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Javelin provides Canadian Designers and Manufacturers with Stratasys 3D Printers and SolidWorks CAD software so they can take their initial idea to physical prototype with the push of a button.

Javelin provides Canadian Designers and Manufacturers with Stratasys 3D Printers and SolidWorks CAD software so they can take their initial idea to physical prototype with the push of a button.

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  • Stratasys offers a powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D printing throughout your product-development cycle.Fused Deposition Modeling MaterialStratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time.PolyJet Photopolymer MaterialStratasys PolyJet technology 3D prints in the widest variety of materials, so you can create realistic prototypes that closely resemble finished products.
  • Stratasys 3D PrintersFrom individual designer through product development collaboration to the manufacturing department, Javelin provides Stratasys 3D printers designed for you.Idea Series PrintersThe Stratasys Idea Series liberates creativity for individual designers and smaller teams and puts the focus back on what matters most: the idea. Whatever your application — proof of concept, product mockups, functional testing or marketing tools — Stratasys 3D Printers from the Idea Series are designed to keep your ideas in-house. Now you can do everything you used to do with an outside service — work and test models, save time and money.Design Series Precision PrintersThe Design Series Precision Printers include Objet machines that set the industry standard for final product realism. Objet systems feature unparalleled speed as well as multi-material 3D printing, and systems from the Objet Connex family give you the capability to print multiple materials simultaneously and the widest range of material properties on the market.Production Series SystemsThe Stratasys Production Series Systems includes a family of top-of-the-line 3D production systems. No other 3D system can deliver the same advanced performance in everything from tooling, jigs and fixtures to production-grade end-use parts and advanced functional prototyping.
  • Ideal for proof of concept, both the Mojo™ and uPrintSE™ 3D Printers produce concept models with feature detail, versatility and speed. By optimizing designs early in the process, they can help cut weeks from the design cycle, reducing product development costs and production timelines.Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology is a powerful Stratasys-patented additive manufacturing method.FDM builds concept models, functional prototypes and end-use parts in standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics. It’s the only professional 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics, so parts are unrivaled in mechanical, thermal and chemical strength.
  • Give your big idea a little MojoBring the magic of 3D printing to your desktop with Mojo, it’s affordable, fast, and prints in fine resolution. Mojo is the most compact, accessible way to get professional 3d printed parts. It’s easy to use, fits right in your cubicle, and will reinvent how you design and create.
  • Proven. Powerful. Professional.uPrint SE™ 3D Printers are powered by Stratasys’ patented FDM® (Fused Deposition Modeling™) technology. It’s the 3D printer on which thousands of design engineers test their designs.Easy to use and kind to your budget, the uPrint SE offers larger ABSplus models and offers networking for easy sharing. It’s a perfect solution for small teams who know 3D modeling is the key to effective prototyping and communication.
  • Build Your Ideas FasterThe uPrint SE Plus 3D Printer gives you ultimate control over your 3D modeling process. It boasts all the great features of the uPrint SE, plus a33% taller build envelope, two layer thicknesses for fast or fine 3D printing and nine colour choices for your ABSplus models.With the powerful uPrint SE Plus you and your design team can meet deadlines, improve products, and unleash your creativity.
  • Design Series Precision PrintersThe Design Series Precision Printers include Objet machines that set the industry standard for final product realism. Objet systems feature unparalleled speed as well as multi-material 3D printing, and systems from the Objet Connex family give you the capability to print multiple materials simultaneously and the widest range of material properties on the market.Design Series Performance PrintersStratasys Design Series Performance Printers provide prototypes strong enough to withstand even the most rigorous testing. This category includes Dimension 3D Printers, which bring you the best of both worlds: ABSplus strength and the finest feature details using FDM Technology. Add to that a range of different colour possibilities, as well as easy-to-remove support materials, and you’ll have a system that’ll exceed even your highest expectations for 3D printing potential.
  • Unbeatable Personal 3D PrinterThe Objet24 Personal 3D Printer is the first office system to print true-to-life models — featuring strong materials, small moving parts, thin walls and smooth, paintable surfaces.Print exactly what you design – ideal for product and industrial designers and engineers looking to produce highly accurate models for visual aids, fit and assembly testing and functional applications.
