Is metal 3D printing a complement to CNC machining or a competition?
This video dispels some prejudices and is a great insight into a cutting tool made with the Markforged Metal X system.
Does the part withstand 10,000 rpm and the machining of aluminium?
Guhring UK has proven that the use of both technologies together gives the following benefits:
✅ Lighter weight tool
✅ Cheaper prototyping
✅ Lower costs for small series
Additive manufacturing and traditional machining probably go together better than most people would have expected.
A 3D printed PCD cutting tool in conventional manufacturing! 🤔 What do you think about it? Is this what the future looks like? Write it in the comments ⤵️