The Connex3’s ability to shift between detailed, high-concept
prototypes and tough production applications make it an invaluable addition to any company’s production floor.
Most physical objects, both natural and manufactured, are composed of multiple materials. But producing realistic multi-material models requires a multi-step process that grows more costly as additional fabrication, assembly, and finishing steps are introduced. This makes realistic prototypes and complex tools difficult and expensive to produce.
By combining multiple colors and materials in a single 3D printed model, Connex3 changes what’s possible and feasible with limited time and budgets.
In this white paper, you’ll learn about the possibilities for:
- Realistic multi-material models and prototypes
- Strong manufacturing aids and prototype tooling using Digital ABS
“We color-coded four versions of a part made in one print job. It was a simple way to make part identification easy.”
– Patrick Zeigel, engineering tech, Trek