San Francisco-based customized 3D printing service provider Fictiv has expanded its 3D printing portfolio with advanced configuration options.
The AM company is offering full-suite additive manufacturing solutions for prototyping and production in the USA at a reduced price.
The new updates to the 3D printing service provided by Fictiv will meet the needs of customers who have been demanding better additive manufacturing programs for a while. This includes fire-retardant materials like Nylon-11 used in consumer electronics and automotive 3D printed parts making, high-temperature materials like Ultem 9085 used in aerospace and automotive 3D printed parts manufacturing, and biocompatible materials like ABS-M30i which can be used in surgical guides and medical devices. The company has a suite of SOMOS materials that offer better optical clarity and water resistance.
Customers opting for Fictiv’s 3D printing solutions can filter the 3D printing materials by engineering applications to find the exact fit for their project.
The new 3D printing materials could be used for making 3D printed parts across different industries including medical, dental, consumer products, automotive and functional assemblies. US customers can purchase these 3D printing materials on-demand through the company’s digital manufacturing platform. This will provide the customers with enhanced lead time options where they can select from three different production times with improved flexibility and pricing. Fictiv has also added new configurations like infill density, threaded insert specification, and improved filtering for better 3D printing material selection.
Fictiv is offering Carbon Digital Light Synthesis™ (Carbon DLS™) 3D printing technology which has high-resolution capabilities coupled with a diverse range of 3D printing materials. The Carbon DLS™ 3D printing solution also has an enhanced speed. All these features are introduced in the new system to meet the industry needs of scalable production across sectors.
The Director of Additive Manufacturing at Fictiv, Riley Hall said that the expansion of their 3D printing service will not only let customers “source parts with better lead times” for 3D printing but also provide them with more cost-effective options.
Curt Miner, the business development manager at Jabil, the business partner of Fictiv said they are happy to help Fictiv to “provide customers with streamlined access to the highest quality industrial 3D printing solutions”.
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