Learn how 3D printing and additive manufacturing solve supply chain challenges
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Additive manufacturing uses 3D printers, software and materials to support manufacturers needing expeditious delivery of parts to points of need.
With additive manufacturing, production and supply chain engineers and managers are in greater control of when parts are made, reducing the risk of unexpected supply chain delays.
Rapidly changing preferences, volatile labor conditions and costly outsourcing make it slow and expensive to source unique parts and maintain supply chain stability. Join Würth and Markforged for a webinar that challenges traditional supply chain thinking. The webinar will include expert takeaways, best practices and customer use examples from a range of industries.
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- Define what additive manufacturing is and how it works.
- Understand how additive manufacturing supports better supply chain management.
- Explore best practices for additive manufacturing and supply chain optimization.
- Learn whether additive manufacturing is right for your operations.
AJ Strandquist, Director of 3D Solutions, Würth Industry North America
Daniel Lazier, Strategic Application Engineer, Markforged
Kevin Parker, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology