Process & Materials

Digital Composite Manufacturing

Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) makes advanced materials accessible. It’s driven by Fluxprint technology, a magnetic 3D printing process that creates optimized composites. Fluxprint combines magnetics and digital light processing (DLP) 3D printing to produce composite parts with ideal mechanical properties. As a part is 3D printed, fibers within the part are magnetically aligned voxel by voxel to optimize the microstructure. The parts achieve best-in-class resolution and mechanics while reducing time to market compared to traditional manufacturing.

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Carbon Fiber & Fiberglass

Strong, light, stiff

Fortify carbon fiber and fiberglass composites achieve ideal strength-to-weight ratio, dimensional stability, and stiffness. The fibers are precisely aligned to optimize properties for the needs of the project. These materials bring best-in-class mechanics to complex geometries and unmoldable parts.

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Ceramics

High Heat

Fortify ceramics deliver optimal strength, temperature and dimensional stability, and stiffness. They contain high-density ceramic reinforcement with a microstructure that’s precisely adjusted to produce parts with ideal mechanics. This material brings geometric freedom to high heat applications and injection mold tools.