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Published By: ASME - Protolabs     Published Date: Aug 28, 2019
Over the past three decades, 3D printing has developed a reputation as an essential manufacturing process for prototype parts. Create a CAD model of your design, send it to your company’s printer, and a 3D replica will be ready in hours. Yet these parts are often little more than conceptual show-and-tell models, not durable enough for long-term use, and in some cases prone to degradation by sunlight. The winds of manufacturing are beginning to shift, however, and industrial-grade 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is now encroaching on machining, injection molding, and other conventional manufacturing processes. This white paper explores the new and existing technology leaders in this area, and assesses the capabilities of production for each 3D printing process. Download your copy today!
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Published By: ASME - Formlabs     Published Date: Aug 28, 2019
Rapid prototyping helps companies turn ideas into realistic proofs of concept, advances these concepts to high-fidelity prototypes that look and work like final products, and guides products through a series of validation stages toward mass production. With rapid prototyping, designers and engineers can create prototypes directly from CAD data faster than ever before, and execute quick and frequent revisions of their designs based on real-world testing and feedback. Download this white paper to learn: How rapid prototyping fits into the product design process The applications of rapid prototyping from concept models to manufacturing An overview and comparison of 3D printing technologies for rapid prototyping: FDM vs. SLA vs. SLS
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Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
3D printing enables designers to experiment with new ideas and numerous design iterations, while minimizing cost and time in the development process. Additionally, the models created from 3D printers allow designers to better collaborate in the design process by improving communication.
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3d printing, product design, plm, product lifecycle, dimension, product planning
    
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Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
3D printing eliminates the need for third-party vendors, saving money and adding time to explore multiple design iterations. Read more about the benefits of 3D printing for your design process in this white paper.
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product design, dimension, productivity, spend management, product lifecycle management, scm, supply chain, design
    
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Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
Companies who use 3D printing in the design process have a distinct competitive advantage due to its speed and ability to facilitate design communication and concurrent engineering throughout an organization.
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Published By: HP Inc.     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
Read how HP puts HP Multi Jet Fusion Technology into practice to reinvent their own business. HP knows a powerful technology when it sees one. In this case study, read how HP engineers used the HP Jet Fusion 3D printing solution to cut the cost of producing parts for its own large-format printers while accelerating production and improving part quality.
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Published By: HP Inc.     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
Jabil makes a jump forward with HP 3D printing. As one of the world’s most technically advanced manufacturing solution providers, Jabil keeps a lookout for a competitive edge. Find out how Jabil is making a difference in production speed, quality, and cost-efficiency with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology.
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Published By: ExpertVoice     Published Date: Jun 17, 2019
I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but people keep talking about how we’re in the midst of a retail apocalypse. It’s this thing where lots of brick-and-mortar locations close down, and even entire companies go out of business. There’s quite a bit of blame to go around: The Great Recession, and Amazon, and private equity, and shifting consumer spending behaviors. In spite of the doomsday headlines, some brands continue to succeed, and a lot of those brands seem to be focusing on one thing: the customer experience. A good retail experience for a customer can be as complicated as incorporating innovative technology like 3D printing to create a clothing item on-demand, or as simple as focusing on the store employees. Unfortunately, a lot of brands and retailers overlook the latter. In fact, according to this recent panel surveying retail employees, only 35% of retail employees feel as though training is effective. That’s a scary number for both retailers and brands, because without a well train
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