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Streamlining the Production Process with Phillips Opto

The Difference Between 3D Printing and CNC Machining

With advances in additive manufacturing technology and increasing complexity in today’s engineered products, manufacturers are increasingly having to decide whether to replace CNC machines with 3D printers. The two production technologies each have various benefits and drawbacks, and this article aims to illustrate those idiosyncrasies and identify the applications which best benefit from one or the other.

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