Using Desktop 3D Printing to Get More Out of CNC Machines (.PDF Download)

The CNC mill is the foundation of most modern machine shops, and it’s usually the tool with the most demands competing for its time. This means making tough choices when small-volume parts are needed. One-off jobs like fixtures and workholding often take the mill out of production for revenue-generating parts.

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