Stratasys FDM-based uPrint 3D Printer has long been a favorite of educators, engineers and just about anyone who’s producing prototypes, assembly tools and final parts. Voted as the world’s most reliable 3D printer by Popular Mechanics and Design News, uPrint is that rare solution that combines accuracy, repeatability, and reliability with affordability. Don’t let its office friendly, compact size fool you. uPrint is an engineering grade system that can tackle the most challenging geometries, with features like a heated build chamber to ensure accurate, repeatable results with advanced materials,  and the use of soluble support for hands-free post processing. Video: Learn why uPrint is a per…

How 3D Printing Fuels STEAM Education

Science, Technology, Education, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) education has been a focus of development worldwide in recent years. Building upon conventional wisdom about STEM education, new research is inspiring teachers to add an artistic dimension to their m…

Björk Performs in Neri Oxman Designed 3D Printed Mask

The Icelandic music and film icon Björk has taken yet another fashion-forward step. Before an invitation-only audience at Tokyo’s Miraikan Museum, Björk performed in a 3D printed mask designed by MIT professor, designer and innovator Neri Oxman. Inspired by Bj…

High School Teams Use 3D Printing for Custom Robotics Parts

Guest Blog from the Iron Maidens Team, Apple Valley High School, Apple Valley Minnesota FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics teams love 3D printed parts! From gears to treads, from wheels to phone mounts, from sprockets to strain relief, the FTC 2016 World Cham…