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  • 3D printing has arrived: it is currently being used by manufacturers across industries and sizes to deliver not just prototypes, but working parts that are being used in critical functions in industries ranging from aerospace to medical devices. BMW has used 3D printing to reduce the weight of assembly-line tools by 72% with sparse-fill build techniques, reducing worker fatigue and injuries. Mid-sized manufacturer Whale now produces metal injection molding parts overnight compared to the four to five weeks it used to take (and has shortened its R&D process 35%).

    Download this 6-page white paper to answer critical questions about how you can cut long delivery times, reduce shipping and logistics expenses, innovate faster, reduce inventory and waste, improve quality and more.

    This white paper provides critical guidance on these critical questions:

    ● What size production runs are appropriate for 3D printing?
    ● Should you buy or outsource 3D printing capabilities?
    ● How 3D printing can be used to customize parts?
    ● How companies are now saving 70-90% by producing their own tools, jigs and fixtures.
    ● and more

    Complete this form and gain immediate access to:

    Revolutionizing Manufacturing with 3D Printing: An Introduction


    We respect your privacy: Your contact information will be provided only to white paper author, Stratasys, a NASDAQ-listed company with 500 additive manufacturing patents granted or pending.
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