  • The Ultimate Multi-Material Desktop 3D PrinterThe Objet30 Pro is a 3D printer that combines the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine with the small footprint of a regular desktop printer.The Objet30 Pro provides a number of unique capabilities in one machine: the industry’s highest level print resolution and 7 different 3D printing materials. The world’s only desktop 3D printer capable of printing in clear transparent material, high-temperature resistant material and polypropylene-like material.
  • 3D Printing makes Digital Dentistry happenThe Objet30 OrthoDesk is specially designed for small to medium-sized orthodontic labs and clinics. It is compact, affordable, and easy to use. With patented, industry-leadingPolyJet 3D Printing technology, it offers all of the advantages of a 3D printer, in a package that is just right for you.For a growing number of dental lab owners, digital dentistry is already here. With 3D printing as part of their business strategy, dental labs can speed part production while improving quality and precision.
  • Enter high-quality rapid prototypingThe economical, small-footprint Eden260V™ rapid prototyping and 3D printing system is the ideal solution to compress your product design-to-manufacturing cycle.Based on Objet’s innovative PolyJet™ technology, Eden260V provides a complete solution for the accurate building of any geometry – easily, quickly and cleanly. Models produced on the Eden260V are smooth and durable, with fine details and an outstanding surface finish.
  • Versatile to Deliver High Productivity & QualityEden350V 3D Printing System utilizes Objet’s advanced Eden platform, providing the market’s most productive, flexible and high-quality way to compress the product design-to-manufacturing cycle. The system is designed to provide high-quality, 3D models quickly. With a full 350 x 350 x 200mm build size, the system offers the flexibility to produce a single large model or multiple smaller models in one build.
  • The Ideal Solution for Build Size & Ease of UseThe Eden500V™ 3D Printing System is the ideal solution for large-size model requirements or when high productivity is vital. Its build size of up to 500 x 400 x 200mm eliminates the need to glue smaller pieces together for large models and enables simultaneous printing of multiple models on a single build tray – cutting production time for models of all sizes.Based on Objet’s innovative PolyJet™ technology, Eden500V provides an easy to use, fast and clean solution for the precise building of any geometry. This drastically shortens product development cycles and significantly decreases time to market for new products. Printed models have smooth and durable surfaces, with exceptionally fine details and an outstanding surface finish.
  • Compact Multi-Material 3D Printing SystemThe Objet260 Connex™ is a compact, attractively priced edition of Objet’s pioneering line of multi-material 3D printers. It enables designers and engineers to rapidly build prototypes to match their intended end-product like no other technology currently available.The Objet260 Connex comes with a choice of over 100 different photopolymer build materials. From these it can simultaneously build 14 different materials into a single model part, providing a highly accurate idea of how even complex or assembled end products will look and perform.Connex multi-material parts are printed in a single build, eliminating gluing and complex post processing.
  • Build mid-sized prototypes in multiple materialsThe Objet350 Connex™ is a 3D printing system that jets multiple model materials simultaneously. It offers the completely unique ability to print parts and assemblies made of multiple model materials, with different mechanical or physical properties, all in a single build.The Objet350 Connex comes with a choice of over 120 different build materials. From these it can simultaneously build 14 different materials into a single model part, providing a highly accurate idea of how even complex or assembled end products will look and perform.
  • Build large prototypes in multiple materialsThe Objet500 Connex™ is a 3D printing system that jets multiple model materials simultaneously. It offers the completely unique ability to print parts and assemblies made of multiple model materials, with different mechanical or physical properties, all in a single build.Taking the revolution even further, the Objet500 Connex™ can also fabricate Digital Materials™ on the fly, enabling users to create composite materials that have preset combinations of mechanical properties.
  • Big Models at the Touch of a Button!The Objet1000 is an easy to operate, wide format 3D printer for rapidly creating industrial size models and 1:1 scale prototypes.Based on the world’s most effective and efficient prototyping technology, the Objet1000 combines the advanced precision of inkjet-based 3D printing with Objet’s renowned Connex multi-material build capability.Connex technology offers a choice of over 120 materials, with materials that simulate both standard and ABS-grade plastics. In addition, you can print up to 14 materials in a single model to achieve the precise look and feel of your intended end product.
