Designing the FutureSavannah College of Art and Design uses automated 3D printing to fulfill students’ creative visions Watch the Video
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A modular, automated FDM 3D manufacturing system with interconnected, high-throughput capabilities. Designed for reliability and repeatability at scalable volumes. Now you can experience continuous build production and high part quality.
100 parts a week or 500 parts a day? The Demonstrator can easily scale to any need with its interconnected print cells, automated workflow and scalable production.
“We can run all nine print engines on one part to speed throughput, or we can run them individually. It gives us greater flexibility to meet the customer’s needs.”
— Mark Neilson, In’Tech Industries
The Stratasys H2000 flips FDM 3D printing on its side to create strong, custom parts and tooling at unlimited lengths. From an automobile armrest to an entire aircraft interior panel, the Stratasys H2000 delivers large, lightweight thermoplastic parts with repeatable mechanical properties.
“We continue to look for new ways to change the way we manufacture and the [Stratasys H2000] opens up opportunities for large-scale fixtures for some of the large parts we have.”
— Ellen Lee, Ford Motor Company
Free from the layer-by-layer approach of previous additive technologies and the limiting processes of conventional composites production, the Robotic Composite enables precise material placement for maximized part strength and build speed. And with no need for support material, post-processing labor and lead time are reduced.
“[The Robotic Composite] enables a whole list of vertical integrations that haven’t been possible until now, from material feeders to automation equipment to robot loaders and unloaders. We can now span the whole vertical automaton framework that is necessary in factories.”
— Roger Hart, Siemens