Leverage 3D Printing to Help Shorten Your Supply Chain

This year we have seen a lot of change in a short time period which has emphasized the need for flexibility. The right assets and mindset can make or break how a company can adapt and overcome supply chain limitations and market demands. Find out more in our webinar.

About This On-Demand Webinar

In this webinar, TriMech Lead 3D Printing Application Engineer, Ricky Shannon, and Application Engineer, Andrew Sink, explore additive manufacturing and how it can reduce your company’s reliance on your current supply chain operations. They cover the benefits of technology, such as PolyJet and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), to increase speed and adaptability, adding flexibility to your team, product lines and services. Plus, they dive into how these machines can produce parts on-demand, bridge tooling and training/quality control aids! 

In this webinar, Ricky and Andrew cover how to:

  • Reduce reliance on outside vendors for on-demand parts
  • Increase design iteration pace and effectiveness
  • Reduce cost by vetting designs
  • Change and adapt product lines in days rather than months
  • Work through new manufacturing processes

Interested in learning more? Check out our article, Manufacturing Floor Uses 3D Printed Metal Jigs and Tools to Operate at Full Efficiency.

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