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...]

3D Printing Sounds Great to Audiowings’ Wireless Headphone Design Team

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British product design house, Ignitec, has designed and manufactured a new generation of wireless headphones for the technology start-up and luxury goods company Audiowings, using its Objet30 Pro 3D Printer by Stratasys. Audiowings are luxury wireless headphones that sync with online music servic … [Read more...]

Spanish Automotive and Aeronautics Industries Getting a Lift with 3D Printed Functional Prototypes

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Providing tangible models for clients to use in their own presentations and sales pitches is a terrific niche for Spanish service provider Lupeon 3D. Founded early in 2013 by two engineers (industrial and mechanical), Lupeon is now 3D printing with Objet PolyJet 3D printing technology and creating t … [Read more...]

Japanese Consumer Products Rolling Out Faster with 3D Printing

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With increasing pressure to get products to market faster, we’re seeing more and more companies shake off the shackles of traditional manufacturing processes and move to additive manufacturing. Take the example of Japanese consumer products company IRIS Ohyama, which launches over 1,000 new products … [Read more...]

Stratasys’ New Endur 3D Printing Material Looks and Functions Like Polypropylene

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This week, Stratasys expanded its portfolio of 3D printing materials with Endur, a new PolyJet 3D printing material. Endur has the chemical characteristics and composition to give models and prototypes a polypropylene-like look and functionality, much like the characteristics of standard plastics. … [Read more...]

Some Straight Talk (and a Round Award) for 3D Printing in Orthodontics

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3D printing is becoming increasingly popular with dentists, but an even greater percentage of orthodontists are prepared to make the leap to digitizing their “shops” – or they already have! The compact Objet30 OrthoDesk, award-winning digital dental workhorse Objet Eden260V and the just launched Obj … [Read more...]

From Wheel Rims to Decanters: Bentley Drives Car Design with 3D Printing

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3D printing is helping to fuel automotive innovation by giving designers and engineers the ability to test and use different materials from conventional manufacturing processes, to scale down models for the purpose of design and even to simulate a full-size car before manufacturing. For decades, … [Read more...]

3D Printing Advances Design Education At SCAD

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SCAD, the Savannah College of Art and Design, prides itself on being “The University for Creative Careers.” It seems to be living up to that mission, as it is ranked as one of the best in the United States by DesignIntelligence. The goal of the university is to produce productive, high-quality desig … [Read more...]

New Standard in Stone Model Resolution and Appearance, with VeroDentPlus 3D Printing Material

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Stratasys announced today the immediate availability of its latest material for 3D printing of dental and orthodontics models. The new material, VeroDentPlus MED690, expands Stratasys' growing family of dental materials, offering high accuracy, dimensional stability and high resolution. “The … [Read more...]

How 3D Printing is Helping Traditional Businesses Succeed

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If you thought traditional manufacturing was having a hard time remaining competitive in today’s economy then this blog post is for you. In this short video case study, we meet the owners of a successful family business, Armac Martin, based in Birmingham in the UK. They’ve been making brass, stee … [Read more...]