Producing a replacement tooling fixture quickly to keep production running, or getting a prototype to an engineer to maintain a development schedule are both familiar challenges.
3D printing is the obvious solution because it is faster and cheaper than the standard alternatives. But when printing large parts, there are some extra challenges to consider.
When you build bigger parts, you are pushing the boundaries of extruded-plastic 3D printing technology. As part size grows, so do the challenges that must be overcome to achieve good results.
What you will learn
- What you should you consider when making parts up to a meter long
- How to get the best results
Download our free ebook and read about our insights into the challenges and opportunities of 3D printing large parts, and the role selecting the right printer plays to help you do that.