Stratasys’ booth will feature an Objet260 Connex3 3D printer building injection molding tools in digital ABS material that will then be installed and run on a Boy injection molding machine. According to the company, 3D printing using its PolyJet technology makes it possible to quickly create custom injection molds that produce low volumes of plastic parts. This is especially useful for prototypes, which can then be created onsite in just hours, from mold design to final test product.
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The new facility is planned to include twice the square footage, including a dedicated additive technology tech center.