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3D Printed Jigs and 3D Printed Fixtures

Learn how 3D printed jigs and 3D printed fixtures can reduce production costs while improving design freedom.

Meet demand like never before.

When convenience and quality come together in manufacturing, the results speak for themselves. The ability to create 3D printed jigs and 3D printed fixtures in-house, whenever you need them, reduces cost, improves safety and boosts efficiency.

If you want to learn more about the breadth of benefits our customers have seen by switching to 3D printed fixtures, download our solution guide below.

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Customer Success Stories

Learn the variety of benefits that Stratasys customers are gaining by utilizing 3D printing technology to create 3D printed CMM fixtures, assembly fixtures and custom fixtures.

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Christopher Tool: 3D Printed CMM Fixtures

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Oreck: 3D printed Assembly Fixtures

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Christopher Tool: 3D Printed Laser Marking Fixtures

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Cut costs for increased profitability.

Additive manufacturing creates jigs and fixtures faster, and at a lower cost than current manufacturing methods, without compromising on quality or performance. With quick turnarounds, part consolidation and near labor-free production, 3D printed tools produce dramatic cost savings.

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Reduce your
development cycle.

Reduce your 3d printed jigs development cycle from months to
weeks. With printed prototypes and GrabCAD
Print integration, it’s easier than ever to fast-
track the design cycle. And with developments
in durable materials, you can continue to meet
rigorous manufacturing requirements.

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Customize for improved
ergonomics and safety.

Create strong, lightweight jigs and 3d printed fixtures,
easily customized for the application, better
ergonomics and operator safety.

“We can produce a lightweight and robust tool 66% faster than with CNC machining. This part of the project was completed ahead of time and reduced manufacturing cost by over 50%.”

Tooling applications.

assembly fixtures

Assembly fixtures

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inspection fixtures

Inspection fixtures

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end of arm tooling

End-of-arm tooling (EOAT)

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Materials.

With our materials, you can move beyond using 3D printing for prototyping. Print the tools themselves, choosing from a range of composite materials perfectly suited to your application.

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FDM TPU 92A

FDM TPU 92A is a thermoplastic polyurethane for flexible elastomer parts.

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FDM Nylon 12CF

FDM Nylon 12CF

FDM Nylon 12CF (carbon filled) features the highest strength-to-weight ratio and stiffness of any FDM material.

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ASA

ASA is similar to ABS but is UV resistant and produces a smoother printed surface.

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FDM Printers for jigs and fixtures.

Whether your tooling needs are big or small, simple or complex, our printers and materials make the process easy, reliable and cost-effective.

F123CR - FDM Composite-Ready 3D Printer

F123CR

Stratasys F123 Series Composite Ready 3D Printers offer carbon fiber and industrial engineer grade thermoplastics to produce strong durable parts for various industries.

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Fortus450mc

Fortus 450mc

The Fortus 450mc builds parts in the materials you’re familiar with, but with the advanced complexity and high requirements needed for today’s manufacturers.

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f900 3d printer

F900

The F900 is a proven workhorse, it provides manufacturers with reliable, repeatable production for large parts or big print jobs.

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F3300 3D printer

F3300

Built for Manufacturing, F3300 redefines FDM technology with benchmark reliability and quality and up to twice the print speed of competitive platforms.

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Ask our experts how you can benefit from 3D printed jigs and fixtures and create customized tools on-demand more cost-effectively than machined tools.

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Request a sample of 3D printed carbon fiber-reinforced nylon to see for yourself opportunities for more efficient tooling.

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stratasys helps experts

Ask our experts how you can benefit from 3D printed jigs and fixtures and create customized tools on-demand more cost-effectively than machined tools.

3d fixtures samples

Request a sample of 3D printed carbon fiber-reinforced nylon to see for yourself opportunities for more efficient tooling.