Learn How to Reduce Manufacturing Time & Costs in Four EuroMold 2014 Videos

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Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Booth: “Transforming Manufacturing Today” at EuroMold 2014
Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Booth: “Transforming Manufacturing Today” at EuroMold 2014

Additive manufacturing is changing the way we plan, design and produce products. By augmenting traditional manufacturing processes with 3D printed production tools, molds and final parts, additive manufacturing can accelerate delivery times while significantly reducing costs.

This was really brought home at the recent EuroMold 2014 exhibition in Frankfurt where Stratasys presented a host of important manufacturing applications including composite processing tooling, jigs and fixtures, plastic processing tooling, and end use products – with practical examples such as robotic end of arm tools and a Porsche engine.

Porsche engine with carbon fiber parts created using 3D printed soluble cores, presented by Stratasys at EuroMold 2014
Porsche engine with carbon fiber parts created using 3D printed soluble cores, presented by Stratasys
at EuroMold 2014

But just in case you didn’t make it to Frankfurt this year, we filmed four concise application presentations for you with Ryan Sybrant, Senior Manager of Manufacturing Solutions, Stratasys:

Soluble Cores

Final Parts

Jigs and Fixtures

Plastic Processing Tools/Injection Molds

So take a look at these four quick clips and see how 3D printing can transform your production processes, today!

This post is also available in: German

Comments(2)

  • Drew Harrison
    Dec 15, 2014 7:50 PM

    3D printers really changed manufacturing forever. It used to be months from when you drew up a prototype to when you had a possibly functional product. Now you can literally print something overnight and move very quick from start to finish. Thanks for posting this really cool info on the production process!

    • Laurie Carr
      Dec 15, 2014 7:50 PM

      Thanks Drew, glad you enjoyed it!

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