Case Studies Archive | Adaptive Corp

Case Studies Archive | Adaptive Corp

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3D Printer Enables Toolmaker to Produce Fixturing, End-Use Parts

Identifying and solving bottlenecks is an important part of keeping any business running. Elliott Tool Technologies identified a holdup in the process of producing its work holding fixtures, one that a 3D-printing system from Markforged has helped to solve.

The goals were to speed part prototyping to evaluate compatibility with fixture designs and to lower costs compared to conventional processes. The company just needed to find a cost-efficient machine that could produce parts of the quality it needed.

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Crash Test Dummies Get Older—and Better

As they worked to cost-effectively develop their latest elderly dummy model, Humanetics decided to look into 3D printing (a.k.a additive manufacturing) technology to more quickly fulfill their needs for small-batch production, less expensive replacement parts, and faster turnaround times.

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Wilson Case Study

Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co., a division of Amer Sports Corporation, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sports equipment, apparel and accessories. Wilson is a global leader in high performance products using player insights to develop products that push equipment innovation into new territories.

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