3D printing has become a fundamental tool for many industries, but there isn’t one type of 3D printer that can do it all.
Articles by Matthew Fisher
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With the changing world of additive manufacturing, the ways we can approach a project have significantly increased compared to traditional manufacturing methods. By moving away from manufacturing constraints, we can combine features together, reduce part numbers, and simplify features from needing certain aspects to accommodate the manufacturing needs. The term Design for Additive Manufacturing, or DFAM, is used for parts designed to be 3D printed vs. machined or molded.