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Manufacturing has changed in recent years. Computer-controlled machines and computer aided design (CAD) tools are more accessible and more flexible than ever before, opening the industry up to more innovative fabrication methods that can capitalize on new and improving capabilities. As for additive technology, it IS changing the world. For researches engaged in fabrication aided design (FAD), additive technology it is not just a 3D printer. It’s an idea engine. No longer does thinking, designing, fabricating need to happen in one dimension, color, texture or material. No longer will researchers be held back or encounter complicated roadblocks to proving hypothesis or bringing new ideas to li…

How 3D Printing Can Enhance and Expand Medtech Opportunities

In the September 7, 2017 issue of Medtech Insight, Scott Rader, founder and leader of the Healthcare Solutions team at Stratasys, along with Clemens Moeller and Christophe Durand of the Boston Consulting Group, explores the benefits of 3D-printed devices and h…

We’re Kicking Off the 2018 Extreme Redesign Challenge Today

Are you a design or engineering student who has a unique idea and an interest in 3D printing?   Do you have an innovative solution that will surely impact the world for the greater good that needs a venue for discovery? Our 14th annual Extreme Redesign challen…