How 3D Printing is Replacing Traditional Injection Molding

3D printing has gone from a simple desktop and hobby systems to fully-fledged additive manufacturing. As it continues to advance, we can’t help but think about the future, and one question has been on our minds a lot: will additive manufacturing eventually replace injection molding? Find out in our on-demand webinar!

About This On-Demand Webinar

Watch our webinar as TriMech Application Engineer, Dave Ramsey, discusses the benefits that make 3D printing so attractive to people and compares it to traditional injection molding. But, it’s not just the machine technology where we are seeing huge benefits and advancements, the materials available for printing are also catching the eye of designers and manufacturers alike. 

In this webinar, Dave discusses:

  • Production capable machines (FDM and PolyJet) 
  • Equipment under development 
  • Materials currently available 
  • Verging materials on the horizon 
  • How universities are training future designers 

Interested in learning more? Check out our blog, Injection Mold Prototyping Using Stratasys 3D Printing Tested by HASCO

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