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Hi there,

There are a lot of exciting developments at 3DEO as we hit our stride in 2020. We are seeing a tidal wave of interest in the transformative potential of metal 3D printing. Unfortunately, it can be surprisingly difficult to get to production -- but not with 3DEO. Our mission is to work side-by-side with our customers to streamline this transition and unlock the true potential of additive manufacturing. Now is the time to dive in, and we can help. Contact me or request a quote to get the conversation started.
We're attending AMUG and exhibiting at RAPID, and MT360. Are you planning to attend? If so, let's meet up!
MS_Headshot (3)Matt Sand
President, 3DEO
(424) 732-9596
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Bastian Schaefer shares a very bold idea: that in the near future, we may be able to 3D print jumbo jets. Photo: Ryan Lash.

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Additive Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 

The Internet of Things (IoT) has made its way onto the plant floor and now entire factories are becoming "smart" with an explosion of sensors and internet connected equipment.

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There are hundreds of methods to make metal parts. The list of technologies and techniques can be overwhelming. To make matters worse, each approach technology comes with a variety of strengths and weaknesses.

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SCC Successful in 3D Printing and Welding Stainless Steel Parts Using Desktop Machines

The project is one of the first of its kind where metal parts that were 3D printed on sub $600 machines have been successfully welded together using traditional welding techniques.

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3D printing is a new technology but we at 3DEO are old-fashioned. We believe in handshakes, phone calls, and agreements. We are transparent about what we can and cannot do.

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 Metal 3D Printing is becoming a great complement to Metal Injection Molding (MIM) and the decision to use one or the other largely comes down to the volumes required. The added bonus with metal 3D printing is that you can update a part without needing to invest in a brand new mold.

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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‚Äôs 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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