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

Stratasys 3D heart model Mia Gonzalez

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...]

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...]

High-End Fashion Collection Mimics Sea Structures with 3D Printed Digital Materials


The Austrian architect and designer Julia Koerner has unveiled The Sporophyte Collection. Comprised of three ready-to-wear, high-end fashion pieces, the collection was produced in collaboration with Stratasys on the Objet500 Connex3 multi-color, multi-material 3D Printer, using PolyJet-based digital … [Read more...]

OpHeart: 3D Printing is the Game-Changer for Infant Heart Surgery


OpHeart, a nonprofit organization that aims to provide the best possible care for children born with life-threatening heart defects, has become a crusader for normalizing 3D printing medical practices across health care institutions. OpHeart’s founder, Anne Garcia, is spearheading fundraising effort … [Read more...]

Student 3D Prints Life-changing Baby Bottle for Preemies

3d printed NICU bottle

Ravid Koriat, a recent graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, used personal inspiration for her final project in Industrial Design. A conversation with her sister-in-law about the challenges of nursing and pumping “mother’s milk” prompted Koriat to design a new style of fee … [Read more...]

The Real Cutting Edge: Getting a Handle on Stone Age Tools with Stratasys 3D Printing

‘Stone hand-axe’ number 5; Custom, ergonomic axe handle 3D printed in Stratasys VeroGray material. Photo credit: Moti Fishbain

Stone-age hand-axes were a functional utility tool as well as prehistoric status symbol, demonstrating primeval man’s ability to adapt, innovate and use technology to improve his lifestyle and long-term existence. Among the stone-age community dating back to the Paleolithic Period some 700,000 years … [Read more...]

Watch PTC's Brian Thompson Present the New Seamless PTC & Stratasys Design-to-3D Print Worklflow

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The new joint PTC-Stratasys Design-to-3D Print Workflow is set to dramatically streamline and facilitate the process of designing complex parts and models using Creo 3.0 and producing them on Stratasys’ Objet500 Connex3 3D Production Systems. In this exclusive interview filmed at PTC Live 2015 in … [Read more...]

PTC & Stratasys Introduce Seamless Design-to-3D Print Workflow at PTC Live 2015


PTC and Stratasys today announced the companies are working together to deliver a seamless experience between PTC Creo® design software and Stratasys 3D Printing Solutions, allowing designers and manufacturers to perform informed design specification, file preparation, print optimization and print e … [Read more...]

Neri Oxman’s 3D Printed Photosynthetic Wearables Shine New Light on Art, Design, Science & Technology at TED2015

Neri Oxman’s lauded TED Talk reveals Stratasys 3D printed wearable designed to host living matter. Photo credit: Bret Hartman, courtesy of TED.

Architect, designer and long-term 3D printing collaborator Prof. Neri Oxman has revealed the world’s first 3D printed photosynthetic wearable, embedded with living matter, on the TED2015 stage in Vancouver. Oxman unveiled Mushtari, an artwork 3D printed by Stratasys and the world’s first wearable … [Read more...]