FISHER/UNITECH to Exhibit in Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show

FISHER/UNITECH, leading reseller of SolidWorks® 3D design software and Stratasys 3D printers and rapid prototyping equipment, will exhibit at the upcoming Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show, in West Allis, WI. The show runs October 4-6 and is being held in Halls A&B of the Wisconsin Exposition Center.

In Booth #402, FISHER/UNITECH will demonstrate how the SolidWorks family of design products allows you to focus on innovation, while increasing productivity and improving collaboration, all at a low cost of ownership. SolidWorks offers solutions for 3D CAD, Design Validation, Product Data Management, and Documentation.

Also on display will be the new Fortus 250mc from Stratasys, Inc. The Fortus 250mc is the company’s first cross-over system, combining the ease-of-use and affordability of a Dimension 3D Printer with the control of Insight Software. Insight Software drives the Fortus line of 3D Production Systems, and empowers users with added control of build speed, part accuracy and feature detail. Like all Stratasys systems, the Fortus 250mc utilizes the additive manufacturing technique and is based on the fused deposition modeling (FDM) process.

The Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show is the Midwest’s premier metalworking and manufacturing tool show. From tooling inserts and multi-tasking CNC machines, to automation and technologies that cut, mill, drill – all offering opportunities specific to your industry to give you a specific advantage.

Show hours are 9:00 am – 5:00 pm on October 4th and 5th, and 9:00 am – 3:00 pm on October 6th. Online registration is available on the show website.

For more information, visit: www.funtech.com or www.expoproductionsinc.com/tool_home.htm

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