As places start slowly opening back up in the coming weeks and months, we know companies want to hit the ground running and kick start their production. Leveraging 3D printing can make the biggest impact thanks to design freedom, adaptability and labor free fabrication abilities.
About This On-Demand Webinar
In our webinar, TriMech Lead 3D Printing Application Engineer, Ricky Shannon, and Application Engineer, Alex Pestana, explore how FDM printing solutions can make huge impacts on production when paired with high-performing materials. They focus on the power and abilities the Stratasys F370 3D printer can bring to your company, without diverting any bandwidth from your company’s tool room. Then, they dive into the new Diran material, which was designed from the ground up for the production of assembly tooling. Plus, TriMech was able to conduct early experiments with this new material and you get a first look at their findings and how Diran works for tooling applications.
In this webinar, Ricky and Alex teach you how:
- The F370’s versatility can impact the factory floor
- The new Stratasys material, Diran 410MF07, is ideal for assembly tooling and why it’s the best choice
- 3D printing can add flexibility to your manufacturing capabilities
- Additive manufacturing can be used to supplement your company’s tool-room throughput
- Advanced polymers are a great alternative to aluminum in many tooling roles
Interested in learning more? Check out our article, Why Choose FDM for Production Parts.