Additive manufacturing has evolved dramatically in recent years. Composite 3D printing has brought forth parts that rival the strength of aluminum, vastly expanding applications of the technology. What was once useful only for early prototyping can now produce industrial grade tooling, fixtures, and end-use parts.
Join us for a live webinar as we dive into real-world design and manufacturing examples and hear how users have overcome production challenges with 3D printing.
• Robotic arm parts help Haddington Dynamics save time and costs
• Composite vises aid Lean Machine in solving technical machining challenges
• Jet turbine CMM fixtures designed by JJ Churchill improve precision quality inspection
• Omni-directional drive system designed by Hunter High School for a First Robotics competition