AM 2.0: Moving Metal and Polymer 3DP from Prototyping to Mass Production
Date: November 24th, 2021
Time: 1 PM ET (Eastern Time)
Hosted by: Desktop Metal
Recent advances in additive manufacturing have made mass production a reality for a broad range of industries and applications. With part costs, build speeds, accuracy, surface finish and material properties finally rivaling conventional manufacturing methods, 3D-printed metals and photopolymers are disrupting traditional manufacturing of end-use parts.
Additive manufacturing is ushering in a new era of mass-customized products that are lighter, greener, featuring new levels of complexity – built without tooling, and an inventory of one.
Join this webinar to learn just how additive manufacturing compares to traditional manufacturing methods, with a deep dive into key applications and scenarios, part economics, and process capabilities.
In this webinar, we will:
- Explore the business case vs. conventional manufacturing methods
- Explore key applications and business use cases
- Review process capabilities and mass production best practices