Stratasys’ additive manufacturing technology hightlights in aerospace and automotive sectors

airbusStratasys will demonstrate how its additive manufacturing technology is transforming the face of manufacturing within the aerospace and automotive sectors at Composites Europe (22-24th September, Stuttgart, Germany). Showcasing a spectrum of prototype and production-parts, Stratasys (Hall 7, Stand E47) invites visitors to witness how its engineered plastics are meeting the demand for lightweight parts with enhanced functionality across a multitude of aerospace and automotive applications.

“Composites Europe represents the ideal platform on which to demonstrate the manufacturing efficiencies achievable with Stratasys technology,” says Wolfgang Kochan, General Manager DACH Region at Stratasys. “Thanks to the advanced properties of our materials, users within the aerospace and automotive sectors can now produce much lighter parts far more quickly and cost-effectively. This not only helps bring vehicles to market faster but can also increase their overall performance.”

Visitors to Stratasys’ stand can see live up-close demonstrations of both FDM and PolyJet-based solutions which meet the application needs of users not only within automotive and aerospace, but also in industries such as medical and consumer goods.

Offering the choice of nine high-performance thermoplastics, the Fortus 450mc Production System highlights the power of direct digital manufacturing for low-volume production. Meanwhile, those looking for advanced prototyping need look no further than the Objet30 Prime – the only desktop 3D printer that works with 12 materials, among them, flexible options including rubber.

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