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Manufacturing Tooling Streamline production and customize on the fly Quick, low-volume tooling and custom fixtures give manufacturers the flexibility to embrace more opportunities, act faster and shrink the cost and risk associated with traditional production.
Find your manufacturing tooling application
Performance 3D Production Systems build manufacturing tooling in production-grade materials, including high-performance engineering thermoplastics like ULTEM 9085. With FDM Technology, you can produce jigs, fixtures, tool masters and even low-volume production tooling in-house in hours or days.
Precision 3D Production Systems produce tool masters with fine feature detail and smooth surfaces right out of the build chamber. Low-volume production tooling means you can create prototypes from the same process and materials that you’ll use for the final product, and bring new products to market even while you wait for the final tooling to arrive from the machine shop.
Low-volume production tooling means you can create prototypes from the same process and materials that you’ll use for the final product, and bring new products to market even while you wait for the final tooling to arrive from the machine shop.
- Blow Molding
- End of Arm Tooling
- Fiber Layup
- Investment Casting
- LSR Molding
- Metal Hydroforming
- Modular Fixtures
- Molded Fiber
- Polystyrene Molds
- RTV Molding
- Sand Casting
- Soluble Cores
- Spin Casting
Optimized assembly tools, made to order
Improve manufacturing efficiency with job-specific jigs and assembly fixtures, 3D printed on demand in just hours. 3D printing tools directly from CAD data, on-demand, saves time, lowers costs and reduces inventory requirements. In addition, you can easily create customized lightweight, ergonomic tools that increase workflow efficiency.
3D printed Injection molds
Imagine producing injection molds without costly CNC tools. With Stratasys thermoplastics and photopolymers, you can quickly 3D print injection molds to evaluate prototype parts or produce low volumes of end use parts. This is especially useful to test the design, fit and function of products before mass production. If changes are required, new mold iterations can be 3D printed in just a few hours at minimal cost.
3D print customized, low volume durable parts with fine details and smooth surface finishes
Stratasys additive manufacturing enables you to 3D print strong, functional final parts on demand directly from CAD data. Because the part is created digitally layer by layer, complex geometries and sophisticated features that would be difficult to produce using traditional manufacturing methods are now easily achieved with Stratasys additive manufacturing. Producing end use parts with Stratasys technology not only dramatically reduces your production costs and delivery times, it also reduces inventory while creating exciting new supply chain efficiencies and new business models.