Applications of Fluxprint
Fluxprint is a revolutionary fabrication method in the automotive industry, aerospace, and product design. In auto design, cars are stronger, lighter, and safer with guided stress cracking, all while saving time and money in fabrication. The same goes for aerospace, where it’s essential to optimize material properties for a safe, lightweight aircraft. Fluxprint also brings the benefits of composites to injection molding; composite injection mold tools can be made in days instead of months, and produce hundreds of accurate prototypes molded with end-use plastics. Across a range of industries, Fluxprint is replacing parts that were previously machined, cast, or molded with hands-off digital fabrication and optimized material properties.
Fluxprint is the Fluxprint process that fuels Digital Composite Manufacturing. With DCM, you can have fully-optimized composites in hand within hours. This manufacturing method opens up the benefits of 3D printing to high-performance parts. This means low cost, high speed, limitless geometries, and no machining required. DCM opens up new possibilities in materials, making fabrication faster and products better.