complex geometries that break through traditional parameters. It’s now easier than ever to create sophisticated products and functional parts without expensive or complicated processes.

Why CAD Micro?

CAD MicroSolutions is uniquely positioned to support our clients across Canada. Our team is dedicated to helping our customers ensure they are realizing the greatest value from their technology investment.

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