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If you are wondering which part production method makes the most sense for your business, additive or subtractive manufacturing, we can help.
TriMech Advanced Manufacturing and LOCTITE resins are bringing 3D Printing to the skies.
Learn how the Stratasys Origin One 3D printer produced production grade products that meet aerospace part requirements and perform in harsh environments.
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Built for the production floor, Stratasys FDM technology and services from TriMech help engineers to quickly develop tooling, end-use parts and prototypes.
Learn how digital anatomy 3D printing empowers doctors, researchers and medical device manufacturers to create medical solutions faster.
The objective of this case study is to evaluate both lab and field results for an additive manufactured saddle design created by DQBD.
This guide aims to help designers design quality and cost-effective parts for production using a SAF 3D printing service.
When it comes to industrial machinery production, 3D printing services can be used as a solution to supply chain issues and deliver parts faster.
This paper demonstrates the geometric accuracy and capabilities of the SAF 3D printing service from TriMech for manufacturing production grade parts.
Learn about the benefits of higher-volume production 3D printing with TriMech and SAF technology.
It’s common for companies to use multiple 3D printing technologies in their business. Learn how TriMech can help you leverage additive manufacturing services.
A thoughtful examination of process requirements for 3D Printing vs CNC Machining.
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn about polymer 3D printing methods and the materials available.
ULTEM™ resin materials are flame-retardant, high-performance thermoplastic for direct digital manufacturing and rapid...
Learn why TriMech uses best-in-class Stratasys Stereolithography 3D printer for services
TriMech helps MIT mechanical engineering department to 3D print 150 student toy designs in a short time frame
Is your business affected by supply chain delays? TriMech can provide 3D printing services for your industrial equipment including grommets, clips or ducts.
Learn how additive manufacturing is being used for tooling fabrication including the production of jigs, fixtures and manufacturing aids
With thermoplastic 3D printing you can create prototypes out of materials that are as close to the final product as possible.
The need for heat resistant 3D printing materials is prevalent in a breadth of industries including aerospace, automotive, and industrial equipment manufacturing
Stratasys FDM 3D printing, or fused deposition modeling, is a popular technology used by both hobbyists and large-scale industries alike.
At TriMech we often talk about FDM and PolyJet 3D printing. In this article we will focus on our Stereolithography 3D printing service.
Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printing utilizes real thermoplastic resins that are strong materials for real...
Direct Metal Laser Sintering / DMLS 3D printing is a powder-bed fusion system utilizing laser power as a heat source to melt a layer of metal powder.
Rapid prototyping with PolyJet 3D printing technology has become a game-changing innovation for designers, engineers...
Learn how 3D printing has evolved from rapid prototyping to production applications and delivers lower cost tools.
This design for PolyJet guide aims to help designers get quality and cost-effective parts from Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers.