Learn how designers and manufacturers aim high with 3D technology
3D printing is vital to Christie Digital’s product development approach, letting engineers complete numerous design iterations quickly and optimize their digital projectors and display products.
Learn how Thogus moved to a small-volume Stratasys 3D printing manufacturing process in order to compete with high-cost fabrication shops.
The increasing prevalence of 3D printing has been accompanied by increasing utilization of these technologies within the realm of Canadian Academia
Toronto’s York University School of Engineering 3D print their prototypes and realize a 30 to 50% cost saving over traditional CNC prototyping.
Promolding specializes in creating high-tech plastic parts using 3D printed injection molds providing lead-time savings of 93% over traditional molding methods.
Jigs tooled from metal are both heavy and difficult to iterate. Ricoh Company, Ltd., use a Stratasys F900 machine to create lighter jigs at a reduced cost.
Trek uses an Objet 3D Printer to create prototypes. The system builds colour parts with clear, tinted and flexible components, all in one print job.
Innodesign brings new products to life with photorealistic 3D printing using a Stratasys J750. They 3D print models in multi-materials with as many colours as their designers can assign
Modelzium is an architectural modeling firm based in Seoul, Korea whose customers include many South Korean architectural firms. The Challenge Traditionally, Modelzium used manual techniques and CNC machines to produce architectural models. However, this process required painful compromises. “We would often omit some parts that required fine details, such as spheres, oval shapes or thin parts,”…