  • Build Your Ideas FasterThe Dimension 1200es gives you ultimate control over your 3D modeling process, including two layer thicknesses for fast or fine 3D printing and nine color choices for your ABSplus models. With the powerful Dimension 1200es you and your design team can meet deadlines, improve products, and unleash your creativity.The Dimension 1200es uses Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology.
  • Dimension’s Finest Resolution 3D PrinterThe Dimension Elite 3D Printer prints intricate, durable models for projects such as medical devices or handheld electronics. It precisely deposits ABSplus thermoplastic in layers thin enough to print tiny functional parts with clearly visible details.You have a keen eye for detail and appreciate strength. That’s why Stratasys offers the Dimension Elite Performance 3D Printer. It’s made specifically for those who demand prototypes with exquisite detail.
  • Digital manufacturing in a compact sizeThis machine is your gateway to in-house digital manufacturing. With the same powerful Insight software as the largest 3D production systems.The Fortus 250mc builds parts so durable and accurate, you’ll find its use expanding beyond functional testing and into tooling, jigs and fixtures — even ABSplus end-use parts. Imagine faster, more effective product testing and development, all in an easy-to-use, office-friendly system.
  • Versatile machine. Durable parts.Gaining flexibility means saying yes to more opportunities. The Fortus 360 builds parts in three different materials for more options in prototyping, tooling and digital manufacturing.This machine produces accurate, durable, repeatable 3D parts with great throughput, so you can be just as agile with low-volume manufacturing as you are in product testing and development.The Fortus 360mc 3D production system comes in two configurations: the basic system, which builds parts as large as 355 x 254 x 254 mm (14 x 10 x 10 in.), or an optionally upgraded system that builds parts as large as 406 x 355 x 406 mm (16 x 14 x 16 in.) and features two material bays for maximum uninterrupted production.
  • Nine materials in a system tailored to your needsThe Fortus 400mc raises the bar on competitive advantages to be gained from additive manufacturing. Nine production-grade engineering thermoplastics mean this system can handle a growing list of demanding applications in 3D prototyping, tooling and low-volume manufacturing.With the Fortus 400mc, you can accurately manufacture Real Parts with complex geometries, that are strong enough not only for functional testing, but end use as well.
  • The Ultimate 3D Production SystemThe Fortus 900mc is the most powerful Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) System. It’s remarkably agile, accurate and cost-effective.The Fortus 900mc features all the material options of the Fortus line of 3D Production Systems, and a massive build envelope. Its only competition is the old way of doing things.
  • Take your design from the digital to physical world3D printing allows you to prove out your concept ideas by printing your 3D design as a one-off finished product within hours or days.Shifting from the 3D digital world to a physical part will accelerate your product development process and lower cost. A 3D printed part is more effective at communicating the design, so you can make better decisions faster.
  • Prove your design before going to ProductionGet to market faster by printing your physical prototypes quickly in-house. You will be able to identify any product deficiencies and make improvements early in the design process when it’s least costly.Producing functional prototypes typically takes from a few hours to overnight. It will allow you to catch flaws before they become costly engineering changes. It also reduces time-to-market and maximizes product performance.
  • Digital Manufacturing is a realityDirect digital manufacturing (DDM) is a new, unique alternative for the production of end-use items. Having little in common with traditional manufacturing methods, the uniqueness of DDM changes the decision-making process, overturns old principles and creates new criteria.The primary advantage of DDM is that it removes constraints imposed by traditional manufacturing processes, such as injection molding or die casting. DDM fundamentally alters many of the "facts" and principles that govern conventional manufacturing enterprises.

