WEBINAR: Produce Fast, Functional Prototypes with Freeform Injection Molding
In this webinar hosted by Nexa3D, Jeremy Smith and Clifford Green from Alpine Advanced Materials share how their full-service engineering and manufacturing firm uses Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) with high-performance materials to help aerospace and defense customers rapidly optimize design before high-volume production. Challenged with the inability to 3D print a filled material, Alpine implemented FIM in order to deliver fast, functional, and cost-effective prototypes to its customers. Tune in to hear real-world examples of how FIM not only enabled Alpine’s customers to quickly iterate and develop their designs but also test them with production-level performance, and learn how Alpine leveraged FIM to develop and deliver 80 injection molded prototypes in just 10 days.
What you’ll learn:
The benefits of using FIM to develop prototypes
Things to consider when implementing FIM in your own design or production process
How programs like Moldex3D can simulate moldflow and improve FIM mold design