Fictiv, the operating system for custom manufacturing, has added 10 new 3D printing materials to its online quoting platform – giving customers further access to the necessary resources for more advanced prototyping needs. All of these new materials can be instantly quoted for dynamic pricing, lead time, and manufacturability feedback, and parts can be delivered in as fast as 24 hours.
Fictiv’s mission is to help customers simplify sourcing for custom parts, and this new selection of advanced 3D printing materials – available through Fictiv’s fast, online service – is testament to the company’s applied efforts in this direction. Fictiv’s self-service offering is also available with the option of speaking with an expert for consultative guidance and can be completed in a matter of minutes – increasing overall project efficiency. In addition to this, every order is matched with a highly-vetted manufacturing partner for dependable quality.
The new materials are ideal for a wide variety of applications across automotive, industrial, consumer products, and medical industries – for concept models, functional assemblies, jigs and fixtures, and much more.
The new materials are Nylon 12 Glass-Filled (Duraform GF) for Selective Laser Sintering; ABS ESD, ASA, PC+ABS, and Polycarbonate (PC) for Fused Deposition Modeling; Accura 60, Accura Xtreme White 200, and Accura Xtreme Grey for Stereolithography; and Nylon 11 and Polypropylene for MultiJet Fusion.
In addition to the new materials, Fictiv has increased the available print bed size for its SLS, FDM, and SLA 3D printing technologies.
Last month, Fictiv also made a new appointment to its Board of Directors – Lynda Smith – who brings over 35 years of experience in product, marketing, sales, and general management across a diverse set of hardware and software industries and has spent over 25 years working in the area of high-technology products and services. In her capacity as Chief Marketing Officer for several industry-leading companies, including Twilo, Jive, Genpact, Nuance, and Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Smith has successfully driven product marketing, product management, corporate marketing, field marketing, demand creation, channel marketing, developer outreach, marketing research, strategy development, and M&A.