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Developing 3D Printing Standards? There’s an ISO-ASTM Framework for That.

As more large companies turn to 3D printed parts, there’s an increasing need for technical standards. To this end, ISO and ASTM International have jointly developed the Additive Manufacturing Standards Development Structure.
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