Innovative Rapid Tooling: Bridging the Gap between Traditional Tooling and the Future with 3D-Printed Injection Molds

Rapid tooling represents an exciting fusion between additive manufacturing and traditional mold making, opening up innovative ways to address the many challenges in injection molding. 3D printing is increasingly being used for the production of mold inserts to complement traditional injection molding technology.

This comprehensive study focuses on the ceramic-filled resin UItracur3D® RG 3280, which was developed specifically for the cost-effective DLP process and is the ideal material to withstand the demanding conditions of injection molding.

The white paper focuses on three key aspects:

  • Processing in DLP printing
  • Design of parts
  • Compatibility with commonly used thermoplastics

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