Introduction to Polymer 3D Printing

The possibilities of what you can create with additive manufacturing may seem endless, but picking the right technology can be a critical factor in the success of your final part! Looking to find out what your options are? This is the perfect crash-course for anyone interested in learning about 3D printing with polymer materials.

About This On-Demand Webinar

In this webinar TriMech Additive Manufacturing Application Engineer, Andrew Sink, walks through a variety of polymer 3D printing techniques. Technologies covered will include Stereolithography (SL), Digital Light Processing (DLP), ColorJet Printing (CJP), PolyJet (PJ) and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). In addition to explaining how each method works, Andrew will highlight the comparative strengths, weaknesses and use-cases for each. 

In this webinar, Andrew will cover:

  • The major differences between Additive Manufacturing processes
  • The competitive strengths of various technologies in various applications
  • Relevant case studies from companies that have benefited from implementing Additive Manufacturing
  • How 3D printing is being used today for end-use parts as well as prototyping
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