You make elastomer parts ranging from 75D to 95A. A customer asks for a short-run production quote. It's a tough choice.
Do you amortize the tooling cost and raise the per-piece price sky high?
Or eat some cost and hope the volume picks up?
You keep thinking you would have more business if you could…
- lower your minimum order quantity
- reduce tooling costs for short runs
- offer customers lower prices for low piece orders
Will a 3D printer grow your business? You want to determine this for yourself. With all of the 3D printers on the market today, how do you make the best decision for your needs long term?
It begins with knowing your requirements, both present and future, and knowing what to look for in potential vendors and printer options.
Our Guide to Selecting an Industrial 3D Printer will help you answer those questions.
The guide also includes worksheets to capture your requirements and assess the vendor's ability to meet your specifications.
3D printing can be a huge benefit for many companies when selected and executed upon properly. Our hope is that this guide will help you make the best choice for your needs, your budget and your business.
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