Stratasys 3D Printers from Javelin Stratasys 3D Printers from Javelin Presentation Transcript

  • Your 3D Printing Solution Partner
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Agenda  Who is Javelin?  What is 3D Printing?  3D Printing Solutions  Applications & Industries  Next Steps & Questions
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3,500 Customers 5,500 Licenses 20,000 Education Licenses 125 Education Customers About Us 6Locations 75Employees 5Product Lines 16Years in Business
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 6 Locations Across Canada, Head Office in Oakville ON. Surrey, BC. Printer Sales, Training and Technical Support near you Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Dartmouth, NS. Oakville, ON. Edmonton, AB. Calgary, AB. Winnipeg, MB.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3,500+ Customers | 20,000+ licenses | 125+ Schools
  • What is 3D Printing?
  • Common Terms  3D Printing  Digital Manufacturing  Rapid Prototyping  Additive Manufacturing  DDM – Direct Digital Manufacturing  Rapid Manufacturing  Digital Fabrication
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3D Printing Process 3. Print the Model (built in layers) 2. Prep the Machine 4. Extract the Model 5. Remove Support Material (break or wash away) 1. Design the Model
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Rigid – Polypropylene-like – High-temperature, ABS-like – Translucent & Transparent Flexible, Rubber-like – High-elongation – Wide range of Shore Scale A values (Hardness) – High Tear Resistance Medical – Biocompatible clear and Hearing Aids & Dental Digital Composite Materials – Pre-defined Digital Materials™ Durable − ABS − Production-grade − Realistic parts − Translucent Functional – Anti-static – High strength – Manufacturing tools Industry-Ready – High strength – Sterilizable – Food & drug High-Performance – Flame retardant – Chemical-resistant – Low-toxicity – Finished parts FDM Thermoplastics PolyJet Photopolymers
  • 3D Printing Solutions
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 3D Printers 3Production series 2Design series 1Idea series
  • IDEA SERIES PRINTERS It’s not just a 3D printer. It’s an idea engine.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for individuals – Proof of concept for your ideas – 3 printers to choose from – FDM printing technology  Print ABS Plastic Parts – Production grade material – Mechanically strong and stable – Export STL from your CAD system Idea Series Desktop Printers
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Compact Desktop Machine – Only 25 x 18 x 21 in  Professional Print Material – Printed in ABSplus – Mechanically strong and stable over time  Quick & Accurate Printing – 0.007 inch layer resolution Mojo Desktop 3D Printer Feature Specification Material P430 ABSplus in ivory Dimensions 25 x 18 x 21 in Max part size 5 x 5 x 5 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Compact Desktop Machine – Only 25 x 26 x 31 in  Professional Print Material – Printed in ABSplus – Mechanically strong and stable over time  Quick & Accurate Printing – 0.007 inch layer resolution uPrint SE Desktop 3D Printer Feature Specification Material P430 ABSplus in ivory Dimensions 25 x 26 x 31 in Max part size 8 x 6 x 6 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Larger build size than uPrint SE  Two Material Bays (optional)  ABSplus Print Material  Nine Material Colours, – Ivory, white, blue, fluorescent yellow, black, red, nectarine, olive green, or gray  Print two different Thicknesses – 0.010 in or 0.013 in uPrint SE Plus Desktop 3D Printer Feature Specification Material P430 ABSplus - 9 colours Dimensions 25 x 26 x 37 in Max part size 8 x 8 x 6 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Why choose an Idea Series Printer? Product Proof of Concept  Outsourcing a model can take days or weeks and cost hundreds of dollars or more  Produce quick, inexpensive prototypes in-house Concepts will stand up to more than a critical eye  Build parts with ABSPlus material, strong enough to stand up to functional testing  Easily communicate how a design feels and operates Big ideas. Small footprint.  Print durable 3D models right at your desk, from your 3D CAD files  Functional prototypes can be made in hours and then finished – even drilled!
