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3D Systems’ Product Line on Full Display

3D Systems’ Product Line on Full Display

3D Systems is bringing its full range of advanced manufacturing and healthcare solutions to Pacific Design & Manufacturing 2016, February 9-11, at the Anaheim Convention Center, in booth 3712. Experts from 3D Systems’ on-demand parts manufacturing service, Quickparts, will be available throughout the show to help solve complex manufacturing problems and guide attendees through the company’s simple online quoting process.

Visitors to booth 3712 can explore 3D Systems’ transformative solutions for prototyping, production, and healthcare applications, including:

* An extended range of materials for use in automotive and aerospace applications, produced in ITAR-, AS9100C-, and ISO 9001:2008-certified facilities for aviation, space, and defense applications. 3D Systems’ additive manufacturing technologies and robust material offerings enable the fabrication of parts with enhanced performance characteristics and unparalleled strength-to-weight ratios.

* Complex end-use metal parts produced using 3D Systems’ ProX Direct Metal Printing (DMP) technology. These parts feature geometries that are unattainable through conventional production techniques, and can be manufactured in fully dense titanium and stainless steel, among others.

* Precision healthcare solutions, including patient-specific device design and manufacturing. 3D Systems’ ISO 13485 certified facilities for healthcare solutions act in accordance with the FDA and MDD for applicable medical devices ranging from low-risk models, to instruments and implants, and high-risk devices. The company also offers Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP), as well as an extensive portfolio of surgical simulation modules for medical training and practice.


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