At first glance, 3D printing is a broad, horizontal technology. But each industry has unique requirements. Sometimes a company turns a specialized technique into a large niche market.
Last year, the 3D printing experts signaled an increase in their business for end-part production. At the end of this year, they are sharing more DDM (direct digital manufacturing) customer success stories.
Combining new CAD design algorithms with advances in 3D printing create unique, strong, light-weight designs.
At Formnext 2015 EOS presented the new EOS M 100 3D printer. It enables customers to enter into direct metal 3D printing with an affordable investment.
EOS in Germany has teamed up with a German partner to monitor quality during the build process which reduces production risks and improves quality processes.
As 3D printing technology advances, it supports more designers and engineers at more points in their projects. The 2015 Paris 3D Print Show delivered that image - literally from art to part.
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