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Nidek Technologies, a producer of high tech ophthalmological diagnostic systems, recently needed to find a more efficient way of optimizing their prototyping process for the simple reason that it would help them bring their devices to market faster.  Entering a device into a clinical trial is typically a very lengthy process that 3D printing can potentially accelerate and allow for innovation and greater efficiencies overall.  Nidek’s use of PolyJet technology to create their Gonioscpe device, specifically using the Object500 Connex3 with advanced materials such as Stratasys Rigur, allowed for some outstanding prototyping results and operational outcomes. Prototyping for clinical trials can…

The Terrific Tandem – Matthew Wong & Luis Carvalheiro

Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printi…

A Solution for All Ages – Connor Meehan

Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printi…

3D Printing Brings an American Dream to Life

Davide Prete, Director of The Fab Lab at The Catholic University of America in Washington DC, was introduced to the art of metal smithing by his father Alessandro in his hometown of Treviso, Italy. His love of art and design has translated into a career in scu…

The Handy Man – Grayson Galisky

Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printi…

3D Printing Moves the Ordinary to Extraordinary – Jacob Haynes

Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printi…

3D Printed Art Inspired by Nature – Daniel Fahy

Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printi…