Learn how automotive engineers and designers are using rapid manufacturing to improve component design, reduce vehicle weight and other key prototyping and low-volume production elements. Geared toward automotive applications, the live webinar discusses the plastic, metal and liquid silicone rubber materials used in lightweighting along with design considerations for various 3D printing, CNC machining and injection molding processes.
What you will learn:
• Low-volume injection molding can be a valuable resource for prototyping and bridge tooling.
• Weight reduction can be done by utilizing 3D printing and by injection molding magnesium, silicone and thermally conductive plastics.
• How to decrease your time to market by using a rapid manufacturing service bureau that supports several stages of product development while shortening your development cycle.
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