Webinar: How to
Leverage 3D Printing
for End-Use Parts

September 2015

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3D printing is not just for rapid prototyping any longer. Improvements in additive materials and technologies have resulted in companies turning to 3D printing to build more and more end-use parts for applications across industries including automotive, aerospace, industrial, and medical. Challenges for widespread usage of additive technology for functional parts still remain.

In this webinar, Prof. Christopher B. Williams of Virginia Tech and John Dobstetter of Stratasys, discussed how operations, production, and manufacturing engineers can mitigate those challenges and leverage 3D printing for manufacturing end-use parts.

Learn more about the issues and challenges associated with every step of the additive manufacturing lifecycle at AM3D Conference and Expo.

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