Fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printing enables you to optimize product development and reduce costs. It can also add value in applications such as mold creation, tooling, and one-off or low-volume end-use parts, like customized jigs and fixtures. That’s why organizations in industries as diverse as automotive engineering and movie special effects have already made the transition to 3D printing.
This guide will provide you with a road map for introducing FFF 3D printing to your business. Each section contains a checklist, detailing the tasks you need to complete to successfully introduce 3D printing to your business.