College recruitment is hard. With so many higher-ed options out there universities work harder than ever to differentiate themselves in a crowded playing field. Schools who attract the best students must be viewed as an innovation leader with a finger on the pulse of today’s latest trends and technologies. This is why top colleges invest in cutting edge 3D printing technology to secure their spot at the top of college ranking lists. So what exactly does 3D printing fulfill and why do savvy students across the U.S. add 3D printing to their list of “must-haves” when narrowing down their college prospects?
Articles by Adrian Pastore
Supply chains are a necessary evil. You can’t get a product to the consumer if you don’t have the right materials, suppliers, producers, distributors and assembly mechanisms. But each of those facets require two things: time and money. Wouldn’t it be nice to reduce the amount of downtime and expense it takes to bring a product through the supply chain? Enter additive manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, doesn’t necessarily replace traditional manufacturing. Instead it solves challenges that can add expenses, slow down, or even disrupt the traditional manufacturing supply chain. In order to show you the impact that additive could have, we put together an infographic that walks through traditional manufacturing and shows how adapting additive can change some of those bottlenecks.