Design and Manufacture the Impossible

Free content from Diversified Plastics, Inc.

Many new product designs and innovations have been restricted by the limitations of plastic injection molding and other conventional manufacturing processes. Traditional 3D printing allows engineers to design more complex geometries. However, high-volume end-use part production has not been practical due to slow printing speeds and limited by material selection. Download this white paper to learn how Carbon® Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS) transcends conventional manufacturing and 3D printing design limitations.  

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