White Paper: Manufacturing & Prototyping

How Unique Cable and Connector Solutions are Taking 3D Printing to New Levels

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Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is decades old but the industry today is quite challenging. 3D printing enables rapid prototyping, quick-turn designs, and the ability to quickly scale in industrial, consumer, and high-risk markets. The industry enables what was only dreamed of years ago.

This paper begins with a teardown of a consumer desktop 3D printer, focusing on answers to questions such as how to make the most sufficient design for a particular end product, and how to move from power to the control to subsystems. How are all these subsystems synched together? How does the printer interact with the user — is it through a touchscreen, switches, or other inputs? How does it interact with the outside world — through Wi-Fi connectivity?

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