Staub Additive offers many 3D Printing applications as solutions to the complex problems of your business. Here is how our customers are using this technology.
Concept modeling lets small design and engineering firms extend their reach by testing out more ideas and developing only the right projects.
For large companies, concept modeling within departments — or even in individual cubicles — is a way to hone ideas before presenting them to superiors. 3D printed concept models are valuable communication tools, conveying ideas to colleagues, clients and marketers in a way that a computer model never could.
In addition to the R&D services we offer, many of our customers have taken advantage of fixturing opportunities. Across our shop we’ve created custom fixtures that organize our work environment and increase our efficiency. We’ve made measurement fixtures, product assembly fixtures, and even custom component containers. Your imagination is the only limit on how you can take advantage of this technology.
Get to market faster by building prototypes quickly in-house. Correct errors and make improvements early in the design process when it’s least costly.
For functional prototypes in production-grade thermoplastics such as ABS, PC, and Ultem, our customers are using our FDM technology. Tough prototypes and custom test fixtures will help you take functional testing to a new level for superior performance data and certification confidence.
We’ve got the brand new Connex3 from Stratasys. For amazingly realistic prototypes with the look and feel of your next finished product, including soft-touch parts, multiple colors, clear components, living hinges, and shock absorption, put PolyJet technology to work.
FDM technology is well-suited for small batch production of custom parts. Because parts are made from true thermoplastics, the materials are ones that have been tried and tested for years. They also have FST ratings and are tested for strength, heat deflection, and stress. If you need less than a few hundred parts produced, 3D Printing can often be your best solution. Just as importantly, you can design parts that could never be machined. We can help you economize your order and part characteristics in order to give you the most value for your money.
We can build manufacturing tooling in production-grade thermoplastics. With FDM technology, you can produce jigs, fixtures, tool masters and even low-volume production tooling in-house in hours or days.
Stratasys PolyJet technology produces tool masters with fine feature detail and smooth surfaces right out of the build chamber.
Our customers are using our Connex3 to create cutaway sales models. With fine detail and ability to print in color, our PolyJet parts can really make an impression on a prospective customer.