Addressing the Design Issues of Rapid Manufacturing

This white paper from a manufacturer that added an in-house rapid manufacturing center describes how additive technologies both complement and differ from manufacturing processes relying on CNC machining.

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Renishaw, a manufacturer of measurement products that extensively uses CNC machining in its in-house production process, recently added additive manufacturing to its capabilities. In fact, the company added a “Rapid Manufacturing Centre” to one of its UK plants in order to develop its understanding of various forms of additive manufacturing. A white paper describes the company’s findings. To read what the company has written about rapid manufacturing, click here.

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