Raytheon Technologies & Fortify Resource Page
We’ve curated this content for Raytheon Technologies and hope that you find it valuable resource as you research Fortify and all that our platform has to offer. At a high-level Fortify is transforming the 3D printing industry with our patented DCM (Digital Composite Manufacturing) platform. DCM delivers new levels of additively manufactured part performance by introducing functional additives to photopolymers. By combining a deep understanding of material science with high-performance mixing, magnetics, and polymer physics, Fortify is able to produce custom microstructures in high-resolution 3D printed parts. We are an application-focused company targeting: mold tooling, RF & microwave devices, technical ceramics, and ESD.
Below you’ll find several resources as they relate to our applications.
3D Printed Dielectric Lenses Increase Antenna Gain and Widen Beam Scanning Angle
Applications Guide to 3D Printed Low-Loss Dielectric Structures Addressing Microwave/mmWave Challenges
Greater Design Flexibility with Selectively Metallized 3D Printed RF Devices
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Case Studies, Webinars, Blogs, Datasheets & Upcoming Events
Case Studies (RF):
Ku-band/Ka-band Simulation & Testing of a 3D Printed Dielectric Lens Fabricated from Low-loss and Low-dk Resin
How Additively Manufactured eBand Dielectric Lenses are Changing Automotive Sensing
Insertion Loss of 3D Printed Selectively Metallized Microstrip Circuits on Low-Loss Dielectric with Varied Surface Roughness
How to Design and 3D Print a Radar Target Using Low-Loss Gradient Dielectrics
Development of a 3D Printable Photopolymer for RF Applications
Fortify & Tethon 3D: Industry-leading DLP 3D printable ceramic powders with the lowest shrink rate
Molding in Engineering and High-Performance Resins with 3D Printed Mold Tools
Applications Highlight: Fortifying Mold Tools
Fortify’s Product and Services Ecosystem
Dielectric Resonator Antennas (DRA): Application, Design, and Fabrication Methods
Insertion Loss of 3D Printed Metallized Microstrip Circuits on 30 MIL Substrates Using Rogers Radix Low-Loss Dielectric with Varied Surface Roughness
The Importance of Surface Finish on Low-Loss Performance
Efficacy of Different Test Methods for Low-Loss Dielectrics
State-of-Technology Update on GRIN/Luneburg Dielectric Lenses/Antennas for Microwave/mmWave Applications
Closing the Performance Gap Between 3D Printing and Traditional Manufacturing: How Functional Polymers are Ready to Disrupt the Industry
Design for 3D Printed Injection Mold Tools 101: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices
Do Water Cooling Channels Decrease Cycle Time for 3D Printed Injection Mold Tools?
One-Pager on Low-Loss Dielectric 3D Printing
Radix™ Printable Dielectric Datasheet
Fortify DT (Digital Tooling)
Thermally Conductive Dielectric Resin (TCDR)
International Conference on Additive Manufacturing 2022, October 31 – November 5, Orlando, FL, Speaking & Attending
Monday, October 31, 2022 at 1:30pm (Griffin A) – Beamforming Behavior of a Waveguide Fed 3D-Printed Luneburg-Style Lens in Ku and Ka Bands: Presented by Philip Lambert of Fortify and Shawn Rogers of Envistacom
Monday, October 31, 2022 at 1:30pm (Griffin B) – Programmed Fiber Orientation for Improved Geometric Tolerancing in Printed Composite Tools: Presented by Alexander Quinn of Fortify
Schedule a Meeting with Philip Lambert, Lead Customer Solutions Engineer, email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a meeting.
Defense Manufacturing Conference, December 5 – 8, Tampa, FL, Speaking & Attending
Schedule a meeting with Eric Versluys, Director of Defense Programs at Fortify
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