WELCOME TO THE FUTURE
Wilson Tool Additive™ is making the impossible possible through 3D printing, or the process of building a 3-dimensional part from a raw material, utilizing a computer-generated file. The additive manufacturing process builds physical models from prototypes, production, end use parts, fixtures, and tooling components.
Wilson Tool International currently builds additive products using two types of processes. Determined through rigorous testing of stress resistance and longevity, these two processes offer customers a full spectrum of high-quality product possibilities.
- Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Layered Composites: FDM is strong from two directions and works well for fixtures and certain tooling types.
- FDM with Continuous Fiber Fabrication: Provides increased strength and rigidity.
- Digital Light Synthesis (DLS): Grown composites build parts using a light cured resin, without layers. It’s strong in all directions, has limited design restrictions, and is ideal for finished parts that are near mold quality.
Wilson Tool Additive™ makes made-to-order bending tools and fabrication support parts in hours — not days. The Bend3D™ product line reduces lead times for press brake tooling. Support items — such as prototypes, fixtures or molds — can be produced quickly with our Solv3D™ line. Both lines provide the quality solution customers expect from Wilson Tool.
Learn more about how the new Wilson Tool Additive™ division can meet and exceed your needs.