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12/1/2015

EPSI's 3D Printing Increases Efficiency

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This program should enable EPSI to deliver a prototype made from digital material for form and fit testing in as little as 1–2 days.

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EPSI’s 3D printing and rapid prototyping is a part of its Custom Mold program, which provides customers with a quicker and more economical alternative to masking with standard products. According to the company, this program should enable EPSI to deliver a prototype made from digital material for form and fit testing in as little as 1–2 days.

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