Material Flexibility Versus 3D Printers


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The types of materials available to print has in the past limited the applications that 3D printing could address. With the amount research and development going into 3D printable materials, this is now becoming one of the fastest changing elements of 3D printing.

Typically, the material properties you wanted to achieve for you application would guide you to one of the many types of 3D printing in the market.

Watch this on-demand recording where speakers will discuss two of the most popular methods of 3D printing: Fused deposition modelling (FDM)  and Direct light processing (DLP), the new types of materials they can print with and applications they are being used for, and why they believe they make the perfect complimentary printers to have in your organisation.

Key takeaways

  • How FDM and DLP work together
  • The impact of material flexibility on your processes
  • The latest production-capable materials & industry/application uses

Hear from our experts

Wojciech Wawrzyniak: 3D Printing Applications Engineer & Technical Sales Specialist at Konica Minolta Australia
Matthew Hunter, Innovation Product Manager at Konica Minolta


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