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Title : Polaris praises Fortus for reducing tooling costs by $60,000 per part and speeding time to market.
Company : FORTUS 3D Production Systems
Date : 11-Mar-2010
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On average, tooled snowmobile parts previously took eight to 12 weeks, at about $60,000 each. Now, Polaris’ in-house FDM machine cuts the time to about two days with outstanding cost savings as a bonus. With PC-ABS materials, functional prototypes are tested and refined long before they hit the snow.
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