  • DESIGN SERIES PRINTERS The power of prototyping. Maximized.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for design teams – Fit, form & function testing – 11 Objet (precision) and 2 Dimension (performance) machines available – PolyJet & FDM technology  Print with Photopolymers – Realistic materials including rubber-like, clear & composites – Multi-material 3D printing – Industry specific applications for dental, medical & hearing aid Design Series 3D Printers
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Print models made of multiple materials all in a single build.  Over 120 different types of print materials available  Create shades and patterns  Material properties includes grades of rubber all the way to clear transparent glass and engineering plastics Digital 3D Printing (Connex)
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Compact Office Machine  Print with exceptional detail – Horizontal build layers down to 28-micron (0.0011 in) – Ideal for printing text or other fine details  Rigid print material – Painted, drilled, machined or used for vacuum forming Objet24 Personal 3D Printer Feature Specification Material VeroWhitePlus in white Dimensions 32.28 × 24.4 × 23.22 in Max part size 9.22 x 7.58 x 5.85 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Compact Office Machine  7 Material Types Available – clear transparent, high-temperature resistant or polypropylene-like material. – white, clear, blue, black, or gray  Painted, drilled, machined or used for vacuum forming Objet30 Pro 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Various, 5 colours Dimensions 32.28 × 24.4 × 23.22 in Max part size 11.58 x 7.58 x 5.85 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Designed for creating dental models – Print crowns, bridges, stone models, retainers, partials, and delivery trays  Eliminate dental physical impressions and store models digitally  3 Material types available – Dental and bio-compatible – Peach or clear colours Objet30 OrthoDesk 3D Printer Feature Specification Material VeroDent & Bio-compatible Dimensions 32.28 x 24.4 x 23.22 in Max part size 11.58 x 7.58 x 5.85 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Wide variety of materials – Transparent, rigid opaque, Polypropylene-like, rubber-like, and high temp material  Variable Printing Speeds – High speed and high quality printing modes – 72 hours of unattended continuous printing  Print with exceptional detail – 0.004 – 0.008 in Objet Eden260V 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Various Dimensions 34.3 x 29 x 47 in Max part size 9.8 × 9.8 × 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  17 materials to choose from – Dental and medical included  Variable Printing Speeds – High Speed & High Quality Print Modes – 72 hours of unattended printing  Print with exceptional detail – 16 micron high resolution ensures smooth surfaces and fine details Objet Eden350V 3D Printer Feature Specification Material 17 types available Dimensions 52 x 39 x 47 in Max part size 13.4 x 13.4 x 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  17 materials to choose from – Dental and medical included  Variable Printing Speeds – High Speed & High Quality Print Modes – 72 hours of unattended printing  Print with exceptional detail – 16 micron high resolution ensures smooth surfaces and fine details Objet Eden500V 3D Printer Feature Specification Material 17 types available Dimensions 52 x 39 x 47 in Max part size 19.3 × 15.4 × 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Wide Variety of Materials – Over 100 materials, variety of colours – From rubber to rigid; opaque to transparent; and standard to ABS- grade engineering plastics  Digital Materials available – Create up to 90 composite digital materials fabricated on the fly  Print with exceptional detail – Layers of just 16 microns (0.0006 inch) Objet260 Connex Digital 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Over 100 available Dimensions 34.3 x 28.9 x 47.2 in Max part size 10.0 x 9.9 x 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Wide Variety of Materials – Over 120 materials, variety of colours – From rubber to rigid; opaque to transparent; and standard to ABS- grade engineering plastics  Digital Materials available – Create up to 100 composite digital materials fabricated on the fly  Print with exceptional detail – Layers of just 16 microns (0.0006 inch) Objet350 Connex Digital 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Over 120 available Dimensions 55.9 × 44.1 × 44.5 in Max part size 13.4 x 13.4 x 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Wide Variety of Materials – Over 120 materials, variety of colours – From rubber to rigid; opaque to transparent; and standard to ABS- grade engineering plastics  Digital Materials available – Create up to 100 composite digital materials fabricated on the fly  Print with exceptional detail – Layers of just 16 microns (0.0006 inch) Objet500 