The Economics of 3D Printing

Oct. 13, 2017
Sponsored by Markforged
3D printing is advancing into the realm of production—both in terms of workholding to assist in machining operations and in custom end-use parts. In production and manufacturing, productivity is directly tied to revenue and performance. While the value of a printer may not seem apparent at first, executing the calculations will tell a different story. Use this white paper to calculate the ROI of a 3D printer.

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