SYS Systems – to present “The Real Truth about Additive Manufacturing” at the Advanced Engineering Show
SYS Systems -; to present “The Real Truth about Additive Manufacturing” focusing best practices within additive manufacturing, primary applications, the real benefits and a case study from leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus. The presentation will form part of the free to attend “Open Conference” at the Advanced Engineering Show on the 4th and 5th November, at the NEC, Birmingham.
During this session delegates will learn about:
- What additive manufacturing looks like today
- How SYS Systems can support your 3D printing requirements
- Additive Manufacturing -; how does it help your business?
- How the leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus has used 3D printing
- The progress that 3D printing has made in the manufacturing space and what the future holds for the technologies on the production floor
SYS Systems will exhibit on stand number H8, their cost effective, smaller system, the Stratasys Objet30 Pro. The compact system combines the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine with the small footprint of a desktop 3D printer. Powered by PolyJet technology, the Objet30 offers eight different 3D printing materials, among them clear, high-temperature and simulated polypropylene, and features the industry’s best print resolution enabling the production of smooth surfaces, small moving parts and thin walls. With a roomy tray size of 300 — 200 — 150 mm, the Objet30 Pro is ideal for prototyping consumer goods, consumer electronics, medical devices and more.
Also being shown will be the Stratasys Fortus 250mc additive manufacturing machine. The Fortus 250mc works with the powerful insight software that provides the ability to optimise every part for strength, print time and aesthetics. Users are able to specify tool paths, adjust material density, fine-tune part orientation and choose from three available layer resolutions.