Why every engineer needs a 3D printer

A survey of trade magazine and news site Made-in-Europe shows that more than 95% of the manufacturing industry sees 3D printing as a keeper. It is seen as an opportunity to tap new markets, make better products and stand out from the competition. Many companies are therefore planning to invest in this technology, but many see this only in the long term. The main reason for this is a lack of knowledge about the investment, the techniques and payback time. A sin, finds dddrop. That is why our Dutch reseller CAD2M organize the seminar: “3D printing for engineers”  on Februari 27th at CAD2M in Doetinchem. Register now.

In the sessions answers are given to the most frequently asked questions about 3D printing: what are the possibilities and what should you take into account? But also: what are the costs and what does a 3D printer deliver?  You will discover, for example, the advantages and disadvantages of the different printing techniques SLS, SLA and FDM. You will also see how you can save money with 3D printing, because it saves capacity within your organization.

Of course there will be explained why the dddrop printer is extremely suitable for 3D printing by engineers. The unique thing about the dddrop is that it combines all the important features, for an acceptable price. It has a closed cupboard and it offers a large building volume, a heated printbed and a high print speed. An additional advantage is the open platform: you can use any filling you want. Uytdewilligen keeps listening to its customers and so the development continuous.

After the theory, live printing can begin. After drawing a model in SOLIDWORKS and implement the right settings, the model is easily transferred to the dddrop 3D printer. Register here.