Additive Manufacturing, this process builds a three-dimensional object from a computer-aided design (CAD) model, usually by successively adding material layer by layer. Going from concept to production is made easier with Additive Manufacturing. Additive Manufacturing allows you to experiment with different models and ideas without the cost of machining. Allowing a much lower cost to R&D as well as reverse engineering.
Additive Manufacturing is also a suitable solution for end use parts in many applications. This process also removes many traditional manufacturing limitations, allowing you to eliminate design constraints and prioritize part function. Bypassing these compromises leads to simplified assemblies and improved part performance, all while utilizing less direct labor to produce parts.