For the past 30 years, 3D printing has been an R&D staple for design review, prototyping, and one off or bridge manufacturing.
New marketplace demands are pushing manufacturers to increase speed and agility. New business models require a rapid response to consumer demand and rapid design iteration.
Fortunately for manufacturers facing these pressures, 3D printing technologies have advanced in capability and now today, 3D printing is joining the factory floor and can be part of manufacturing final products in production volumes.
Download our Executive Brief now and discover why 3D Systems calls this revolution the Digital Factory, and how you can benefit from the four key criteria for factory-grade production:
- Part repeatability
- 24/7 productivity
- Lower total cost of manufacturing