Connex Digital 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Over 120 available Dimensions 55.9 × 44.1 × 44.5 in Max part size 19.3 × 15.4 × 7.9 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Extremely large build envelope – Create 1:1 scale prototypes requiring high precision  Wide Variety of Materials – Over 120 materials, variety of colours – From rubber to rigid; opaque to transparent; and standard to ABS-grade engineering plastics  Digital Materials – Create up to 100 composite digital materials fabricated on the fly Objet1000 3D Printer Feature Specification Material Over 120 available Dimensions 110.3 × 70.9 × 70.9 in Max part size 39.3 × 31.4 × 19.6 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Large Build Capacity (10 x 10 x 12 in)  Fast and Fine 3D Printing Modes – Two thicknesses 0.010 in or 0.013 in – Print faster when less detail is required  ABSplus Print Material  Nine Material Colours, – Ivory, white, blue, fluorescent yellow, black, red, nectarine, olive green, gray Dimension 1200es SST/BST Feature Specification Material P430 ABSplus - 9 colours Dimensions 33 x 29 x 45 in Max part size 10 x 10 x 12 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Large Build Capacity (8 x 8 x 12 in)  Ultra Fine 3D Printing – Two thicknesses 0.007 in or 0.010 in – Print faster when less detail is required  ABSplus Print Material  Nine Material Colours, – Ivory, white, blue, fluorescent yellow, black, red, nectarine, olive green, gray Dimension Elite Feature Specification Material P430 ABSplus - 9 colours Dimensions 33 x 29 x 45 in Max part size 10 x 10 x 12 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Why choose a Design Series Printer? Specialized in using a variety of materials  More than 120 materials, including specialty materials for dental and medical  Print rigid, flexible and soft-touch materials simultaneously in the same part! Keep valuable resources in-house  Produce high-quality, realistic prototypes with moving parts at relatively low cost  Catch potential flaws to reduce costs of re-tooling and rework Good Ideas Sell Faster  Produce amazingly accurate models of your ideas  Easily communicate how a design looks, feels, and operates
  • PRODUCTION SERIES SYSTEMS Rethink the factory floor. Production without the line.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Ideal for manufacturing – Create end-use parts – Print jigs, fixtures, check gauges, molding and tooling – 4 Fortus Production Systems  Print Production Grade Parts – Materials include ABSplus, ABSi, ABS-M30, ABS-ESD7, PC, PC-ABS, PC-IS, PPSF/PPSU, ULTEM 9085 Production Series Systems
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Production-grade Material – ABSplus P-430 thermoplastic, used in real manufacturing applications  Nine Material Colours – Ivory white, blue, black, red, yellow, nectarine, olive green or gray  Three layer thicknesses available – 0.007, 0.010 and 0.013 inches Fortus 250mc Feature Specification Material ABSplus P-430 thermoplastic Dimensions 33 x 29 x 45 in Max part size 10 x 10 x 12 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Three Production-grade Materials – Uses ABS-M30, PC-ABS or PC  Six Material Colours – ABS M-30 in Ivory white, blue, black, red or gray – PC-ABS in black – PC in white  Execute larger build runs – With multiple material canisters you can run an uninterrupted build Fortus 360mc Feature Specification Material ABS-M30, PC-ABS or PC Dimensions 50.45 x 35.25 x 77.25 Max part size 14 x 10 x 10 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Nine Production-grade Materials – parts can endure high heat, caustic chemicals, sterilization, and high impact applications.  Choose from four layer thicknesses – You can fine-tune your desired balance between FDM’s finest possible feature detail and the fastest build.  Upgradeable System – 400mc is upgradeable, so you pay only for the features you need Fortus 400mc Feature Specification Material ABS-ESD7, ABSi, ABS-M30, ABS-M30i, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PPSF, ULTEM 9085 Dimensions 50.5 x 35.5 x 77.3 in Max part size 16 x 14 x 16 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997  Nine Production-grade Materials – parts can endure high heat, caustic chemicals, sterilization, and high impact applications.  Choose from three layer thicknesses – You can fine-tune your desired balance between FDM’s finest possible feature detail and the fastest build.  Control Software Enhanced – To deliver greater throughput, accuracy, repeatability, and reliability Fortus 900mc Feature Specification Material ABS-ESD7, ABSi, ABS-M30, ABS-M30i, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PPSF, ULTEM 9085 Dimensions 109.1 x 66.3 x 79.8 in Max part size 36 x 24 x 36 in
