Video: Engineering Challenges - "Will It" Series Highlights

This video highlights our previous engineering challenge videos including classics like “Will it Melt?” and “Will it Wrench?”

By Serena Ngoh · March 31, 2020

In Xometry's engineering challenge video series, Xometry Greg, or Greg Paulsen, Director of Application Engineering, explores and tests questions about different 3D printing technologies. We've put together a highlight video for you to see what these challenges are all about. Watch it now:


Our engineering video series includes challenges where we test:

  • The torque of various plastics
  • The material degradation of plastics when subjected to 10,000 degrees
  • The durability of 3D printed lacrosse balls
  • The waterproof abilities of various processes

Explore these videos and more with our Youtube playlist: Engineering Challenges.

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