3 Ways 3D printing can improve manufacturing efficiencies

3D-printed injection molds for prototype designs can be much more affordable than those made from machined aluminum.3D printing is still finding its role in manufacturing, but in an effort to show the industrial benefits of additive manufacturing, Schneider Electric has teamed up with Stratasys to develop and implement its own factory of the future.

Schneider has begun using Stratasys Polyjet and FDM-based 3D printers in product development, prototyping and manufacturing, all in an effort to streamline these processes, and it seems to be working.

Sylvain Gire, VP GSC transformation-industrialization at Schneider has outlined several ways that Stratasys’ 3D printing technology has improved efficiency.

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