Boston-based Fortify has started shipping its FLUX ONE 3D printer to customers sites. The additive manufacturing platform, capable of printing fiber-reinforced photopolymers, was launched in March 2020 and is based on the company’s Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) technology.
“Shipping our first product is a monumental step for Fortify,” said Josh Martin, CEO and Co-founder of Fortify. “Despite shutdowns due to COVID, our lean team has been able to push forward and deliver the technology with minimal disruption to our timeline. After several years of development and servicing customers remotely, we are thrilled to have customers using these machines at their site to bring products to market.”
The FLUX ONE 3D printing system can be used for a range of applications, however its primary use case is for mold tooling applications. The machine has the ability to 3D print mold tools made from fiber-reinforced materials in mere days and at […]
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