Can 3D printing ever substitute for your machined metal parts?

July 12, 2017
Sponsored by MarkForged

Manufacturers and engineers need to create durable, real working prototypes. Traditional methods for creating prototypes can cost time and money. Using 3D Printing allows for efficient, precise, and, most importantly, strong parts.

Do you know whether 3D printing can ever substitute for your machined metal parts? Test your knowledge by taking the quiz and be entered to win one of two $50 Amazon gift cards!

Sponsored Recommendations

The entire spectrum of drive technology

June 5, 2024
Read exciting stories about all aspects of maxon drive technology in our magazine.

MONITORING RELAYS — TYPES AND APPLICATIONS

May 15, 2024
Production equipment is expensive and needs to be protected against input abnormalities such as voltage, current, frequency, and phase to stay online and in operation for the ...

Solenoid Valve Mechanics: Understanding Force Balance Equations

May 13, 2024
When evaluating a solenoid valve for a particular application, it is important to ensure that the valve can both remain in state and transition between its de-energized and fully...

Solenoid Valve Basics: What They Are, What They Do, and How They Work

May 13, 2024
A solenoid valve is an electromechanical device used to control the flow of a liquid or gas. It is comprised of two features: a solenoid and a valve. The solenoid is an electric...

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Machine Design, create an account today!