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Will It Break Engineering Challenge

Video: Will It Break?

We put these 3D printing materials to the test in this engineering challenge. Find out the results of our impact resistance challenge!

Greg Paulsen - Xometry Contributor
By Greg Paulsen
September 29, 2020
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In our latest video, Director of Application Engineering, Greg Paulsen, tests three 3D printing processes to see which holds up against calculated, sharp impacts: fused deposition modeling (FDM), selective laser sintering (SLS), and PolyJet (PJ3D).

Enjoyed this video? Don’t forget to check out our other 3D printing engineering challenges: 

  • Will It Leak? 
  • Will It Melt?
  • How Will It Grow?

Want your idea to be turned into our next engineering challenge? Submit a request now!

Greg Paulsen - Xometry Contributor
Greg Paulsen
They call me the Director of Application Engineering at Xometry. This means I not only get to produce great design-for-manufacturing content, but also consult on a variety of custom manufacturing projects using CNC machining, additive manufacturing, sheet metal, urethane casting, and injection molding. If you have a question, I'm your guy.