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Optimizing Component Design for Metal 3D Printing

Optimizing Component Design for Metal 3D Printing

In this Optimizing Component Design for Metal 3D Printing webinar, we move into the manufacturing phase, with a new bracket design created in the previous webinar. It can be extremely expensive to build durable end-use parts in low volumes with traditional manufacturing methods because time spent on tooling, fixturing, and programming the part cannot be shared across a production run. 

 

With additive manufacturing, parts can be printed with almost no setup costs or special tooling. Durable plastics, composites, and even metal parts can be printed using Markforged 3D Printers that won’t break the bank. 

 

See what kinds of considerations are required to print metal parts, including:

    • Design Considerations for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
    • Splitting parts for size or ease of printing
    • Configure print settings and send to the 3D printer
    • Drilling and tapping metal prints
    • Welding/brazing printed metal parts

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