Although traditional subtractive-based technologies for tooling fabrication are commonly used, the use of Additive Manufacturing (AM) has increased when it comes to said applications. This is possibly because of the better understanding of technological improvements and financials of AM.
Typically, tooling is manufactured in low quantities and complex shapes, which is more cost-effective. AM is a great option as a fabrication method.
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- Economical custom and low-volume manufacturing
- Design freedom
- Operational efficiency and more!
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