- Tooling (Tools, Jigs & Fixtures)
- Rapid Prototyping
- Mass Customisation
- End-use parts
- Injection Moulding Moulds
Engineering & Manufacturing
3D printing is not just for producing jigs, tools and bespoke items in industry, it can also remove the need for outsourcing during product development and allows for designs to be tested, amended and re-tested within days rather than weeks.
This turnaround time allows for customisation of products, if desired, and the materials available can produce parts stronger than machined aluminium with a finish suitable for final, end-use purposes. It helps to reduce the product life cycle from development to end use and legacy parts
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Case Study: How Volkswagen Autoeuropa Uses 3D Printing to Manufacture Custom Tools and PrototypesSEE MORE
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Modern Manufacturing for a Constantly Changing World with MLC CAD Systems
Lean Machine x Markforged Case Study
Caldwell x Markforged Case Study
Essentium Guide to 3D Printing Jigs and Fixtures
Virtual Factory Tour with Markforged Customer BlueZone
Ashley Furniture: From One Idea to 700 3D Printed Parts in the Factory
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