Register for this webinar to learn how to accelerate product development, reduce costs and lead times, and create custom or low volume products with ease by combining 3D printed rapid tooling and thermoforming.
Whether you are looking to design functional prototypes with end-use materials, fabricate parts during pilot production, or manufacture custom or limited-series of end-use parts, 3D printing rapid tooling is a cost-effective and quick way to produce parts in low-volumes. 3D printed thermoforming molds can be used to create various parts such as packaging, prototypes and low volumes of consumer goods, clear orthodontic retainers, and more.
In this webinar, Martin Smith from Formech and Juliette Combe from Formlabs share guidelines for using 3D printed thermoforming molds. They discuss design best practices and case studies with different molding conditions.
What you’ll learn:
- General workflow and method for using thermoforming 3D printed molds
- Recommendations on design, printing, and molding conditions to optimize the process
- Real-life examples and user stories