If you missed this webinar, you can watch it here: 3D Printing for High Volume Production
Like all manufacturing methods, there are advantages and disadvantages to every process. The key is finding the right solution for your products that minimizes the tradeoffs you face throughout development and into scale. Watch 3DEO’s Product Engineering Manager, Doug Partridge, as he takes you through the key differentiators of moving to production in 3D printing. He explores how adopting an additive manufacturing approach to your production strategy – whether as the sole manufacturing method or a complement to traditional manufacturing – enables you to bring a premium, cutting-edge product to market.
What You’ll Learn:
- The advantages and complications of high volume production in additive manufacturing
- A side-by-side comparison of the setup process for 3D printing and traditional manufacturing methods
- Design and development tips to optimize your designs for 3D printing
- Steps and considerations to start incorporating 3D printing into your product strategy
Doug Partridge, 3DEO Product Engineering Manager
Doug is a Purdue University graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering. At 3DEO, Doug is responsible for facilitating the smooth transition of all new customer products from the first article stage to mid scale additive production.