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Direct-to-Shape Printing of Complex Objects

 Phil Collins
  26th-Nov-2018
Description: Phil Collins defines the challenges faced during the direct to shape printing of complex objects. In printing speed is increased and/or radius of curvature decreased. The main advantage is fast development wit well supported.
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Direct-to-Shape Printing of
Complex Objects
Phil Collins, Director – Advanced R&D
Global Inkjet Systems Ltd
Dusseldorf – October 2018

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