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Stratasys will demonstrate how its additive manufacturing solutions are driving efficiencies for manufacturers across an array of factory-floor applications

Stratasys to Demonstrate Additive Manufacturing at formnext
Stratasys to Demonstrate Additive Manufacturing at formnext

This year’s formnext will see leading 3D printing provider, Stratasys demonstrate how its advanced 3D printing technologies are transforming the face of product development and manufacturing. Showcasing examples from automotive to aerospace; medical to consumer goods and electronics, visitors will hear how companies are disrupting their traditional manufacturing processes – from prototyping to tooling, through injection molding and final part production – enabling them to become more productive, efficient and profitable.

Stratasys will demonstrate how its additive manufacturing solutions are driving efficiencies for manufacturers across an array of factory-floor applications. Visitors will be able to hear how world-leading names such as Airbus, Opel, BMW and Schneider Electric, are utilizing 3D printing to transform traditional manufacturing processes such as composite tooling, injection molding and robust final part production. The company will also highlight how its FDM and PolyJet technologies are streamlining the design cycle and securing substantial efficiencies within concept modeling and advanced prototyping applications. Visitors will discover how Stratasys customers are reducing their time-to-market with realistic prototypes that combine rigid, flexible, and transparent colour materials, as well as those who are witnessing staggering time and cost savings through integration of PolyJet technology within the injection molding process.

Posted on November 9, 2016 - (490 views)
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