Let’s face it. Jigs and fixtures are not the most glamorous 3D printed parts. They’re often quick to design and need to be quickly produced with none of the frills and visual judgements of a traditional finished product. They are, however, essential tools in the lives of manufacturing engineers, test engineers, and machinists alike. 3D printing has become a de facto technology for producing jigs and fixtures because of the speed and ease of going from CAD design to finished part.
Join us as we give you the complete rundown on how to quickly produce strong, durable, and affordable jigs and fixtures using 3D printers.
- What are jigs and fixtures?
- Where do you find jigs and fixtures - real-world examples
- From problem to tool in 24 hours or less
- Printing jigs and fixtures on METHOD X