RedEye Australasia is Australia's largest FDM build centre, and part of Stratasys and RedEye On Demand worldwide - the world’s leading rapid prototype and parts builders. Facilitated by RapidPro in Melbourne, RedEye On Demand Australasia produces high quality thermoplastic parts and prototypes by employing the latest in Rapid Prototyping technology … Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM).

A true direct digital manufacturing solution, FDM easily converts 3D CAD files into fully operational working parts using a range of engineering thermoplastic materials, such as a 140+ degree C polyphenylsulfone and pc/iso, a material approved for medical applications (ISO 10993-1).

Managing complex part geometry with ease, FDM removes prior design limitations and tooling constraints producing high quality, fully repeatable parts in one piece. And because FDM prototypes are working parts, it streamlines product development, getting finished products to market faster. It is a tue Direct Digital Manufacturing solution with online instant quoting.

RedEye On Demand - The Factory of The Future

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Make Fiber Molds 80% Faster with a 3D Printer

Molded fiber packaging is an ideal choice because it's eco-friendly and sustainable. It's produced from old newsprint, corrugated boxes and a variety of other plant fibers making it 100% recyclable and biodegradable. Unfortunately, waiting three to four weeks for a machined mold might be a deal breaker.

With RedEye Australasia's FDM technology, you can produce a fiber mold in just a few hours. FDM technology automates and accelerates mold production by replacing the design, machining and screening processes of traditional mold building.

Download the application guide to find out how you can make paper pulp molds 80% faster with a 3d printer.