3D printing and carbon fiber materials have come a long way in recent years.
With all new composite ready 3D printers and access to new materials with a wide range of applications, you can supplement your fixture and part fabrication to gain speed, throughput and cost benefits.
Watch as TriMech’s Hardware Application Engineer, Andrew Miller, uncovers the major differences between the Stratasys F370 and the new Stratasys F370CR. Learn more about the reliable Stratasys Carbon Fiber 3D Printing technology and how to take advantage of the variety of applications and materials offered.
During this Carbon Fiber 3D Printing Webinar you will learn:
- Key differences in the two printers
- A look at both printer up close
- Key applications
This TriMech Solution Webinar is presented by:
Andrew Miller, Hardware Application Engineer
Andrew has been an Additive Solutions Consultant (or Hardware Applications Engineer) with TriMech for a year now out of the eastern MA area. After getting his degree in Mechanical Engineering he worked in the aerospace industry for 2 years as a fracture control specialist before joining the additive manufacturing industry. He is a co-author of 2 publications about metal 3D printed heat exchangers and is currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University earning a Masters in Material Science & Nanotechnology. Andrew is moving his career towards integrating nanotechnology with metal additive manufacturing in the near future.
Supplement your fixture and part fabrication with FDM composite 3D printing to gain speed, throughput, and cost benefits with a Stratasys F123CR 3D Printer.