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22nd February 2018, Eden Prairie, MN

Additive manufacturing in action at JEC World

Hollow inlet duct by Swift Engineering, created using the Stratasys FDM-printed sacrificial tooling solution. © StratasysAs the only additive manufacturing solutions provider at JEC World 2018, Stratasys will provide visitors with the opportunity to see the Fortus 450mc Production 3D Printer running live on in Hall 6 at stand G59, demonstrating the ability to rapidly address high-temperature composite applications in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional production methods.

The company’s development of high-temperature materials the increased throughput of its production 3D printers, enable the manufacture of high-temperature lay-up/sacrificial tooling in hours or days, rather than the weeks or months it would take to produce and procure tooling made from traditional methods. 3D printed tooling also offers disruptive cost-savings compared to traditional tooling materials and numerous other less quantified benefits, such as dramatic weight savings.

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