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Why choose a Production Series System? Your Own Production Line  Print jigs, fixtures, check gauges, molding and tooling  Ideal for short run or one-off end-use parts Print with Production Grade Materials  A variety of ABS, PC, PPSF and Ultem thermoplastic materials to choose from  Materials for high-impact resistance, heat deflection, tensile or elongation strength A Real Production System  True workhorses, delivering high throughput, duty cycles and utilization rates  Makes digital manufacturing not only possible, but practical
  • Applications & Industries
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Typical Part Applications
  • Sales & Marketing – Create models before they are manufactured to help sell the concept – Use for demos, trade shows or as samples – Create different textures Application: Concept Modeling Ergonomic Studies – Create rigid and soft feel products – Create different textures on your models – The ability to create 1:1 scale models for accurate ergonomic studies Architectural Design – Create models faster than traditional methods – Modular parts so model can be easily changed – Stronger, with no distortion
  • Functioning Parts – Moving parts, Gears, Levers & Joints – Create Plugs & Seals – Create Living Hinges, Gaskets & Hoses Application: Physical Testing Accurate look and feel – Over Molding & Double Injection Process – Labeling, Texture & Imprint – Shock Absorption & Impact Resistance Coating Parts – Coat rigid material with flexible material – Specific touch-and-feel properties
  • Rapid Deployment – After design stage manufacturing can begin immediately – Simply send your design to your production system Application: Manufacturing End-use Parts Low capital expenditure – Traditional manufacturing methods demand tools and dies that are expensive – No need for tooling, initial manufacturing cost is dramatically reduced Unlimited Complexity – Anything that a designer can creates can be manufactured – This promotes product innovation and design optimization
  • Jigs & Fixtures – Lead times reduced by 40% to 80% – Cost reduced by 70% to 95% – Eliminate assembly and improve performance and accuracy. – Design freedom for improved function and ergonomics. Application: Molding & Tooling Blow and Injection Molding – Lead time reduced by 30% to 70% – Prototype mold cost reduced by 40% to 80% – Stability, eliminating distortion with heat. – Durability through hundreds of cycles. – Little or no need for post processing. Silicone Molding – Lead time reduced 50% to 80% – Cost reduced by 40% to 75% – Inert models won’t inhibit curing – Models won’t distort with heat – Durable models that can be used many times
  • Bonding & Gluing – For parts too large for a single build – Faster builds with less support material – For parts with finer features, sectioning and bonding parts is a great solution. Application: Presentation & Finishing Electroplating – Give plastic parts a metallic finish – The metallic looking parts will be lightweight – Legacy Effects created the iconic Iron Man suit using this technique Sanding & Painting – Apply different colours – PolyJet material accepts paint without the need for polishing or sanding – Get the exact look of the finished product.
  • INDUSTRY CASE STUDIES Stratasys 3D printers are used by businesses like yours to design faster and be more innovative.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Industry Breakdown Data based on: D. T. Pham, S. S. Dimov, Rapid manufacturing, Springer-Verlag, 2001, ISBN 1-85233-360-X, page 6
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Aerospace: Evektor  Problem: Losing business with CNC milling for prototype production  Solution: Fortus 900mc Production System – Large build envelope (36 x 24 x 36 in) required for large aerospace parts – Print parts with ULTEM 9085, a flame retardant thermoplastic  Results: Reduced development costs – Saved between 10% - 80% on prototyping costs – Saved up to 80% of the costs when producing more complex parts “With Fortus, we can now develop and test innovative designs - and if necessary change them quickly without halting the production process“
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Automotive: Ducati  Problem: Needed time-to-marked reduction – Engine: 28 months to design & build – Majority of prototypes were outsourced  Solution: Fortus for in-house prototypes – 2 alternate prototype engines built – Nearly all from polycarbonate  Results: Decreased design errors – Engine designed and built in 8 months – Time to market reduced by 71% Process Time Using a service bureau 28 months Using Fortus in-house 8 months Savings 20 months (71%)
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Architecture: Industry Peter McCann Architectural Models Inc  Problem: Designs with amorphic shapes are difficult to model with traditional methods  Solution: 3D Print architectural models – Create strong models from ABS plastic – The ability to fuse model pieces together  Results: – Expensive process of CNC machining parts is not required with a 3D Printer – Much faster than creating parts by hand – Able to create a library of reusable designs “It would have been really difficult to build without the 3D printer.“
