Across industries from life sciences to electronics, ultra-high resolution and precision parts are often required for innovation – especially when that innovation is driven by miniaturization. As products and technology get smaller, so do the intricacies of the parts that are the sum of the whole. Many engineers and product designers are turning to 3D printing to manufacture these highly precise, small-scale parts. Additive manufacturing is lately proving to be an efficient option when compared to traditional molding.