Protolabs

3D Printing: Industrial vs. Desktop

The ability to quickly build complex parts for both prototyping and end-use production has made 3D printing a critical development tool in today’s competitive market of ever-shortening product life cycles. This webinar addresses the difference between desktop and industrial-grade 3D printing capabilities, including project considerations, outsourcing options, and tips on determining the right process for your application. 

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Protolabs

3D Printing: Industrial vs. Desktop

The ability to quickly build complex parts for both prototyping and end-use production has made 3D printing a critical development tool in today’s competitive market of ever-shortening product life cycles. This webinar addresses the difference between desktop and industrial-grade 3D printing capabilities, including project considerations, outsourcing options, and tips on determining the right process for your application. 

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