Applications

Jigs, Fixtures, and End Use Parts

Fortify’s 3D printed jigs, fixtures, and end use parts are printed from Hight Temperature  & Strength (HTS), which delivers material properties similar to engineering plastics like PEEK, Vespel®, Radel® and Torlon® via additive manufacturing.

3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses

RF Devices

Fortify’s 3D printed RF components are 10-100x less lossy than other 3D printed photopolymers. With best in class resolution and surface finish this makes this an ideal solution for Microwave/mmWave devices. Leveraging unique materials capabilities and design approaches such as lattice based design, Fortify delivers finished part performance that exceeds any traditional process.

3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses

Injection Mold Tools

Fortify’s 3D printed injection mold tools are reinforced with ceramic fibers. This means they are able to withstand the rigors of an injection mold press for a range of commodity and engineering-grade plastics with complex geometries. This solution accelerates product timelines by reducing time and cost on tooling while allowing you to prototype in end use material.

3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses
3D Printed RF lenses

Technical Ceramics

Fortify’s ability to process highly loaded functional additives is a game changer for the ceramics market. For the first time ceramics customers will be able to realize to realize the speed and part quality of DLP printing, and post-sintering shrinkages up to 75% less than today’s alternatives.

ESD 3d printed part
ESD 3d printed part
ESD 3d printed part

High Temperature ESD

With an HDT at 284 C, Fortify boasts the highest temperature ESD material available in additive manufacturing. Parts made from Fortify’s ESD-HT photoresin are “static dissipative”, allowing for controlled static discharge with precisely tuned resistivities of 10Ω/sq meeting ESD-safe requirements of the most rigorous manufacturers, while offering industry leading thermal stability.

Looking to explore a new application?

Fortify’s FLUX Series printers are able to print and process viscous and filled photopolymers for scalable, engineering applications. Combined with Fortify’s proprietary FLUX Developer software, new materials can be onboarded to explore new applications in a matter of days, dramatically accelerating time to market.