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Workers at Advantage Engineering feel challenged, appreciated, and cared for – and when new workers come in, they train them and set them up for success for a long-term career in manufacturing.
Before MJF, companies that outsourced the manufacturing of some of its parts to China reaped a significant cost advantage. In the Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) era, that might not be true anymore.
General Motors’ annual Supplier Quality Excellence Awards recognized Advantage Engineering for its performance in the calendar year 2020.
Can parts printed using HP MJF be painted in the post-processing phase to deliver different colors. The answer? A loud, resounding yes!
If you’ve ever wondered about intellectual property rights (and violations) in light of additive manufacturing, you need to broaden your horizons before you learn more.
Every part and product has different needs and uses, and hence, must be matched to a specific type of manufacturing process that delivers on expectations.
For companies that want the best products, going the extra mile means finding a manufacturer whose capabilities extend beyond machining. Some jobs require craftsmanship and experience – and Advantage Engineering can deliver.
Post-processing of 3D printed parts is still done manually, leading to labor-related challenges including quality, speed, and consistency. Here’s how Advantage Engineering tackles this with sophisticated, automated equipment.
Companies that are concerned about doing their part to save the environment must think about the materials they use when additively manufacturing their products.