SPIE Photonics West

The Moscone Center 747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA

Fortify will be speaking at Photonics West 2022. Speaker: Phil Lambert, Lead Customer Solutions Engineer Presentation Title: 3D printed Luneburg-style lens for beamforming and passive beamsteering in mmWave Applications Date: Tuesday January 25, 2022 Time: 2:40 PM – 3:00 PM Location: Room 103 (Level 1 South Lobby)  

Military Additive Manufacturing Summit & Technology Showcase

Hilton Tampa Downtown Hotel 211 N Tampa St., Tampa, FL

Fortify will be exhibiting at MILAM 2021 at Booth #28. Set up a Meeting   DSI’s 6th Annual Military Additive Manufacturing Summit is designed as an educational “Town Hall” forum, where thought leaders & key policymakers across military services, defense agencies, & civilian organizations can come together for actionable discussions & debate. This year’s Summit […]

Webinar: Expanding the Processing Window of DLP Additive Manufacturing to Enable New Levels of End-Use Part Performance

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. Register Now   Advanced photopolymers are leading the next wave of 3D printing technology innovations. However, the development of these materials is […]

Plastics Technology Expo 2022

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. 5555 North River Road, Rosemont, IL

Fortify will be exhibiting at PTXPO 2022. Exhibitor: Booth #1411 Dedicated to showcasing new equipment and technology, the Plastics Technology Expo is a three-day event produced by Gardner Business Media, Inc., Plastics Technology, MoldMaking Technology and Additive Manufacturing. Organized by major process pavilions across more than 100,000 sq ft. of exhibits, this full-scale industry event […]

Design-2-Part Show Atlanta 2022

Cobb Galleria Centre 2 Galleria Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA

Fortify will be exhibiting at the Design-2-Part Show in Atlanta. Exhibitor: Booth #306 Entering its 20th year at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta, the Design-2-Part Show is the most efficient place to meet hundreds of high-quality American suppliers of custom parts, stock parts, and manufacturing services. From design and prototypes to production, finishing and assemblies […]

Rapid + TCT 2022

Huntington Place 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI

Fortify will be exhibiting at Rapid + TCT 2022 at Booth #1133.  Set up a Meeting Speaking Session: Speaker: Philip Lambert (Lead Customer Solutions Engineer, Fortify), Trevor Polidore (New Product Development Group Leader, Rogers Corporation) Presentation Title: Fiber Filled Photopolymers - How We Developed a 3D Printable Dielectric Polymer for Radio Frequency Applications Date: Tuesday May […]

Injection Molding & Design Expo 2022

Huntington Place 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI

Fortify will be exhibiting at Injection Molding & Design Expo 2022. Exhibitor: Booth #240 The Injection Molding and Design expo is an exciting new free-to-attend tradeshow from the people behind Plastics News and Injection World magazines. Focused exclusively on injection molding, the two-day event brings together the complete North American supply chain, from part and mold design, through process optimization […]

WEBINAR: HTS – Additive Manufacturing’s PEEK and Torlon Replacement

Speaker: Craig Crossley, Injection Mold Tooling Application Engineer Presentation Title: HTS - Additive Manufacturing’s PEEK and Torlon Replacement Overview While many 3D printed photopolymers are great for applications where commodity, or even engineering grade plastics, are needed, the industry lacks high throughput solutions (such as SLA/DLP) that can produce parts that match the characteristics of […]

IMS 2022

Fortify will be exhibiting at IMS 2022 at Booth #2039. Register for a free expo pass Set up a Meeting  

WEBINAR: Molding in Engineering and High Performance Resins with 3D Printed Mold Tools

A common misconception with 3D printed mold tooling is that you can only mold in commodity-level plastics like polypropylene. This is okay in many instances because you may only need a prototype for form and fit but oftentimes organizations need a prototype in their end-use material. This is next to impossible with most 3D printed […]