Additive Manufacturing/ 3D Printing
Design, optimize, validate and print-check the highly complex geometry that can only be produced through additive manufacturing. Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is the process of building an object one thin layer of material at a time. The definition is simple, but the process is not. We offer Additive Manufacturing solutions for all purposes; whether it's with plastics, carbon fiber, metal or biomaterial. Additive Manufacturing is revolutionizing design and manufacturing. Our 3D printing technologies are best-in-class. Each of our advanced printing technologies offer speed, value, precision, reliability, special features, and remarkable performance. High-quality products can be designed with decreased costs, restrictions, weight and waste: but with increased efficiency, design freedom and faster manufacturing times. Companies around the world are utilizing 3D printing for prototyping, product development and innovation; and the outlook is extremely promising.
Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing
Design, optimize, validate, and print-check highly complex geometry that can only be produced through additive manufacturing with Creo. Manufacturers from all industries have begun to prosper from this new technology. Create, model or manage print tray assemblies, create and optimize lattice structures, add parts, define positioning and perform global interference checks.
Additive Manufacturing Extension (AMX)
Creo Additive Manufacturing (AMX) is an add-on extension providing automated lattice structure creation and printer tray setup (nesting optimization). With this extension, allow yourself rapid creation of design concepts and prototype geometry, use of Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM), increased design freedom, cost reduction with part consolidation and much more.
Generative Design and Additive Manufacturing
Generative Design is a natural fit for additive manufacturing. Design parts and run real-time simulations all within the Creo CAD environment - to take your designs to the next level. GTO works within the Creo design environment to turn your ideas into reality easily, define your geometry, functional objectives, physics, materials and manufacturing processes.
For over 15 years, EnvisionTEC has been delivering desktop and production 3D printers and materials that deliver best-in-class results. EnvisionTEC prints down to .03mm accuracy with a wide variety of materials and minimal post-processing. EnvisionTEC are leaders in the dental, hearing aid, jewelry, entertainment, bioprinting and industrial markets. 3D print your potential with EnvisionTEC.
German RepRap 3D printers have been optimized for professional users to push the limits of 3D printing. A diverse range of different materials allows a suitable product for every application. In addition to commonly used plastics, German RepRap offers special, high-performance materials; including robust thermoplastics, flexible materials such as TPU or fiber-penetrated plastics such as carbon filament, and more.
Method X is an amazing, affordable 3D Printer and manufacturing workstation. Method X is created with top of the line materials, to ensure that your result is everything that you could possibly imagine. The workstation includes breakthrough technology leveraging patents from Stratasys® — a worldwide leader in industrial 3D printing. Method X unlocks innovation.