Upgrades to 3-D Printer Boost Opportunities for Engineers

Looking for new technology? Great news! The SEMA Garage recently expanded the services that are available to all SEMA members. With the addition of a new Stratasys F370 3D Printer, the SEMA Garage is now capable of 3D printing a new elastomer known as TPU 92A. This new system has the ability to produce complex parts that elongate and compress, all within a 14 × 10 × 14-inch envelope. Combining the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology with a rubber-like material, allows for a wide range of rapid prototype applications. If you are interested in utilizing this new technology for your next prototype, please contact our SEMA Garage staff (garage@sema.org).