How 3D Printing and CNC Machining Can Work Together

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How 3D Printing and CNC Machining Can Work Together

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CNC Machining and 3D printing both have their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to producing a part – whether it’s a prototype or tooling. Machine shops all over the world are benefiting by having both technologies.  For example, a machine shop will use CNC machining for voluminous production requirements and alternatively, use 3D printing to produce quick one-off parts or geometrically complex parts.

The goal of the webinar isn’t to say one technology is the solution for everything but rather to show how they can work together in your shop, where you can make time and cost savings by selecting one technology over the other to produce your specific parts.

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  • The Advantages and disadvantages of CNC and 3D Printing
  • Integrating 3D printing into your machine shop
  • Selecting the right manufacturing process for part
  • Cost and time savings for real custom examples
  • Understanding ROI

 

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TITLE: How 3D Printing and CNC Machining Can Work Together

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Speaker: Tim RuffnerTIM RUFFNER

Sales Director, Americas

BigRep

 

 

Speaker: Riley Gillman

RILEY GILLMAN

Technical Operations Manager

Nikola Motor Corproation


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