“We just want to see what is possible,” he said. I was speaking with a senior designer at a sporting goods manufacturer.
His group was focused on all things innovation, the future of his industry, and was exploring the use of full-color PolyJet 3D printing. The words “what is possible” were long overdue in this conversation, and from my experience always come up in chats like this.
Exploring what’s possible is the number one thing most companies need to do to start using 3D printing effectively.
A recent Blueprint survey revealed that for 85% of businesses struggling to adopt additive, internal knowledge is their limiting factor.
Exploring the possible is not an engineering problem. Trust me, I’d know. As an engineer by education, experience, and even temperament, I have an affinity for seeking out the constraints, clarifying the goal, and crafting a solution out of […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...