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Making 3D Printed Parts “Real”

Since Stereolithography (SLA) was first introduced in the 1980’s, Rapid Prototyping (RP) technologies – now being called Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies – have had a profound impact on the product design/development process across many industries. Objet offers a wide range of materials from rigid to flexible, high temperature and clear that allow engineers to replicate their CAD Design into a physical part. The advancement in technology not only allows for high detail accuracy but parts that simulate the “real thing”. This presentation from Dan Anderson (GreatBatch Medical) and Objet will explore the various applications and benefits associated with Objet technology.

Attendees will learn:

  • Objet Multi Material offering and commons uses
  • Time and Cost saving opportunities using Polyjet technology
  • Example applications
  • Questions and Answers on Objet machinery and capabilities

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