Introducing Stratasys’ Medical Solutions Group

Stratasys Medical Solutions Group

To address the growing demand for 3D printed surgical models, medical device prototypes and other 3D printed medical applications, Stratasys is introducing its dedicated Medical Solutions Group. The Stratasys Medical Solutions Group focuses to advance the use of 3D printing and additive manufacturin … [Read more...]

Guest Blog: “3D Printing: Custom Patient Treatment Becomes a Reality”

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By Dr. Ciprian Ionita, Research Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Neurosurgery in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. Personalization and customization have always been important goa … [Read more...]

3D Printing Enables China’s Qingdao Haier Mold to Cut Prototyping Time for Home Appliances by up to 69%

End-use versus 3D printed component, produced with durable ABS-M30 material on the Fortus 900mc from Stratasys

With a population of over 1.3 billion, the homegrown consumer market in China is one of the largest in the world. Increasing purchasing power within China during past two decades has created a huge market for consumer products. Qingdao Haier Mold Co. is keeping its competitive edge by using 3D print … [Read more...]

World’s First Jet-Powered, 3D Printed UAV Tops 150 MPH with Lightweight Stratasys Materials

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Aurora Flight Sciences, a Virginia-based manufacturer specializing in advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems, is pushing the envelope of UAV design by teaming up with Stratasys to create the world’s first jet-powered, 3D printed aircraft. Using 80% 3D printed parts, the UAV is compose … [Read more...]

3D Printed Camera Case Enables Balloon Ride to Stratosphere


If a picture is worth a thousand words, this video of the Grand Canyon taken from 98,664 feet in the Earth’s stratosphere tells an entire story. A group of students from Stanford University launched a weather balloon device to capture images of the Earth’s surface at high altitudes. The project w … [Read more...]

3D Printed Heart Model Helps Change Grim Prognosis for 5-Year-Old Mia Gonzalez

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Five-year-old Mia Gonzalez has always suffered from breathing issues which limited her ability to function as a normal child. Doctors discovered a rare heart malformation known as double aortic arch. The condition causes restricted airflow due to the entanglement of an extra vascular ring around eit … [Read more...]

Stratasys and Adobe To Bring Game-Changing Color 3D Printing to Creatives


Stratasys and Adobe have announced at Adobe MAX that they are partnering to bring high-quality color 3D printing to creative professionals around the world. The two companies will begin by removing workflow and product barriers to enable creatives to easily transform their designs into vibrant and d … [Read more...]

3D Printed Spoon Gives Visually Impaired Child New Handle on Independence

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When 4 year old Anthony of Shelbyville, Kentucky lost his vision after an operation to remove a brain tumor, Wayne Whitworth, a family friend and former United States marine, offered a solution to help the little boy regain his independence. Whitworth turned to 3D printing to develop a customized sp … [Read more...]

Updating Asia’s 1000-Year-Old Mid-Autumn Festival with 3D Printed Chinese Lanterns


Among the many traditional Chinese festivals celebrated in Asia, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most colorful. It features tasty traditional Chinese food such as mooncakes (hence the name mooncake festival), pomelos, lotus seeds, and other round-shaped foods. The Mid-Autumn Festival originate … [Read more...]

3D Printing Helps Hexacopter Drone Soar Over Design Challenges


Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) has become a beacon of innovation for its adoption of additive manufacturing.  After successfully launching a 3D printing course last fall, based on the free Stratasys curriculum “Make Something That Moves Something,” WIT created a rapid prototyping course int … [Read more...]