Video: 3D Printing Complexity Paradox

Watch our new video for how to leverage the Complexity Paradox to actually lower production costs for more complex parts.

By Shilpa Garg · August 31, 2017

Do you leverage the complexity paradox when ordering 3D custom parts?

Watch our latest video to learn how to optimize part designs to save time and money while creating geometrically 'impossible' or complex parts. We'll discuss how to make 3D Printing a cost-effective, viable alternative to subtractive manufacturing.

The big question is: Is 3D Printing less expensive than subtractive manufacturing? Watch our new video below to find out!


For a more in-depth look at the Complexity Paradox, check out our blog post here. To see the Complexity Paradox in action, get an instant quote today.

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