4,500 Year Old Goddess Attracts New Visitors After Being 3D Printed By Japanese Museum

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Precious historical antiques become more accessible, preserving history while educating the public on national heritage, with 3D printing Finally, a museum is encouraging patrons to touch the art. The Yamagata Prefectural Museum, in Yamagata Prefecture, Japan, is using Stratasys 3D printin … [Read more...]

Stratasys Helps Put a New Face on Transplant Surgery

Pre-operative soft tissue model produced on the Objet500 Connex3 Multi-material Color 3D Printer using flexible TangoPlus Material

The impact of Stratasys 3D printing on medical procedures is nothing short of revolutionary. From surgical guides to organ models that reduce surgery times and improve accuracy, we hear of new breakthroughs nearly every day. Among the most dramatic is a full facial transplant based on 3D printing. … [Read more...]

Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer Package Debuts on Amazon.com

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It’s easier than ever to introduce professional grade 3D printing to your office or design studio. We’re excited to announce our Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer Starter Package is now available for purchase on Amazon.com. This new addition to Amazon will give small business owners, entrepreneurs, e … [Read more...]

Nick Ervinck Recreates Motion Effects in Full-Color 3D Printed Artworks for Stratasys’ “Sixth Element” Collection at EuroMold

BRETOMER: Designed by Nick Ervinck and produced on the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer

We’re excited to showcase our collaboration with award-winning designer Nick Ervinck to produce five pioneering artworks for “The Sixth Element” collection. These pieces will be unveiled alongside two other high-profile artist collaborations at Stratasys’ first ever art gallery at EuroMold, Nov. 25 … [Read more...]

UCF Uses Stratasys 3D Printing to Create Life-Changing Prosthetic Arm for Six-Year Old

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University of Central Florida (UCF) engineering students have developed a robotic arm for 6-year-old Alex Pring, using a Dimension Elite 3D Printer by Stratasys. Born without his right arm, Pring always dreamed of climbing trees or shaking hands. His dreams came true thanks to UCF engineering stu … [Read more...]

Stratasys Speeds Access to Advanced 3D Printing with 11 New High Performance Products at EuroMold 2014

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At EuroMold 2014, we are launching an unprecedented 11 high-performance 3D printers and materials to help our customers improve their competitiveness and deliver high-end prototypes, production aids and manufactured parts with greater ease, speed and efficiency. Designers and manufacturers are in … [Read more...]

The Happy Tail of Oreo and His 3D Printed Patella

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Oreo, a six year old dog residing in Canada, suffered a dislocated left hind patella. The patella was surgically removed to relieve the pain, but the beloved mixed breed pup developed a limp after surgery which left him unable to run and play. Oreo’s veterinarian contacted the Orthopaedic Inn[Read more...]

Healthy Advice for Medical Device Development: Try 3D Printed Injection Molds

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3D printed injection molding may just be the greatest thing since sliced bread. Case after case we’re seeing significant savings in both time and costs. These winds of change have reached the folks working in medical device development and leading the charge is design and development company, Worrel … [Read more...]

3D Printing Emotions? Try Turning Your Love Story Into Art!

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Can an inanimate object embody emotion? Combining the science of Estudio Guto Requena and the technology of Stratasys 3D Printing, it certainly can. Here’s how it works. The folks over at Estudio Guto Requena in Sao Paulo, Brazil approached subjects and asked them to recount a love story. During … [Read more...]

Streamlined Kitesurfing Board Uses Stratasys 3D Printed Parts To Attempt Record Channel Crossing

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Harnessing the power of both sea and wind, five kite-surfers are attempting to cross the Bristol Channel in a world’s first, while their competitors aim to reach the same destination overland by car. The team’s unique kitesurfing boards were produced by 3D printing using a Fortus 3D Productio[Read more...]