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With all the talk about how additive manufacturing is set to revolutionize the way products are made, what’s not heard about as much is the potential additive manufacturing—also called 3D printing—has to turn the supply chain on its ear and cut logistics costs for manufacturers small and large. The myriad changes additive manufacturing is set to bring about to the supply chain can be summarized using the same words often used to describe the technique itself and what it means for manufacturers and users: words like accessible, customized, and consolidated. Many researchers who follow the additive manufacturing industry, for example, say one benefit of the technology lies in the need fo…

[VIDEO SERIES] 3D Printing the Future Today

Stratasys is proud to present a conversation series hosted by our Chief Marketing Officer, Tim Bohling, titled, “3D Printing the Future Today”.  Additive manufacturing experts and insiders within our network of customers, partners and subject matter experts wi…

3D Printing Helps Create Work Ready MEMS Engineers

Microelectromechanical systems, also known as MEMS, could be described as tiny machines that have both mechanical and electrical components.  The focus of this definition is most certainly the tiny part.  While the dimensions of a MEMS can vary, their size can…