The interest and expectations on the development and applications of additive manufacturing for finished parts production are very high.
The explosion of this phenomenon, especially in recent times, leads us to question the true impact of this technology on business models related to the traditional manufacturing context.
This trend is increasingly supported by the supply of technical materials that allow to have functional parts and consistent with end applications.
PEEK, for example, is widely used and selected by industry for its remarkable properties. For many years it has been transformed with traditional production techniques.
But making parts in PEEK with additive manufacturing techniques will really replace subtractive methods?
The answer in this White Paper.