The dynamic 3D-printing landscape is a challenge to navigate for industry experts, and even more so for those who are not aware of the capabilities, limitations, and idiosyncrasies of the different technologies. Further adding complexity, 3D-printing processes don’t always translate comparably with conventional manufacturing technology, even when the material output is virtually the same. This is typically due to ...
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