The ROI of 3D Printing for Advanced Manufacturing Applications

A Free Guide for Engineering and Manufacturing Professionals

Outsourcing your 3D printing can be more costly than you think--parts can take multiple days or even weeks to arrive. When your production demands for 3D printing grow, outsourcing quickly becomes expensive. Download this FREE 23-page guide to determine which advanced manufacturing solution is the right fit for your business and application use-case. Learn how calculating ROI can help determine the right manufacturing application for your business.

What's in this guide?

•  How to calculate ROI in manufacturing applications
•  Comparison of subtractive and additive manufacturing technologies
•  Sample advanced manufacturing user applications
•  How to reduce your hourly operating costs
•  ...and more!

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Chapter 1 Speed

Chapter 2 Cost

One of the biggest advantages of 3D printing technology is Rapid Prototyping. Rapid prototyping is the ability to design, manufacture, and test a customized part in as little time as possible. Also, if needed, the design can be modified without adversely affecting the speed of the manufacturing process.

For small production runs and applications, 3D printing is the most cost-effective manufacturing process. Traditional prototyping methods like CNC machining and injection molding require a large number of expensive machines plus they have much higher labor costs as they require experienced machine operators and technicians to run them.