Toolmaking With Material Extrusion: Advantages, Materials and Designs

Material extrusion additive manufacturing is well known as a good choice for producing jigs, fixtures, and increasingly, end-use parts. Another growing area of impact is in toolmaking, including thermoforming, blow molding, and even injection molding. High performance materials can be leveraged to produce molds capable of withstanding hundreds to thousands of shots, giving manufacturers advantages in cost and time-to-tool and potentially reducing indirect costs like inventory and storage. In this webinar, we dive into the capabilities of AM for tool production, criteria for suitable material selection, and basic design considerations.

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