By Della Domingo
Using the SEMA Garage’s new Fortus 450mc 3-D printer, members are able to print functional prototypes in up to nine different materials as large as 16x14x16 in.
New materials in the 3-D printing industry are making additive manufacturing relevant for more businesses. With materials such as Nylon 12CF and TPU 92A, prototypes and products that are flexible and durable with a high stiffness-to-weight ratio can be 3-D printed quickly, easily and affordably.
To learn about these new materials and current trends in 3-D printing, sign up for the free, half-day seminar presented by Stratasys at the SEMA Garage, Tuesday, July 30. During “Additive Manufacturing in Automotive,” participants will hear and see firsthand how 3-D printing saves time and money, and is easier than many may realize. Lunch is included, as well as tours of the SEMA Garage.