Upcoming Webinar: ETEC’s DLP 3D Printing as a Replacement for Traditional Polymer ManufacturingCindy Deekitwong
Digital Light Processing (DLP) is an area-wide vat polymerization 3D printing process that uses an industrial-grade projector to cure multiple parts at once. Quickly emerging as a key additive technology with the ability to create precision parts with excellent surface finish, DLP enables users to overcome the challenges of traditional polymer manufacturing processes such as long lead times, high upfront costs, and the complex tooling design process.
DLP is moving 3D printing of plastics from prototyping to production, delivering material properties and part characteristics for end-use applications. An ever-growing material portfolio and working with partners like LOCTITE allows users to take advantage of a variety of materials that provide the properties required for end-use parts.
Join us for a live webinar with our partners, ETEC, on Tuesday, November 8th from 11 AM EST (8 AM PST / 5:00 PM CET) to learn more about:
- How DLP technology works and the benefits over traditional methods in terms of set-up time and tooling costs with unleashed design freedoms
- High-quality validated materials from providers such as Henkel LOCTITE 3D that are available for production
- Real-world application examples and compare costing between machining, injection molding, and 3D printing
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