Industrializing 3D printing
Companies looking to alter their manufacturing procedures and develop new products can take advantage of the cutting-edge additive manufacturing technology.However, in the past, businesses wishing to enter that market had to first figure out how to incorporate the most recent 3D printing machines into their operations.
That is an extreme sell considering 3D printers can battle with throughput and consistency for the majority modern applications.Digital manufacturing is now offered as a service by VulcanForms, which was founded by MIT Professor John Hart and Martin C.
Feldmann, MEng ’14. It helps businesses build industrial products on a large scale.The company creates a scalable manufacturing workflow in its production foundry after assisting customers with material selection and product design.