White Paper

How Tessy Plastics Uses the Fuse 1 to Reduce Downtime on the Shop Floor

In this white paper, you will learn how contract manufacturer Tessy Plastics used their first SLS 3D printer to reduce downtime on the shop floor.

Scroll to read the preview


Tessy Plastics is a contract manufacturer for custom plastic injection molded products serving the Medical, Pharmaceutical, Diagnostic, and Consumer industries. Tessy Plastics Research and Development Engineer, Brian Anderson, is an expert in using additive manufacturing on the shop floor to improve project outcomes. Tasked with new challenges on a weekly basis, he finds creative solutions to the array of obstacles that appear at their facility from broken machines to the creation of custom fittings and tooling. As issues arise, Brian’s job is to ensure Tessy meets client deadlines.

Recently, Brian was able to get his hands on a Fuse 1 selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printer to complement his fleet of 3D printers and manufacturing tools. Read more to learn how Tessy used their first affordable SLS 3D printer.


Additive Manufacturing at Tessy Plastics
Creating End-Use Parts With SLS 3D Printing
Lowest Cost Per Part in 3D Printing

The team at Tessy is equipped with a wide range of in-house 3D printers. This includes two fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers, a Stratasys J750 PolyJet machine, and two Formlabs stereolithography (SLA) printers. Multiple departments use this printer lineup, with each printer called on to serve different needs.

Unlock the White Paper

Fill out this short form to get the full white paper by email.

We will also opt you into other relevant marketing communication.