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A valuable and disruptive solution.

Composite fabrication tooling has been looking for a catalyst to bring it into the future, the answer is Fused Deposition Modeling. FDM has proven to be beneficial in operations such as trimming, drilling, assembly, bonding, and inspection. Those benefits include reduced lead time and cost, design simplification, and ease of fabrication and use.

Over the next thirteen pages, we're going to be discussing FDM ancillary tooling for composite fabrication. We'll discuss design considerations, material selection, tool build orientation, inserts, and application examples. By learning about applications, such as profile trimming jigs, CNC machining fixtures, vacuum holding fixtures used for CNC machining, and ergonomic tool cradles, you'll be able to figure out how to apply this incredible technology to your business. 

In the long run, you'll be saving your business time and money, making you more productive and cost efficient, which is what everyone wants for their business. Download the whitepaper to learn more about FDM ancillary tooling for composite fabrication.

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