Will It Vibe? 3D Printing Shock and Vibration Test

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How much continuous vibration can nine 3D printed test samples withstand? Watch our latest engineering challenge to see which 3D printed processes and material combinations will vibe. In our latest engineering challenge video, Director of Application Engineering, Greg Paulsen, puts nine 3D printing processes and material combinations to the test. Can they withstand continuous, repetitive motion? Watch now to see which parts will vibe and survive. ----------- Connect with Us: Get an Instant Quote: http://hubs.ly/H03SSxl0 Twitter: http://hubs.ly/H03SSwf0 Facebook: http://hubs.ly/H03SRMT0 LinkedIn: http://hubs.ly/H03SSwZ0 ------------ About Xometry: Xometry provides 24/7 access to instant quoting and manufacturing feedback on precision CNC Machining, 3D Printing, Sheet Metal Fabrication, Urethane Casting, and Injection Molding services. Our Dynamic Manufacturing Partner Network ensures consistently fast lead times, low prices and efficient delivery, and we provide live support from our project engineering team via email, phone, or online chat to help you get exactly what you need. ------------ “Inspired” Kevin MacLeod incompetech.com, Creative Commons License 3.0 License

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