3D Systems' New Materials, Depth of Expertise and Technology Leadership on Display at TCT 2019 - Paving the Way for New Applications
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3D Systems' New Materials, Depth of Expertise and Technology Leadership on Display at TCT 2019 - Paving the Way for New Applications

- Figure 4® platform and innovative materials enable new applications from prototyping to production

ROCK HILL, S.C., Sept. 5, 2019 — (PRNewswire) — At TCT 2019, 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) will showcase its latest additive manufacturing solutions for plastics and metals; helping customers scale their digital manufacturing workflows. 3D Systems is the only digital manufacturing solutions company that can provide the depth of expertise, and breadth of technology leadership to address any application -- enabling businesses to reduce costs, increase revenue and remain ahead of the competition like never before. Visitors to 3D Systems' booths (Hall 3, Booths A80 & B84) will be able to learn more about the company's On Demand parts manufacturing services, end-to-end software workflow, and plastic and metal 3D printing solutions that are helping customers realize these benefits.

Water nozzle created in Figure 4 MED-AMB 10, a transparent amber biocompatible material that is sterilizable and capable of meeting ISO 10993-5 and ISO 10993-10.

Figure 4 Platform Helps Accelerate Time-to-market
The Figure 4 platform is a flexible production system with configurations designed to allow customers to grow as their needs and businesses require. On display at the 3D Systems booth, visitors will be able to see:

The Figure 4 platform is bolstered by a robust and continuously expanding materials portfolio – enabling new applications. On display will be parts produced from three newly released materials:

The company will also announce and showcase five additional new materials at TCT 2019 with planned general availability for October 1. These industry-leading materials are designed to deliver unparalleled properties for production workflows.

Metals Platform Designed for Scalable, Repeatable Metal Part Production
3D Systems will showcase metal applications enabled as a result of its partnership with GF Machining Solutions that combines industry-leading expertise in traditional and additive manufacturing. The companies' co-branded metal 3D printing solutions built upon the DMP Flex 350, DMP Factory 350 and DMP Factory 500 are designed to enhance metal parts production and redefine manufacturing environments. Visitors to the booth will be able to see applications for aerospace and healthcare that enable manufacturers to more efficiently produce complex metal parts within tight tolerances, and reduce total cost of operation.

Software Accelerates Design & Production
3D Systems' software products enable the end-to-end workflow from design and manufacture through inspection alongside a range of industrial customer applications designed to create more innovative products faster. On display will be Geomagic® Design X providing the fastest path from scan to CAD; Geomagic Control X giving users simple, powerful inspection capabilities leading to better decision making, improved efficiency in inspection workflows and lowering overall risks and costs; 3D Sprint® for preparing and optimizing CAD data and managing the plastics additive manufacturing process, and 3DXpert® all-in-one integrated software solution for additive manufacturing to prepare, optimize and print quality parts.  

Expand Resources with On Demand
Visitors to 3D Systems' booth (B84) can learn more about 3D Systems On Demand parts manufacturing services that provide customers easy access to a wide array of resources and expertise for fast product prototyping and low-volume manufacturing of end-use parts. Through a network of global facilities, customers can choose from services such as rapid prototyping, advanced prototyping, low-volume production and appearance models. 3D Systems On Demand processes include additive manufacturing, cast urethane, CNC machining, injection molding, metal die casting, sheet metal fabrication to help customers accelerate time-to-market.

Attendees to TCT 2019 will be able to learn more about the power of 3D Systems On Demand during a keynote on September 25 at 10 a.m. (TCT Summit – F100) – "Restoring the Lost Dragons at Kew: The Role of 3D Printing in Historical Restoration." The project is also among the finalists for the TCT Awards 2019 – Creative Application category.

"Our comprehensive portfolio and deep expertise is driving the adoption of digital manufacturing," said Herbert Koeck, EVP, global go to market, 3D Systems. "At TCT 2019, we are demonstrating our suite of additive manufacturing solutions - including software, 3D printers and a growing materials portfolio - enabling customers to rethink manufacturing and realize improved agility, reduced complexity, and lower overall total cost of operation."

Forward-Looking Statements
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About 3D Systems
More than 30 years ago, 3D Systems brought the innovation of 3D printing to the manufacturing industry. Today, as the leading AM solutions company, it empowers manufacturers to create products and business models never before possible through transformed workflows. This is achieved with the Company's best-of-breed digital manufacturing ecosystem - comprised of plastic and metal 3D printers, print materials, on-demand manufacturing services and a portfolio of end-to-end manufacturing software. Each solution is powered by the expertise of the company's application engineers who collaborate with customers to transform manufacturing environments. 3D Systems' solutions address a variety of advanced applications for prototyping through production in markets such as aerospace, automotive, medical, dental and consumer goods. More information on the company is available at www.3dsystems.com.


Threaded valve assembly produced in Figure 4 MED-WHT 10. This biocompatible material is suitable for use in general medical applications requiring translucency, sterilization, and/or thermal resistance, as well as consumer high temperature applications.

Threaded water hose produced in Figure 4 TOUGH-BLK 20 demonstrates the look-and-feel of injection molded ABS plastic with fine detail and smooth surface finish for form and fit testing.

(PRNewsfoto/3D Systems)

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