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Seuffer - Streamlining Injection Molding with 3D Printed Tools

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Published on Oct 17, 2013

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Seuffer, which began in Germany in 1766 as a spoon-making smithery, is today a leading manufacturer of parts for the automotive and household appliances industries.

Always on the look out for new technologies that will improve efficiency and profitability, Seuffer adopted 3D printing to produce injection molding tools.

In this short video you will see how 3D printed tools are helping Seuffer revolutionize product design and manufacturing. Don't miss the last segment where you see a 3D printed tool side by side with a conventional CNC milled tool.

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