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Hi there,

Next week, I'll be presenting at MD&M West titled "3D Printing with Metal: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know". I'll outline the key value and cost drivers for metal 3D printing, as well as a few critical lessons I've learned during my time in 3D printing. You can't miss it if you want to move metal 3D printing into production. Let me know if you'll be attending--would love to see you there!
If you're not attending MD&M West, I'm always available to discuss how you can begin the shift to metal 3D printing. Contact me or request a quote to get the conversation started.
Matt Sand
President, 3DEO
(424) 732-9596
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TipsTips & Tricks for Metal 3D Printing 

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About 3DEO - PRODUCTION Metal 3D Printing

3DEO uses its proprietary metal 3D printing technology to manufacture small, complex production components. Part pricing and quality is directly competitive with machining and MIM.

With 3D printing you can quickly develop new products and seamlessly scale to serial production on demand so there’s no need to worry about long lead times, minimum order quantities, or high tooling costs. 

3DEO specializes in small, complex stainless steel components.

Request a quote if your parts look like these: