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How to Calculate ROI and Build a Business Case For SLS 3D Printing

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Learn about all of the factors that go into the total cost of ownership and the cost per part in SLS 3D printing. Discover the nuances to ensure that you are estimating your cost per part as accurately as possible.

What you will learn:

Learn how to estimate the total cost of ownership and cost per part in selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing. In this webinar, you will learn the major factors driving cost per part when using SLS 3D printing for low and medium volume applications. Our experts will also showcase how calculating cost per part for powder bed fusion systems like SLS 3D printing is unique compared to other fabrication techniques.

Fuse Series 3D printers offer a lower cost per part than industrial 3D printers and can offer the most affordable method for producing high-quality, durable, end-use parts. Join us to learn more about how hardware, job setup, post-processing, automation, software, and more can help you to optimize your 3D printing production workflow.

You’ll learn:
  • Calculating cost per part and cost of ownership for SLS and powder bed fusion 3D printers
  • Examples of low and medium volume applications
  • How Fuse Series 3D printers offer the most affordable cost per part in SLS 3D printing

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Webinar Speakers


Chris Haid

Hardware Product Manager

Chris Haid is an SLS Hardware Product Manager at Formlabs. He has spent the last 10 years in the 3D printing industry developing solutions for users ranging from industrial manufacturers to students. Prior to his work in the 3D printing industry, Chris studied mechanical engineering at MIT. Chris now guides the development of Formlabs' SLS products to better serve customer needs through continuous improvement and delivery of new products.