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DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURABILITY EBOOK - DESIGN RESOURCES TO SUPPORT YOUR PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING PROJECTS
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After analyzing 100+ 3D printing use cases, it’s clear there’s a strong movement towards additive. Read the report to meet the manufacturers capitalizing on 3D printing today, and find out how they are transforming their design and production workflows.
Xcentric has been a leader in rapid plastic injection molding for over 23 years. We have leveraged our experience and expertise to create several design resources to support designers and engineers working on plastic injection molding projects. Complete the form to access: Design for Manufacturability eBook, Injection Molding Design Best Practices, Mold Flow Analysis Guide, Material Selection Guide,Injection Molding Part Design Guide.
3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is an umbrella term for manufacturing technologies that can generate parts by growing them out of base material. This differs from subtractive manufacturing, such as CNC machining, where a bulk material is reduced to its final shape through cutting or forming. 3D printing is a powerful tool for generating custom parts, often with complex geometries, and serves industries from aerospace & defense, to automotive, to medical and dental, and beyond. This guide outlines 3D printing, its basics, getting started, and the top commercial 3D printing processes and materials used today.
Successfully establishing a scalable and connected additive manufacturing process is a challenge that the vast majority of manufacturers will face.
Issues around traceability, connectivity and standardisation remain barriers for companies wanting to make the transition to using AM for production. To overcome these challenges, manufacturers need greater traceability across their operations and a more connected AM workflow. Fortunately, Additive Manufacturing Execution Systems (Additive MES) are helping to tackle these issues by providing manufacturers with the tools to manage their AM processes efficiently, scale up their operations and achieve full traceability.
This whitepaper is your guide to using Additive MES software to take your additive manufacturing operations to the next level.