Sculpteo recently released their annual survey report, The State of 3D Printing: 2019, which revealed insight on the main uses, challenges, and predictions for the industry. The survey asked industry insiders about a variety of topics related to 3D printing. Perhaps the most important question was tucked into the middle of the survey: What are the top challenges for using 3D printers?
Every month, 3DEO hosts a monthly webinar sharing industry knowledge on all things metal additive manufacturing. Whether you are just getting started with 3D printing or are an expert, learn more about 3DEO from our webinar series.
If you missed Marty's webinar, you can access the recording here: From Powder to Product: Quality in Additive Manufacturing.
In case you missed 3DEO's second LIVE webinar, you can watch it or forward it to your colleagues with this link: The True Economics of Metal AM: What You Need To Know To Succeed
Topics: Metal 3D Printing
3DEO uses its patented Intelligent Layering® metal 3D printing technology to supply small, complex stainless steel components to customers in the medical, defense, aerospace, and industrial equipment markets. Parallel to its production business, 3DEO also operates an R&D center.
I also stopped by the booth of metal AM company 3DEO, which is located in California and, as company president Matt Sand told me in an email ahead of RAPID, “invented a VERY unique high-volume production metal 3D printing technology that overcomes many of the technology limitations of binder jetting and laser sintering.”