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Aerosport Additive turns to ETEC and Adaptive3D to revolutionize the 3D printing of rubber parts

Aerosport Additive turns to ETEC and Adaptive3D to revolutionize the 3D printing of rubber parts

Aerosport Additive is an Ohio-based service bureau that produces prototypes and working models for the automotive, aerospace, military, electronics and consumer industries. This company turned to DLP technology to expand its portfolio.

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ETEC® Envision One™

ETEC® Envision One™

The ETEC EnvisionOne™ is a desktop continuous DLP 3D printer for the rapid production of strong, fully-isotropic end-use parts.

ETEC Xtreme 8K large format DLP 3D printer

ETEC® Xtreme 8K

ETEC® Xtreme 8K

The ETEC Xtreme 8K large-format DLP 3D printer is designed for the volume production of end-use polymer parts. With its industry-leading build volume, incredibly high speed, accuracy, and wide range of compatible materials based on long-chain molecule chemistry, you can produce fully isotropic and stable end-use parts in the thousands per day.  

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Desktop Metal® Fiber™

Desktop Metal® Fiber™

FiberTM is the world’s first desktop 3D printer that lets users build high-resolution parts with the industrial-grade continuous fiber composite materials used in automated fiber placement (AFP) processes.
Users can print parts of exceptional strength and stiffness (twice the strength of steel at 20% of the weight), in a broad range of materials that previously required million-dollar AFP systems. All from their desktop.

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Built-Rite Tool & Die

Built-Rite Tool & Die

Built-Rite Tool and Die, a design and mold-making firm, specializes in projects with complex requirements. Their expertise in precision mold manufacturing and plastic injection molding leads them to take on mold design challenges that require extensive planning and execution. With the Desktop Metal Studio 3D printer, the design team can reduce print with closed-cell infill reducing overall material usage and lightweight parts within the mold assembly without impacting wear resistance needed for tooling applications.