Bridge production is faster than traditional manufacturing methods and is useful for products where the volumes are low or the design may need to change.
3D printing has transformed how companies design and develop products, but its impact on production is almost as large. From jigs and fixtures to bridge production and mass-customization applications, networks of small, precise 3D printers are finding a place alongside conventional manufacturing equipment like injection molding.
What you will learn
How to de-risk high volume molding using bridge production
When to make the switch from 3D printing to mid vol casting to injection molding
How to leverage the unique benefits of 3D printing materials in manufacturing
Design considerations for urethane casting
Questions? Contact us to learn more or to speak to a 3D printing specialist.
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