How Objet is helping Black & Decker Get Products to Market Faster


Design World posted an article about this nice webinar to their site yesterday. In it, Christopher Barretta from the Stanley Black & Decker Industrial Design team describes how their company is using Objet's multi-material 3D printing systems to rapidly prototype their next generation of products … [Read more...]

Objet to Demonstrate Unique Multi-Material 3D Printing Applications at Rapid!


Visit Objet at Rapid ~ Booth 104 ~ May 23rd to May 26th Today is the start of Rapid - America's definitive additive manufacturing event covering everything from inkjet-based 3D printing to stereolithography, fused deposition modeling, laser sintering and more. Here is a nice presentation that … [Read more...]

3D Printing at 2011 Skills Ontario

One of the cooler 3D printed models I have seen in action in quite a while.  I saw this crawler in action at the 2011 Skills Ontario event.  This was a 3D creation of a first-year student from Niagara College.  It reminded me of the At-Ats (I always thought they were Ak-Aks until I just looked how t … [Read more...]

Objet Debuts New 3D Printing Materials for UK Market at PDM Today!


Objet will be presenting the latest additions to its portfolio of 65(!) 3D printing materials at PDM 2011, today, at the ExCel Center in London. Stand 54. The new materials - both the ABS-like Digital Material for simulating ABS-grade engineering plastics and the Clear Transparent material (Objet … [Read more...]

From Design to Functional Shoe in Under a Day!

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Marloes ten Bhömer is a critically acclaimed designer producing shoes that are both provocative and otherworldly. Her work is a unique fusion of art and technological experimentation. Ten Bhömer's work has been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally and she gives lectures about her work … [Read more...]

Learn about the Material Revolution in Rapid Prototyping - Free White Paper

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Having taken a small gap break for the spring holidays, we're back again and following hot on the heels of our previous posts that introduced Objet's revolutionary ABS-like material for simulating engineering plastics and Objet VeroClear for printing water-clear transparent prototypes and parts. … [Read more...]