Although 3D printing has been around for more than 30 years, metal 3D printing is getting all the attention these days. Manufacturers in aerospace, automotive, medical/dental, defense and other markets are adopting direct metal 3D printing technology because the benefits are substantive and have a significant bottom-line impact on their businesses.
Download this new resource from IDC as they examine the growing impact and role that direct metal 3D printers play in revolutionizing the production line. For companies looking for a more advanced and leading-edge approach to manufacturing in the digital age, this whitepaper is for you.
- Understand recent key trends in 3D printing and why direct metal printing's emerging and evolving technology provides cost, lead time, and efficiency gains within global supply chains.
- Learn the advantages that direct metal printing presents to industrial markets requiring specific mechanical properties or mass customization and the benefits in prototyping and production environments when comparing to conventional manufacturing methods.
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