Moldmaking is the opposite of 3D printing when it comes to producing a run of parts. The former requires many design rules, a significant monetary investment, and is geared to produce thousands of parts, because costs decrease as volume rises. The latter has few rules, is much less expensive, and is traditionally meant to make only a few parts, with costs staying constant no matter the volume of parts produced. Watch now if you want more information on:
How these two processes can be combined to speed up prototyping, save money, and help bring products to market faster
Advantages and disadvantages of current mold production techniques
What you will learn
Interested in learning more about how to make molds using 3D printing? Watch now to learn:
The basics of mold design and how they apply to 3D printed molds
Real-world examples of prototype molding and 3D printed molds in production
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