A multiple 3D printer set-up, or stack, will improve the effectiveness of the design process and ultimately open-up all kinds of creativity for design engineers while remaining cost-effective. But what is a stack? …

… Working with connected printers through one computer system or a network saves time when compared with multiple individual systems; everything can be controlled from a single environment.

While one 3D printer will enable you to grasp the concept and evolution of the design, using a stacked multi-printer system will greatly enhance your options. From fast and rapid prototyping to creating bespoke parts for clients on a small production line, a stacked 3D printer system has great advantages.

If you’re looking for a way to improve the design process and enhance design ideas, check out the possibilities that are open to you with a stacked 3D printer system.

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