Until recently, 3D printing was primarily used for R&D and prototyping purposes. Nowadays, additive manufacturing is proving to be a real manufacturing solution. Industries are using it for small and large series functional mechanical parts or consumer goods.
While one of the most used technologies, material extrusion (FFF/FDM/FGF) can be quite time consuming and expensive when it comes to series production. Often, the core of the 3d printer—the extrusion system—is not suited for parts production, where lead time and reliability are important factors of profitability.
In this webinar, Simon Duchaine and Philippe Carrier from Dyze Design, discussed how you can increase your profitability in material extrusion 3d printing using modern state-of-the-art high-flow extrusion systems.