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3D Printed Jigs and Fixtures

Save time, reduce cost and improve safety by making jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing tools with 3D printing.

Printers most relevant for this application

All Printers

These 3D printers represent suitable systems for jigs, fixtures and other tooling applications.

F370 composite ready 3d printer

F123CR Series FDM Printers

Make strong 3D printed tools with F123CR carbon fiber materials.

f770 3d printer

F770 FDM Printer

The F770 offers large-format FDM printing at an accessible price.

Fortus 450mc 3d printer

Fortus 450mc FDM Printer

The Fortus 450mc delivers industrial-grade printing with a highly versatile range of materials.

f900 3d printer

F900 FDM Printer

Large capacity and high-performance materials make the F900 suitable for many tooling applications.

h350 3d printer

H350 SAF Printer

H350 powder bed technology offers the most cost-effective way to print tools and parts at scale.

f3300 3d printer

F3300 FDM Printer

F3300 next-gen FDM technology offers up to 2X the print speed and throughput of legacy printers.

F370 composite ready 3d printer

Make strong 3D printed tools with F123CR carbon fiber materials.

f770 3d printer

The F770 offers large-format FDM printing at an accessible price.

Fortus 450mc 3d printer

The Fortus 450mc delivers industrial-grade printing with a highly versatile range of materials.

f900 3d printer

Large capacity and high-performance materials make the F900 suitable for many tooling applications.

h350 3d printer

H350 powder bed technology offers the most cost-effective way to print tools and parts at scale.

f3300 3d printer

F3300 next-gen FDM technology offers up to 2X the print speed and throughput of legacy printers.

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Traditional vs. 3D Printing

3D printed tooling can make your factory floor more efficient, safe and cost effective.

All manufacturing operations use jigs and fixtures in some form, but making them with outdated methods is costly and time consuming. As this guide shows, 3D printing offers a better alternative.

Main Industries

All Industries

3D printed jigs and fixtures offer benefits across multiple industries.

Jigs and fixtures part aerospace

Aerospace

Aerospace companies leverage 3D printed drill guides, ground support equipment and other tools to meet schedules and cut costs.

ASA hemmer tool

Automotive

3D printing allows faster, on-demand tool creation to minimize downtime and keep production lines operational.

Medical image 3d printing

Medical

3D printing’s limitless design capability lets doctors create patient-specific surgical guides for more effective outcomes.

Jigs and fixtures part aerospace

Aerospace companies leverage 3D printed drill guides, ground support equipment and other tools to meet schedules and cut costs.

ASA hemmer tool

3D printing allows faster, on-demand tool creation to minimize downtime and keep production lines operational.

Medical image 3d printing

3D printing’s limitless design capability lets doctors create patient-specific surgical guides for more effective outcomes.

GKN aerospace

"The 3D printer offers us the enhanced geometric freedom to create previously unthought-of 3D printed tools, which then enable us to manufacture extremely complex parts that would be uneconomical or just physically impossible to create by any other means."

Customer Success Story