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Composite 3D Printing: A High Strength Solution for Anything from Prototypes to Fixtures

Oct. 13, 2017
Sponsored by Markforged
The use of a desktop composite 3D printer has given their engineers more agility in prototyping new concepts in real world environments. Even machinists on their manufacturing floor can make their own manufacturing jigs, multitasking in parallel with production work. 3D printing requires no CAM—the parts are simply printed, often while the machinist is doing other work. Download this white paper to learn how 3D printing can help you print anything from prototypes to fixtures. 

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