The simplicity and resource efficiency of 3D printing radically changes the justification process for developing tooling aids. With additive manufacturing, these tools can be customized and produced much more quickly and cost-effectively compared with traditional machining, providing a positive ROI.
In this white paper, you’ll learn:
- Which questions to ask to evaluate your tooling needs
- How to implement a 3D printing approach
- How 3D printing removes design-for-manufacturability constraints
“It is so much easier for me to model a fixture and print it myself than it is to design it and work through an outside machine shop.”- Natalie Williams, quality manager,Thogus Products