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Desktop Manufacturing Guide
Desktop Manufacturing Guide

Desktop Manufacturing Guide

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Manufacturing is changing. Fast. Whether it’s creating low volume plastic components or building houses, 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing is revolutionising engineering right now.


When the wider public picture 3D Printing they usually imagine prototyping rapid tooling and toys however Additive Manufacturing is creating, strong, safe, economical products in nearly every engineering & construction vertical.


No longer in just the realms of Aerospace & Automotive, many SME’s businesses now uses 3D Printing as a viable alternative to more traditional manufacturing techniques. In this guide we aim to educate you on how 3D Printing can be used on your Desktop to create production ready parts.

In this free guide we cover…

What you can achieve?


What’s now possible with desktop manufacturing



Why it can be beneficial to manufacture on your desktop

Choosing a Machine


5 key questions to ensure you select what is right for you


Chapter 1 – Why Manufature on your Desktop?

Machine Prices Decreasing

Reduce Lead Times

3D Printing Versatility

Chapter 2 – Choosing a Machine

Is this your first 3D Printer?

What is the maximum size you will need to build?

How critical is surface finish?

What mechanical properties does your part need?

What is your budget & how do you calculate ROI?

Chapter 3 – High Strength Parts


Chapter 4 – High Detail Parts


Chapter 5 – Versatility of Materials


Chapter 6 – Desktop Metal CNC

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