Breaking the (Injection) Mold

July 17, 2020

Since its creation in the 1980s, 3D printing has evolved tremendously, with more printing technologies and material types available. Research shows that engineers in North America are optimistic about the future of 3D printing and believe new materials will help advance the industry. This white paper details a new plastic material solution that allows engineers and product developers to print parts with wear rates comparable to certain injection-molded components. 

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