Printing the impossible
Is a new composite-based additive technology set to disrupt current 3D printing manufacturing?
3D printing has taken an evolutionary step forward, enabling manufacturers to produce stronger, lighter and more accurate composite parts, resulting in a broader selection of manufacturing materials and greater design freedom.
This whitepaper will explore how composite-based additive manufacturing (CBAM) works, and how it differs from current 3D printing. It will also look at the advantages and possible issues with CBAM, as well as its potential to replace metal parts and step up FDM and 3D composite printing market disruption.
Moving from conventional 3D printing to CBAM technology can help manufacturers to:
- Expand design possibilities, improve manufacturing speed and reduce cost
- Produce parts in a more sustainable way
- Diversify into new markets
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