Considerations When Designing for Additive Manufacturing

Don’t let the constraints of traditional manufacturing limit your designs. Watch our webinar to discover how FDM technology can allow you to push past these boundaries and bring your design innovation to the next level. 

About This On-Demand Webinar

TriMech 3D Printing Application Engineer, Ricky Shannon, explains how to leverage design for additive manufacturing (DFAM) principles to advance jigs, fixtures, tooling and end-use parts. He will be able to help you get past design constraints from traditional manufacturing and let your design ideas run wild. 

He will take a look at:

  • Organic shapes and geometries 
  • Part optimization
  • Weight reduction
  • Better throughput

Want to learn more about Additive Manufacturing? Download our “What is Additive Manufacturing?” infographic.

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