Built-Rite Saves Big on Quick-Turn Mold Applications with Metal 3D Printing: Injection molding firm takes advantage of Desktop Metal technology

By: February 28 2018
Tags & Topics: 3D Printing

Built-Rite Saves Big on Quick-Turn Mold Applications with Metal 3D Printing

Manufacturing


 

Built-Rite Tool & Die is an injection molding firm based in Massachusetts that specializes in mold-making and design. To combat design challenges with injection mold manufacturing such as high tooling costs and extended production times, Built-Rite turned to the Studio System for metal 3D printing from Desktop Metal. Implementing the office-friendly system enabled the firm to improve operations and evaluate part performance that resulted in cost-per-part savings of 90%, 30% shorter lead times and an overall part weight reduction of 41%.

 

 

View the full case study below to see how you can utilize Desktop Metal’s latest 3D printing innovation to refashion your injection molding process.

 

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