Pat Carey

3D printing and ´Biommimics material.

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According to Stratasys´s Senior Vice President of Products and Solutions, Pat Carey, “Creating a jig or fixture takes two or three hours. Look at some of these projects our customers are working on; look what we just announced with Boom [Supersonic], where they announced that they’re 3D printing a thousand fixtures. If they took three hours each and we can now make that three seconds, you can imagine the savings.”

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Automated Jig And Fixture Generation Eases 3D Printing Onto The Factory Floor

3D printing companies Stratasys and nTopology working together

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According to Stratasys Senior Vice President of Products and Solutions Pat Carey, “nTopology’s software for additive design is a powerful pairing with our additive manufacturing systems, so it was clear we should work together. Our analysis shows manufacturing applications are currently seeing the most growth in our industry, from $2.8 billion in 2015 to $25 billion in 2025, so we focused our first Collaboration on serving that segment. Companies want to move faster – to be able to adapt to change – and pure digital manufacturing gives them that agility.”

nTopology and Stratasys Collaborate to Automate the Design of Manufacturing Aids for the Factory Floor