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’s complex surface geometry for the plastic

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According to the Center for Advanced Design (CAD), a product development firm in Minnesota, a team of design engineers creating ‘complex surface geometry for the plastics industry. The agile team of six handles everything from industrial design.’

The Center for Advanced Design 3D Prints Rapid Prototypes with Stratasys