No doubt you have seen the growth and interest of 3D Printing and additive manufacturing over the recent years, especially as the capabilities of the technology permit not only prototypes to be created but fully functioning metal and ceramic parts and assemblies. This manufacturing method coming to the forefront has the capability to radically change the way production is done, especially for products that have low volumes or more importantly high degrees of configuration options. The ability to take a base assembly and allow for dynamic changes to be made to the unit to exactly meet the customer’s demands will bring the most value to the technology and yield the largest revenue and financial outcome.
So let’s take a look at what we shall call the trifecta of digital manufacturing. Starting with . . .Read More