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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.

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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Milwaukee Engineering Students Test Elastomer Material

Milwaukee Engineering Students Test Elastomer Material

The learning doesn’t stop with the Additive Lab Consortium at Milwaukee School of Engineering. Students at the school recently got a chance to test out the new Stratasys TPU 92A 3D printing material on their F123 3D printer. Take a look at some of the advantages the material is bringing to the school and their partners, including 47 manufacturing companies like Kohler, Snap-on Tools and Master Lock.

Stratasys Connex3 Series 3D Printers

Stratasys Connex3 Series 3D Printers

The Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 and Objet350 Connex3 are the world’s first triple jetting photopolymer 3D printer. They can 3D print in multiple colours and materials leaving designers with the ability to create beautiful prototypes with varying degrees of material properties including rubber, rigid, transparent, opaque, vibrant, and bio-compatible. The smooth surface finish and ultra-fine accuracy of PolyJet technology will give your parts the look and feel of true production parts, and the ability to print up to 82 material properties into a single build means no costly material changeovers and extensive post-processing.