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How 3-D printing works for farm equipment parts

In the October issue of Farm Industry News, we brought you an in-depth look at how 3-D printing works and how it's already being used by some agricultural equipment manufacturers.

Read the full story here.

Here we bring you a visual tour of the steps of 3-D printing that eventually make a part to be used on a piece of equipment, along with some examples of the parts at work. The process makes prototyping a lot faster and cheaper, and the cost for 3-D printers is coming down to levels that consumers may be able to afford.

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