Webinar: Choosing Between 3D Printing Processes for Plastic Parts
Learn the strengths of different 3D printing methods in a free webinar taking place May 23.
There are myriad industrial 3D printing processes for plastics, but they are not all equal to each other. Quick-turn manufacturer Proto Labs argues that an understanding of 3D printing processes and materials helps to minimize risks and questions during the early stages of product development and prototyping.
A free webinar to be presented by Eric Utley, applications engineer at Proto Labs, will cover multiple 3D printing methods, including their available materials and key design considerations. The webinar takes place May 23 at 2 p.m. EST. Register here.
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