Video > 3D Printers > Creating Jigs and Fixtures using an Objet Printer

Date: Oct.16, 2011

Objet designed a calibration jig for the orthogonally setting between the X,Y and Z 3D printing machine axes. The design goals were to make production more effective and to significantly improve machine performance while keeping the integration time as low as possible. The cost of the jig was expected to be as high as $15,000-20,000 due to the large machine size and the high accuracy setting requirements. It was necessary to remove all major program risk as early as possible in the development period to make the jig work properly from the beginning.



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