Well, I'm back in the office catching up from a great trip to Euromold. On the last day of the conference/expo I had a chance to dedicate time with Tamar Steinson from Stratasys educating myself even further with the polyjet injection molding process. Tamar showed Mark Abshire and myself a great presentation describing the steps involved to make a successful injection mold tool from polyjet technology. Mark and I had a chance to speak to the gentleman that Tamar's presentation was built around. We asked "Jim" how he previously was working through his low volume production and how easy it was to adapt this technology. Jim mentioned how much time and money this process has saved his company. His company is finding more uses every day, not to mention the short implementaion time. I thought I would wrap things up with some random photos while walking around the exhibit floor.
polyjet vero white part with water soluble supports removed
injection mold tool samples
part built with Connex500 3 color printer
arcam metal part
real scale color model for the medical industry
metal printed parts
fdm nylon brace
rover with 3D printed metal parts
Sr. Application Engineer
Computer Aided Technology, Inc.