• Aug : 29 : 2016 - Optomec’s New Micron-Level 3D Printing Capability
  • Aug : 29 : 2016 - Optomec’s New Micron-Level 3D Printing Capability
  • Aug : 28 : 2016 - MIT’s new 3D-printer makes objects that remember their shape
  • Aug : 28 : 2016 - MIT’s new 3D-printer makes objects that remember their shape
  • Aug : 27 : 2016 - Carbon Expands 3D Printing Service Bureau Network

Stratasys 3d printing questions of the week.A recent webinar attendee mentioned using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) tools in vacuum forming with “great success,” saying porosity helped a lot. This made me wonder how others are taking advantage of this FDM property.

Do you turn porosity into an advantage in your shop? Do you go further, like some tool makers, and design channels into your part?

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