Fictiv announced a series of new updates to its 3D printing service to meet the needs of its industrial customers’ additive manufacturing programs.
The new additions include 14 new 3D printing materials for advanced engineering applications. These include high-temperature materials such as Ultem 9085, biocompatible materials such as ABS-M30i for surgical tools and medical devices, and a range of SOMOS materials for optical clarity and water resistance. These new materials are ideal for a wide range of applications in the automotive, industrial, consumer goods and medical sectors. They are available for immediate purchase in the U.S. through Fictiv’s digital manufacturing platform.
Another highlight is Fictiv’s enhanced online quoting capabilities. Customers can now choose from extended delivery time options for more flexibility in price and time. There are also new configuration options for fill density and thread insert specification, as well as improved filter functions for material selection by application area.
Beginning in late October, Fictiv will offer customers access to Carbon Digital Light Synthesis (Carbon DLS) 3D printing technology. Carbon DLS technology features high speed, resolution and material versatility.
“We are committed to providing our customers with industry-leading 3D printing solutions for R&D as well as high-volume production needs for new product introduction,” said Riley Hall, Director of Additive Manufacturing at Fictiv. “With this expansion, our customers will not only be able to source parts with cutting-edge lead times for 3D printing, with more options than ever, they’ll also have access to all of this at an incredibly cost-effective price point.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Fictiv to provide customers with streamlined access to the highest quality industrial 3D printing solutions,” said Curt Miner, Business Development Manager at Jabil. “Fictiv’s technology platform combined with our robust additive manufacturing capabilities enables a level of speed and scale this industry has never seen before.”