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3D Printing Jigs & Fixtures for the Production Floor

Nov. 6, 2017
Sponsored by Stratasys Direct
3D printed jigs and fixtures open up new possibilities on manufacturing-floor productivity. 3D printing processes are easy to implement and offer a wide variety of materials to support a part’s requirements, while eliminating cost, lead time and design barriers to adopting manufacturing aids on the shop floor. With fast and nearly labor-free production that doesn’t require the overhead of highly skilled CAM programmers and machinists, 3D printing provides a simple yet powerful solution to produce manufacturing aids for your business.

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