On-Demand Webinar: Injection Molding with Xometry

Missed our interactive webinar? Get the full recording in which Greg Paulsen and Travis Minyard, our in-house Injection Molding experts, cover the basics of design optimization and more.

By Shilpa Garg · December 12, 2017

We had a full house in our latest interactive webinar! Our in-house experts, Greg Paulsen and Travis Minyard, covered the basics of the manufacturing process Injection Molding. They outlined best practices to optimize your designs, an overview of Xometry's on demand capabilities, and more.


Check out the recording now to learn the following:

  • The basics of Injection Molding
  • Best practices to optimize your designs
  • Overview of Xometry's on demand capabilities
  • Interactive Q&A with our audience!

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