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Top Challenges to Widespread 3D Printing Adoption

Oct. 12, 2015
Sponsored by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing
3D printing’s technical advantages - design freedom, part consolidation, just-in-time inventory - are endless. However, companies struggle to incorporate the technology into manufacturing operations. What challenges are holding additive manufacturing back from widespread adoption? Stratasys Direct Manufacturing details the answers in this report of 700 professional users. If you aren’t in 3D printing yet, the results may serve as a wake-up call to take action.

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