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Figure 4® delivers ultra-fast additive manufacturing technology with systems that offer the expandable capacity to meet your present and future needs. With access to a range of innovative materials, Figure 4 enables tool-less alternatives to traditional injection molding or urethane casting processes with direct digital production of precision plastic parts, as well as ultra-fast same-day rapid prototyping. 

Learn about the versatile technology platform that begins with an ultra-fast and affordable solution that is perfect for prototyping and low-volume production and also has scalable and automated production solutions capable of producing over 1-million parts per year. 

The broad and expanding range of materials addresses a wide variety of application needs including: 

  • Rapid functional prototyping and fast concept models 
  • Replacement of traditional molding and casting urethane processes 
  • Investment casting patterns 
  • End-use durable plastic parts 
  • Short run production of plastic articles 
  • Jigs and fixtures 
  • Rapid tooling of molds and master patterns 
  • Elastomeric parts – prototypes of grommets, seals, hoses, weatherstripping, tubes, gaskets, spacers, and other vibration dampening components 
  • Medical applications requiring biocompatibility and/or thermal resistance 


Join us for this live webinar and discover our range of groundbreaking, production-capable photopolymers delivering exceptional mechanical properties and long-term environmental stability for end-use parts and production applications.

Meet our Experts

  • Richard Broad

    Richard Broad

     Product Manager Materials, 3D Systems 

    Richard Broad serves as the Product Manager for Materials at 3D Systems, where he leverages over two decades of experience in additive manufacturing applications to drive innovation in materials development. His collaborative approach to product development has been instrumental in creating tailored applications in close partnership with customers across various industries. Richard holds a BEng in Polymer Engineering from LMU, providing him with a solid foundation for his work in advancing additive manufacturing technologies. 

  • Michael Simmons

    Michael Simmons

    Manager, Application Innovation Group – Berkeley, 3D Systems 

    Michael Simmons is an advanced application engineer at 3D Systems and manages the Application Development Lab in Berkeley, CA, as part of the broader Application Innovation Group. Michael has extensive experience in expanding the use of 3D printing to a wide range of markets, including, healthcare, consumer technology, and lifestyle applications. In recent years, his focus has been on developing, and scaling mass complex manufacturing workflows in collaboration with industry leaders including Meta and TE Connectivity. 

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