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Meet demand like never before.

When convenience and quality come together in
manufacturing, the results speak for themselves. Being able to
3D print jigs and fixtures whenever you need them reduces
cost, improves safety and boosts efficiency. Prepare to meet
demand like never before.

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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.

Reduce your
development cycle.

Reduce your 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.

Customize for improved
ergonomics and safety.

Create strong, lightweight jigs and 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%.”

 

Darío González Fernández
Indaero CEO

 

Tooling applications.


 

Assembly fixtures.


 

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Inspection fixtures.


 

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End-of-arm tooling (EOAT).


 

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Boost productivity.
Reduce costs.

Liberty Electronics uses 3D printing to save time and cost in custom tooling.

See how they achieved 85% cost savings on 3D printed parts vs outsourcing.*

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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.
 


 

FDM TPU 92A.

The elasticity of TPU 92A makes it a good option for conformal locating jigs and paint masks.

 

 

 

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Nylon 12CF.

This carbon fiber-reinforced thermoplastic offers superior strength and rigidity, making it a lightweight alternative to heavier metal tooling.

 

 

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ASA.

ASA thermoplastic is UV-resistant, comes in a broad range of colors and provides a superior finish when tooling aesthetics, surface finish or color identification are important.

 

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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.

F123 Series.
Our F123 Series printers provide the most
accessible, easy-to-use industrial grade 3D printers.

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Fortus 380 CF.
When the job demands exclusive production
of accurate, high-strength parts for tough
applications, rely on the Fortus 380mc Carbon
Fiber Edition.

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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.
Built for manufacturing, the F900 provides the consistency and reliability for large parts or big print jobs.

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