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Injection Molding: Enhancing the DFM Process

As the operating system for custom manufacturing, the Fictiv platform is constantly being improved to make it faster, easier, and more efficient to source and supply mechanical parts.  We recently announced a major enhancement to our injection molding (IM) service, enabling you to easily receive, review, and respond to design for manufacturability (DFM) feedback directly […]

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Accelerating New Product Development with Digital Manufacturing Networks

On June 21, 2022, Fictiv’s Chief Revenue Officer Joanne Moretti, hosted a webinar on IndustryWeek where she discussed the use of digital manufacturing and how digital networks can save companies time, increase productivity and scale revenue — while reducing risk and increasing the speed of new product development.  As part of the webinar, Joanne discussed […]

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Builds & Banter: Building a Champion BattleBot the RoboGym Way

Gladiatorial. Technological. Destructive. Exciting. These are all words that describe the television spectacle known as BattleBots. But before the sparks fly and the destruction begins, a lot of work goes into making the machines ready for the arena. We’re sitting down to talk with Team RoboGym about their BattleBot named Deadlift, the thrills of competing […]

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Friendsgiving with Fictiv: 5 Ways to Accelerate Your Engineering Workflow

As an engineer, moving fast is critical to success, but you need to balance costs, quality, and lead time when planning any project. Join us as we discuss 5 common challenges engineers face when designing and building new products — and how the Fictiv Platform helps you solve them. Check out this on-demand webinar and […]

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Solving 7 Common Challenges for CNC Machining Aerospace Components

Nowhere is the precision and quality of CNC machining more important than in the aerospace and aeronautics industries. But crafting components that are both light enough to fly and strong enough to land requires milling a variety of exotic materials to incredibly tight tolerances. In this webinar, experts discuss the challenges of designing and manufacturing […]

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From Parts to Production: Finding the Right Secondary Operations for CNC Machining

Machining gets much of the attention when making CNC parts. But once you’ve properly carved your components, it’s secondary operations that provide the fit and finish of a final product.  In this webinar, our experts discuss some of the most common secondary processes after machining, including heat treating, finishing and assembly. Watch and learn how:  […]

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Injection Molding: A Solution For More Than Just Production

Counter to conventional engineering wisdom, injection molding is actually a great solution for more than mass production. With the right partner, you can get high-quality, production-grade parts at prototype speeds to supercharge your design validation cycles. In this webinar, you’ll learn from industry experts with a combined 20+ years of experience working with the injection […]

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How to Improve Your 2D Drawings and Make Your Design Intent Crystal Clear

In today’s world of sophisticated 3D models and automatically-generated CNC machine programs, creating a 2D drawing can seem like an annoying and unnecessary step in the design workflow.  However, creating a successful 2D drawing clearly communicates your design intent and critical features to a machinist – saving you time, money, and a lot of headache […]

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2021 State of Manufacturing Webinar

To say that the past year has been a wild ride for most—if not all—companies is a vast understatement. We have witnessed supply chains under stress like never before; we saw global logistics networks scrambling to deliver; and we were inspired as the manufacturing industry regained its “hero” status by producing essential goods throughout this […]

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DFM for CNC Machining: Minimize the Challenges with Designing for CNC Machining

In bringing a new product to market, it is a progressive process to consider and then optimize mechanical designs for manufacturability. Early on, it’s critical to learn the fundamentals of what can and cannot be manufactured. But there’s another step in the learning process: what can be done, but probably shouldn’t be done. “High effort” […]