Register for this webinar, hosted by Additive Manufacturing, that will go over Fortify’s Flux Developer technology that allows users to conduct their own design of experiments (DoE) for R&D for new materials systems.
Advanced photopolymers are leading the next wave of 3D printing technology innovations. However, the development of these materials is advancing faster than software and capabilities—leaving resins stuck on the shelf with no way to be processed. Fortify’s Flux series digital light processing (DLP) 3D printers have the ability to print viscous and heavily-filled photopolymers, bringing new life to advanced photopolymers. This webinar will discuss the technology that makes this possible and the software toolkit, Flux Developer, that allows users to conduct their own design of experiments (DoE) for R&D for new materials systems. Fortify will also discuss how this same toolset and framework has been used to develop several material sets, including thermally conductive resins, technical ceramics and more.
Speaker: Phil Lambert, Lead Customer Solutions Engineer
– 3D printing hardware that solves printing viscous material challenges
– R&D toolset to onboard new materials (working curve DoC, working curve scatter)
– Case studies on materials developed
– Applications enabled through development of filled and viscous photopolymers