The best way to learn how to improve manufacturing results and overcome production barriers, is visiting the Stratasys booth, at formnext 2016 in Frankfurt, November 15 – 18.
In the special Innovation area, visitors will be treated to a unique virtual 3D printing experience that marks the European premiere of the Stratasys Infinite-Build and Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrators. In cooperation with the involvement of Boeing, Ford and Siemens, the 3D Demonstrators break barriers in part performance and production efficiency; the Virtual Reality Experience enables visitors to explore these technologies in a unique interactive environment and examine real parts produced by both systems.
The Innovation Corner additionally features the latest design-to-3D print workflow applications including the open architecture GrabCAD Print. As always, the Stratasys stand will showcase today’s most demanded customer-driven applications:
Concept Prototyping enabling designers to produce their first brilliant ideas quickly and cost-effectively on Stratasys compact 3D printers.
In the Advanced Prototyping area, visitors will learn how to create photorealistic prototypes that can be used for concept modeling, design verification and functional performance. Both Stratasys PolyJet-based full color, multi-material applications and FDM-based Fortus systems will be demonstrated with engineering-grade materials, fast print speeds and easy to navigate workflows.
Learn how Stratasys 3D Printing is transforming digital fabrication in the Manufacturing area where visitors will find 3D printing of durable injection molds for testing designs before mass production, together with durable, lightweight manufacturing aids, composite tools, sacrificial tools and final production parts in production-grade thermoplastics.