Jigs and Fixtures

'Now is the time to take your additive manufacturing applications to the next level'

Todd Grimm is pleasantly surprised by the progress of some companies in AM in his latest TCT column. Read more

6 Sep 2019 10:00 The Todd Grimm Column

UK automotive manufacturing firm Dunlop Systems has integrated Markforged’s 3D printing technology into its business to produce custom tooling. Read more


BMW jigs and fixtures

Ryan Lodermeier

Top reasons to use 3D printing for jigs and fixtures

Jesse Marin, Design Services Manager, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing on how to maximise 3D printing for some of the lowest hanging fruit. Read more

5 Aug 2019 09:00 Guest Column

Matsuura UK discusses a 3D printing and generatively designed workholding fixture, produced with technology from HP and Autodesk. Read more


We explore what VELO3D is bringing to market, shine the spotlight on additive in aerospace, and reflect on the 2019 RAPID + TCT show in Detroit. Read more


3D Systems marks the commercialisation of its Figure 4 Modular platform, while we bring you the latest in aerospace, report back from RAPID + TCT 2019, and Dan takes a trip to Singapore. Read more


Heineken manufacturing line in Seville.


Heineken has been implementing Ultimaker’s S5 3D printing platform to produce custom tools and functional machine parts in its brewery in Seville. Read more


Ira Green Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of military insignia and uniform items, is using RIZE technology to create prototypes and manufacturing aids. Read more


Mimaki desktop 3D printer.

Mimaki Europe

Mimaki has announced the launch of a desktop fused filament fabrication machine in partnership with Sindoh, a South Korea printing hardware manufacturer. Read more


3D printed jigs and fixtures are nothing new, they’re used by just about every vehicle manufacturer in the world to save time and money on the automotive production line. Now, Ford wants to tackle the next bottleneck, design. Read more


Deputy Group Editor, Laura Griffiths speaks to Wilson Tool International about the launch of its dedicated additive manufacturing product division. Read more


Ford is partnering with Berlin-based software company, trinckle in order to automate and scale the design process for 3D printed production and assembly tools. Read more


GKN Aerospace tooling Stratasys

Matthew Doyle

GKN Aerospace has reported improved production times and the removal of design constraints after harnessing the Stratasys F900 FDM machine to produce production line tools. Read more


Architectural façade company, New Hudson Façades (NHF) is using Rize's Rize One 3D printer to produce a range of custom fixtures. Read more


Assistant Editor, Sam Davies runs the rule over new approaches to the additive manufacturing of jigs and fixtures. Read more


GE's launch of the Spectra H EBM machine grabs the front cover, while there's a focus on additive in aerospace, and features on jigs and fixtures, and machining. Read more


Ultimaker S5

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Editorial Assistant, Sam Davies speaks to John Kawola, Ultimaker North America President, on the release of the S5, an array of materials partnerships and its machines being applied in the real world. Read more


Jabil Ultimaker jigs and fixtures


Jabil has reported significant cost and time savings after using Ultimaker desktop machines to manufacture tooling, jigs and fixtures in-house. Read more


Bosch, the German engineering and electronics company, has made a global investment in Ultimaker 3 Extended printing machines. Read more

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Moog Aircraft Group, and aerospace and defence manufacturer, has harnessed fused deposition modelling (FDM) technology to produce co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM) fixtures. Read more