Metal 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing

Posted by 3DEO on Oct 25, 2018 11:00:00 AM

3DEO in the News: 5 Steps to Move 3D Printing Processes from Prototyping to Production

Advances in 3D printing could make medtech mass customization a reality. Matt Sand, president of 3DEO, will discuss the role of 3D printing in medtech in the MD&M Minneapolis session, “3D Printing: The Journey from Prototyping to Production to Metal 3DP.” His October 31 talk will include five tips for moving from prototyping to production.

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Topics: Prototype to Production, medical device, News, Metal 3D Printing

Posted by 3DEO on Aug 9, 2018 4:28:08 PM

Prototype to Production: Metal Additive Manufacturing Will Drastically Reduce Time & Cost of New Product Development

Product development can be a lengthy, complicated process with a broad spectrum of outcomes. According to Engineering.com, “Taking a product from concept to reality is an intricate, expensive and time-consuming process. It’s not easy and there is a high degree of risk involved.”

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Topics: Prototype to Production, Metal 3D Printing, additive manufacturing, metal am

Posted by 3DEO on Jul 12, 2018 8:47:19 PM

Success Stories in Production Metal 3D Printing

These five applications are proving that metal AM has a place in high volume production—and they’re just the tip of the iceberg.

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Topics: Prototype to Production, additive manufacturing, Manufacturing

Posted by 3DEO on May 8, 2018 2:57:09 PM

Iterate Faster and Lower Your Project Risk with Metal 3D Printing

There’s a growing push among manufacturers towards integrating metal 3D printing into product development. Here’s why:

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Topics: Prototype to Production, Faster Development Cycles

Posted by 3DEO on Jul 25, 2017 6:29:58 PM

3DEO in the News: Valve Magazine

As new products are designed, including valve bodies and the parts that comprise the finished valve, prototypes must be created. How that is achieved is what makes the difference in how long it takes to get development done and the product to market.

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Topics: News, Prototype to Production, additive manufacturing, Metal 3D Printing