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Cut production time using 3D Printers.

3D printing can reduce the development and production time of parts and products. Where traditional methods take days or weeks, a 3D print can be performed in less than a day.

One of our clients has cut production time by 60%. This also saves them a lot of money, because less man hours needed and the materials costs of the 3D printed parts are relatively low. They went from outsourcing prototyping to insourcing, and now do everything in-house.

Do you want to know more about the advantages of 3D printing? Read the whole article about the benefits of 3D printing for businesses by clicking on this sentence.

Person working on a laptop, making a 3D model in Simplify 3d

The main 3D printing advantages:

A. Stay ahead of competition
B. Reduce time
C. Reduce costs
D. Reduce errors
E. Confidentiality
F. Production on demand

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