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Injection Molding vs 3D Printing

The Stratasys H350 using SAF technology is a powerful, production-based, powder bed fusion 3D printer. Whereas injection molding is a traditional manufacturing process used to produce high volumes of parts at a low cost with fast turnaround times.

Not all 3D printing technologies are suitable for volume production, but the H350 is most suited for creating high volumes of complex parts with fast turnaround times at a low cost. TriMech’s Additive Manufacturing SAF Product Specialist, Tyler Shamas, will show the differences between Injection Molding Vs. 3D printing.

History has shown, high volume production using injection molding can be efficient both costly and timely, but the future of 3D printing is manufacturing, and it’s important to learn the different processes for anyone working in volumized production as well as what circumstances work best for each process.

Featured in the Injection Molding vs 3D Printing Demo:

During this on-demand Injection Molding vs 3D Printing webinar you will learn:

  • Process of injection molding vs 3D printing
  • Injection molding vs 3D printing cost comparisons
  • Successful use cases proving 3D printing production capabilities