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On-Demand Webinar: 3D Printing or Machining? Know Which to Choose and When

Choosing the right manufacturing process can significantly reduce your total costs and production timelines. Learn how to choose the best method for your parts with experts Greg Paulsen and Cathy Ma in this webinar recording.

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By Brittany Henneberry
March 8, 2023
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Resources mentioned during the webinar:

  • Access the full presentation deck
  • Get $25 off your next order of $100 or more in the Instant Quoting Engine using code 2TRYWEBB25.*
  • Learn more about the quoting engine’s CAD add-ins to help you design better parts from the start.
  • Check out free webinars and engineering videos.
  • Download free design guides for a range of manufacturing processes.
  • Check out these case studies on the uses of 3D Printing and Machining: 
  1. How Dixon Valve Drove Down Production Cost and Time
  2. How BMW Used Multiple Manufacturing Techniques to Make Custom Tooling
  3. How Phase Four Scaled Prototyping to Mass Production for Their Launch Propulsion System

About the presenter: Greg Paulsen leads the Applications Engineering Team at Xometry, working directly with customers on special case projects. He’s an expert in all things manufacturing, from 3D printing to CNC machining to injection molding and beyond.

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Brittany Henneberry
Brittany Henneberry is an Audience Development Lead at Thomas, a Xometry company. She is a proud recipient of Xometry's 2021 Founders Award. Her work has been referenced by Scientific American and Quartz, as well as in several academic papers. In addition to her articles on Thomas and Xometry, she has written an eBook on public procurement available both on Thomasnet.com and Amazon. Ms. Henneberry is an alumna of the University of Michigan with Honors degrees in English and French.