3D Printing Jigs and Fixtures for a Reliable, Cost-Effective Factory Floor

May 22

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Advances in 3D printing materials are making it possible to 3D print jigs and fixtures that can withstand the rigors of manufacturing to reduce costs, shorten development time, and create more efficient production workflows from design engineer to manufacturing floor technician. 

Learn how companies leverage low cost, high resolution desktop 3D printers and advanced 3D printing materials to produce jigs and fixtures in-house, shortening supply chains, and bringing innovation closer to the production floor. 

Primary Topics: 
- How to leverage the advantages of advanced 3D printing materials 
- How to design jigs and fixtures that take advantage of 3D printing’s design freedom 
- Real-world use cases and recommendations for your applications 

Presenter: Andrew Edman 
Andrew Edman is an applications engineer at Formlabs focused on using additive technologies to create value in manufacturing and industrial workflows, like using 3D-printed tooling to bridge from prototype to production. 

Prior to Formlabs, Andrew worked as a design and engineering consultant, helping startups and Fortune 500 companies develop products from concept through to scale manufacturing.