Tru-Design’s innovative coating materials provide smooth surfaces and vacuum integrity for large scale 3D printed tools and cosmetic parts.
Tru-Design’s CEO Rick Spears said:
“Our company has been at the forefront of large-scale additive manufacturing since its inception. Our products have been designed to improve the performance of our customer’s 3D printed tooling and provide a broader band of aesthetic options for large scale printed products. With Composites One’s extensive North American distribution network, world-class service, and process technology expertise we are excited by the opportunity to expand the reach of our products.”
Dave Smith, VP of Marketing, Composites One added:
“Composites One embraces the new and innovative technologies that are providing opportunities to composites manufacturers to take their part production results to the next level. Tru-Design’s advanced material coatings and finishes will allow our customers to take advantage of 3D printed tooling that offers comparable cosmetics to traditional tooling options.”
Composites One will be showcasing a 3D printed tool featuring these advanced coatings at CAMX in Anaheim, September 24-26, during the Knowledge is Power demo.
Companies: Composites One