Dealing with Unavoidable Inaccuracies in 3D Printing
3D printing has turned the engineering world upside down, enabling previously impossible geometries and collapsing lead times. Something 3D printing is inherently not very good at? Part accuracy.
In this first of three webinars on Thinking Additively, David Busacker, engineering consultant from Blueprint, dives deep into some of the unavoidable inaccuracies of 3D printing. He also provides viewers clear tactics on how to deal with these inherent constraints to “digital tooling” in order to design accurate, strong 3D printed parts.