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Universities and colleges constantly commit resources to being future-ready institutions that prepare students for careers of dynamic change with relevant knowledge and life-long skills. Additive manufacturing has proven integral for many institutions aiming for superior teaching and experimentation, for a variety of disciplines, by balancing the modern accessibility of in-house prototyping and production with the relatively low ongoing costs of large-format 3D printers.
Read how Boyce Technologies, prominent designer and manufacturer of products for public safety security and communications systems, implements their large-format additive technology to produce end-use parts in systems throughout New York.
Learn how JC Steele optimized their sand-casting process, reducing expenses by 75% and increasing annual productivity by over 50% with BigRep large-format 3D printers. JC Steele turned to BigRep large-format additive manufacturing to quickly produce the massive patterns their business is centered around. They’ve successfully integrated 3D printed patterns into a new simplified workflow, easily creating the delicate molds for their sand-casting process.