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Hi there,

WOW--2020 is here already! At 3DEO, we couldn't be more excited for what's to come in the new year. Do you have a new project for 2020 that you want to work on? Don't hesitate to reach out or request a quote to get the conversation started. I'd love to help you reap the benefits of Metal 3D Printing technology.
Also, I'll be at SHOT Show this month (Las Vegas) and MDM West in February (Anaheim) if you'd like to connect.
Matt Sand
President, 3DEO
(424) 732-9596
PS - If you're interested in more frequent updates, you can also follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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Low-Cost Production Metal 3D Printing: Intelligent Layering®

Intelligent Layering® is a new additive manufacturing process developed by 3DEO that enables medium-to-high volume metal part production. It's the only metal 3D printing technology that beats traditional manufacturing in cost, quality, and turnaround.

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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.

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