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Consumer Products: Oreck  Problem: Expensive and long lead times to create their coordinate measuring machines – 40-50 assembly fixtures required per product – Made by molding and casting  Solution: 3D print fixtures – Fixtures produced in-house – Holds tolerances of 0.003 inch  Results: Large cost savings – Reduced downtime – Typical cost reduced by $65,000 – Fixture components quickly replaced – Manufacturing process is re-started faster – Machine paid for itself in a few projects Process Cost Estimate Traditional molding & casting $100,000 Direct digital manufacturing $45,0000 Savings $65,000 (65%)
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Defense: Sheppard Air Force Base  Problem: Creating one-of-a-kind or low volume parts with traditional manufacturing was too expensive and time consuming  Solution: 3D Production with Fortus – Able to print multiple parts simultaneously – Ability to implement design changes immediately and at minimal costs.  Results: Faster Production – Printing the UAV’s large antenna in about one-tenth the time – Versatility versus injection molding “3D Printing has saved the US government over $3.8 million to date with an expected 10-to-15-year savings of over $15 million.”
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Dental: APEX  Problem: Manual preparation of crowns, inlays, bridges, etc. is slow, unpredictable and requires use of non-ideal materials  Solution: Objet Eden260V 3D Printer  Results: Higher productivity – Lower-cost production of dental models – Faster delivery times, with no compromise – Models with perfect fit and occlusion “3D printing technology bullet train continues to accelerate the pace of change in dentistry”
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Education: University of Alabama  Problem: The department of Aerospace and Engineering went from 200 to 1,000 students over a ten-year period  Solution: Fortus 3D Production Systems to keep pace with demand for prototypes  Results: – Using Fortus Systems freed the team to focus on the engineering, design and scientific aspects of the process. – Private and public sector organizations have approached the university about helping them produce prototypes. “We’ve now worked with NASA, the U.S. Army, and BAE Systems”
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Electronics: Logitech  Problem: Logitech needed to cost effectively test new ideas while ensuring maximum confidentiality  Solution: The Objet Eden 3D Printing System  Results: Turnaround time on prototype parts reduced from three days to one day – Faster, more collaborative process flow from concept to final design – Significant savings on the cost of changes particularly at the fit/form/function testing stages – Improved confidentiality – Time and cost savings on fixtures for measurement “Reducing the number of contacts with the outside world is indispensable for our product’s success. Having Objet in-house helps us reduce exposure.”
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Entertainment: Legacy Effects  Problem: Needed a model making process that was quicker than traditional methods  Solution: An Objet Connex 3D Printer – Create strong parts with a variety of different materials including rubber-like and clear – The ability to easily fuse model pieces together  Results: – Quicker and easier to create collectible character models for shows and commercials – New customer base for costume design “We had our Objet printer on the Iron Man set. Parts went right from the Objet tray to chrome dipping, then attached to Robert Downey Jr. The printer was simply invaluable.”
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 Medical: Medtronic  Problem: Surgeons unhappy with implant fastening tools – 2 tools required to fasten set-screws – Result was often a violent impulse  Solution: 3D printed functional prototypes – Combined 2 existing tools for testing – Strong enough to fasten stainless screws  Results: Prototype enabled design improvements – Surgeons used prototype in hospital – Found tool could be improved by rotating handle – Speed and communications lead to better products – Substantial cost savings “Surgeons are really rough on these prototypes while trying them out, so we need tough material. FDM gave us the strength and durability we needed.”
  • SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS Your trusted Canadian 3D technology partner. When you partner with Javelin you will flourish.
  • Canadian owned and operated since 1997 To Summarize  Produce More Creative Designs  Reduce Cost of Errors  Shorter Turnaround Time  Protect Intellectual Property  Freedom of Design – Part Complexity  Efficiency for low volume production  Manufacture on Demand  Less Waste
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