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Dr. Phil Reeves Describes How Stratasys Additive Manufacturing ‘Redefines Possible’ at TCT

Strakka Race Car displayed at TCT, designed with Stratasys FDM 3D Printing
Strakka Race Car displayed at TCT, designed with Stratasys FDM 3D Printing

Stratasys used TCT 2015 in Birmingham to ‘Redefine Possible’ – demonstrating how key industries can be more efficient, productive and profitable with intelligent applications of industrial 3D printing.

The Stratasys booth hosted a wide range of practical additive manufacturing applications that customers use to reengineer their business models, including–auto parts made with soluble cores;  earphones customized for your exact ear size;  3D printed injection molds; and surgical models and guides that make surgery more accurate and efficient.

Whale 3D's Jim Sargent presenting Stratasys 3D printed injection molds at TCT
Whale 3D’s Jim Sargent presenting Stratasys 3D printed injection molds at TCT

The keynote was presented by Dr. Phil Reeves, VP Strategic Consulting, Stratasys, who spoke about ”Additive Manufacturing Market Perspective Today, and Beyond.” To better understand how additive manufacturing can impact your business, watch this interview with Dr. Reeves, filmed at the event.

This post is also available in: Portuguese (Brazil)

Carrie Wyman

Carrie Wyman

Carrie is a technology and 3D printing enthusiast, with a passion for beautiful design.

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