7/31/2017

AM Conference Speakers: Methods 3D and B&J Specialty Inc.

A presentation delivered by Methods 3D and its customer B&J Specialty will highlight the latter’s success in 3D printing conformally cooled molds.

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As Methods 3D continues to add 3D Systems products to its additive manufacturing offerings, the company will outline  the success that one of its clients has had in using this technology to produce molds.

Jarod Rauch, CNC programmer at Indiana-based tool and die shop B&J Specialty Inc., and Benjamin Fisk, general manager at Methods 3D, will speak at the 2017 Additive Manufacturing Conference about their success deploying a 3D Systems ProX DMP 300 3D printer to achieve conformal cooling in molds. Using this printer, company can now supply water into mold areas that would not be possible with conventional machining methods, while maintaining a uniform distance between the molding surface and cooling lines. 3D printing technology also provides the ability to alter the cooling lines’ geometrical shape to adapt for any pressure drops throughout the line. This technology opens new possibilities and enables B&J Specialty to stay competitive, the company says.

The presentation takes place Wednesday, October 11, at 11: 45 a.m.

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