New CAD Survey Invite3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing Survey (Invitation)

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Complete this survey on 3D Printing.

Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned  in this new survey on 3D Printing /  Additive Manufacturing. The survey also covers design topics that can help such as scan / polygon data.

How can 3D printing help? What should you consider when selecting solutions? What steps should you take to adopt it? When during the development process should you think about 3D printing? Can scanned and polygon data help?

These are the types of questions we are exploring in this survey. We would like to learn about your experience and hear your advice.

  • If you already completed the survey  –> please share with a colleague or on social media using the “Share/Save” buttons above.
  • If you haven’t taken the survey  –> please:

    CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY NOW!3D Print Survey prize

Complete the survey and receive a free copy of the final report.
In addition, 20 respondents will win a $20 Amazon gift card. See rules and eligibility requirements below.

This survey takes 10 minutes to complete.

Rules

To be eligible for the Amazon gift card offer, you must complete the survey. You must also be a professional with job responsibilities related to or supporting the development, release, or manufacture of products. Vendors and consultants who sell software, solutions, or services to support product development are not eligible. In addition, Students without relevant professional work experience are also not eligible. To verify eligibility, you must include a valid work email. So that we may confirm this, your work email must include the domain of your place of employment. Email addresses will be kept confidential and will not be used for any direct sales or marketing purposes. Duplicate responses will be disqualified. We will notify winners when the survey closes.

SPEAK YOUR MIND

  1. At the moment 3D Printing offers a cost effective way to produce spare parts on demand for the automotive industry that avoids having to inventory large numbers of parts that could become obsolete due to engineeringing changes.

    • Great point Charlie! Thank you for raising it. I completely agree this is a great benefit of 3D printing!

      Michelle

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