3D Printing Innovation

3D printing is a great way to enhance sustainability in footwear manufacturing

How to Enhance Sustainability in Footwear Manufacturing

By Footwear Team / November 11, 2020

The short lifespan of footwear, especially running shoes, leads to large amounts of waste. Most shoes are non-biodegradable and end up in landfills where they can take 30 to 40 years to decompose. 3D printing can increase sustainability in footwear manufacturing and the final consumer product.

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3D Printing: An Alternative to Injection Molding That Requires No Tooling

By Hardware Team / November 4, 2020

For companies looking for a more cost-effective and agile alternative to injection molding, 3D printing presents a unique opportunity. To create product variants, additive manufacturing can easily refine designs digitally instead of making new molds. Eliminating tooling reduces capital expenses and product turnaround time, and increases design freedom. Read on for a more in-depth breakdown of these advantages.

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From Design or Prototyping to High Volume Manufacturing and Automation With Connected 3D Printing

By Smart Factory Team / October 28, 2020

3D printing is allowing companies to improve manufacturing capabilities, whether in-house or leveraging contract 3D printing services in a smart factory. Companies in many industries can see multiple benefits when they use 3D printing smart factories for high volume or low volume/high mix manufacturing. Here’s how companies can accelerate the go-to-market of new products from prototyping to high volume manufacturing.

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The Future of 3D Printing in Dentistry Services

By Dental Team / October 7, 2020

Introduced three decades ago, 3D printing is transforming dentistry. The market for 3D-printed dental products is expected to reach $930 million by the end of 2025, driven by greater commercialization of printing systems, the need to customize dental products, and the availability of contract 3D printing services.

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4 Low Volume Manufacturing Strategies Leveraging 3D Printing to Reduce Cost and Risk

By Smart Factory Team / September 23, 2020

3D printing systems eliminate the need for tooling which decreases upfront costs, reduces the inventory on hand requirement, speeds up design to production cycles, and enables a more diverse set of products manufactured at any one site. The flexibility and agility allow companies to easily implement low volume manufacturing strategies that can make them more competitive.

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How 3D Printing Is Changing the Manufacturing Industry by Enabling Flexible Supply Chains

By Smart Factory Team / September 16, 2020

With 3D printing, the tooling costs to manufacture new and modified products and designs are eliminated. With no tooling and greater flexibility, 3D printing reduces the cost structure and risk, and changes the business model for manufacturers. 3D printing is changing the manufacturing industry and offers several advantages that enable agility.

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