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How to Save Cost and Weight with 3D Printed End of Arm Tooling

Live Virtual Event

Learn how 3D printing can be used to create End of Arm Tooling (EOAT) that is strong and lightweight with tremendous design freedom. Topics covered include:

  • Examples of various EOAT applications
  • Selecting materials ranging from soft-touch to strong and stiff
  • How to design and print integrated pneumatics into EOAT
  • How to design 3D printed EOAT

Date: September 3, 2020
Time: 11:00 – 11:30 AM EDT
Presenter: Andrew Roderick | Lead Applications & Sales Engineer – Additive Manufacturing

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How to Assemble 3D Printed MJF Parts with Traditional Plastic Joining Technologies

Learn about welding and assembly of 3D printed Multi Jet Fusion parts with plastic joining technologies. Participants can expect to learn…

  • How to use several different plastic assembly technologies (laser welding, hot plate welding, staking, etc.) to create functional assemblies with 3D printed MJF parts
  • How welded MJF parts compare to the performance of welded injection molded parts
  • Material compatibility considerations
  • A framework for understanding primary and secondary plastic manufacturing processes
  • How to achieve a high-value product mix by assembling 3D printed parts with injection molded parts

Reduce Cost and Lead Time with 3D Printed Soft Touch Tooling™

Learn about Extol’s Soft Touch Tooling™ and how additive manufacturing can be leveraged to provide cost-effective and fast solutions while allowing for complex fixture designs. Participants can expect to learn…

  • How HP’s Multi Jet Fusion process and materials unlock tooling applications
  • How 3D printing provides an alternative to traditional cast/poured urethane and machined nesting
  • Guidelines, tips, and tricks for designing for additive tooling
  • The qualities of a successful Soft Touch Tooling application