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Technology Overview for Directed-Energy Deposition 3D Printing

Published: 09 June 2014

ID: G00263862

Analyst(s): Pete Basiliere, Zalak Shah

Summary

Understanding the applications and limitations of each of the seven technologies that are broadly called 3D printing is critical for CIOs and business leaders who wrestle with differentiating among them and taking advantage of the potential opportunities that each technology offers.

Table Of Contents

What You Need to Know

Analysis

  • Technology Description
  • Technology Definition
  • Standards
  • Uses
  • Technology Alternatives
  • Selection Guidelines
  • Price Performance
  • Technology Providers

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