Schneider and Stratasys partner for molds and tooling, demonstrating 3D printing's potential outside traditional industries

Schneider Electric and Stratasys recently announced a partnership aimed at expanding Schneider’s use of 3D printing to include injection molds for electronic components and tooling for assembly. The components are printed using Stratasys’ fused deposition modeling (FDM) technology. By switching from...

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