LinkedIn iconTwitter iconYouTube iconAssociationsBig 50Business TechnologyEarningsEconomyMergers & AcquisitionsOperationsSalesStaffing ChangesSupply ChainWorkforceHomeFormlabs, Inc35 Medford stMA 02143United StatesMore from Formlabs, IncHomeCutting Costs & Lead Times for Composite Production With 3D Printed Molds & PatternsDec 31st, 1969ViewWhat You’ll Learn: The benefits of using 3D printing to produce composite parts Two step-by-step workflows for 3D printing patterns for composite mold-making Lessons from Panoz Racing, including specific design considerations and ROI examplesHomeFormlabs_Webinar_OD_600x100Jan 4th, 2019HomeMFG_formlabs_OD_300x250Back by Popular Demand! 3D Printing on the Shop Floor: Finding 5 Opportunities for AdditiveSep 20th, 2018HomeMFG_formlabs_OD_600x100Sep 20th, 2018HomeMFG_formlabs_8-28_300x2503D Printing on the Shop Floor: Finding 5 Opportunities for AdditiveJul 24th, 2018HomeMFG_formlabs_8-28_600x100Jul 24th, 2018HomeMFG_formlabs_2-20_300x250Reducing Lead Times and Costs on the Factory Floor with 3D-Printed Jigs and FixturesJan 11th, 2018HomeMFG_formlabs_2-20_600x100Jan 11th, 2018HomeReducing Lead Times and Costs on the Factory Floor with 3D-Printed Jigs and FixturesViewIn this webinar, we’ll look at how companies leverage low cost, high-resolution desktop 3D printers to produce jigs and fixtures in-house, which minimizes cycle times, shortens supply chains and brings innovation closer to the production floor. We’ll also consider best practices, highlight material options and illustrate methods to make 3D-printed parts go further in a production environment. What You’ll Learn: - How to leverage the unique advantages of 3D-printing materials in manufacturing. - The bottom-line benefits of producing jigs and fixtures in-house. - How to take advantage of 3D-printing’s design freedom to build better jigs and fixtures. - Real-world use cases and recommendations for your applications.