April 17, 2013 - Rockford, IL - Posted by PBC News
3D Printing, Scanning, and Machining - PBC Linear Featured in Design World
PBC Linear motion and mechatronic solutions are featured in Design World’s April issue in an article entitled “5 Considerations for Scanning, Printing, and Subtractive Machining Design”.
Understanding the differences between guide rails, bearings, power transmission, electronics, and creating a manufacturable design are key in producing the quality output the market demands.
Learn more at the links below.
View digital flip book version here: http://www.designworld-digital.com/designworld/april_2013#pg2
Learn more about printing, scanning, machining platform solutions at PBC Linear’s Industry Resource page: http://www.pbclinear.com/Pages/Industries/Print,-Scan,-Etch
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