Specifically, 3D-printed injection molds can enable a business to adopt a more agile manufacturing approach for low-volume production. In turn, it becomes possible to save time and money, and allow engineers to quickly iterate designs and modify molds.
Galomb Inc. explored the potential value of 3D printing injection molds by testing out a variety of 3D-printed molds for use in its Galomb Model-B100 Injection Molder. The methods and results of the study are published in this white paper.
In this 12-page whitepaper, you will learn:
- How molds can be 3D-printed for injection molding
- How different 3D printing materials compare when used for injection molding
- Common problems when 3D printing molds
- Design guidelines for 3D printing molds