Customized 3D Printed Brace for Panthers’ Linebacker Could Make Super Bowl History!

The arm brace for Panthers' linebacker Thomas Davis was 3D printed by Whiteclouds on a Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer.

What do you do if you’re a linebacker in the NFL and you break your arm two weeks before the Super Bowl? Well that’s what happened to Thomas Davis, All-Pro star linebacker for the Carolina Panthers. Thomas broke his right forearm in a January 24 game against the Arizona Cardinals, winning him a trip … [Read more...]

Stratasys Expands 3D Printing Adoption through Simplification

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They say everything is bigger in Texas. Well, that’s certainly true at SOLIDWORKS World 2016, where Stratasys is again making big news. John Gould, North America President of Stratasys, has just addressed a packed room of journalists with some major announcements that are expected to expand the adop … [Read more...]

New Stratasys Creative Colors Software for Connex3: Powered by Adobe, Loved by Designers!

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The release of the new Stratasys Creative Colors Software, powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine, is making creatives crazy happy! Designed for Objet Connex3 3D Printers, it combines, for the first time, advanced color management (including gradient colors) with a direct design-to-3D print work … [Read more...]

Solar-Powered Smart Scooter Rolls Out 50% Faster with 3D Printing

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Leveraging an intelligent combination of Stratasys PolyJet and FDM 3D printing technologies, a German start-up, Floatility GmbH, has developed a lightweight, solar-powered, electric scooter. Known as the “e-floater,” this rentable scooter has an electric motor and is a stabilized by three wheels. It … [Read more...]

Why Stratasys’ New SUP706 Soluble Support Material Is Ideal for Intricate Parts

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Stratasys recently introduced SUP706 soluble support material for PolyJet parts.  The Stratasys Blog sat down with David Tulipman, Product Marketing Director of PolyJet Materials, to discuss the benefits and applications. Stratasys Blog: What is SUP706? David:  SUP 706 is the first multi-funct … [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...]

New Stratasys-Adobe Workflow Makes 3D Printing More Accessible: Watch the Demo!

Stratasys' Leslie Frost showing off the Objet500 Connex3 Color 3D Printer to young creative professionals at Adobe MAX

A few weeks ago Stratasys brought live color 3D printing to Adobe MAX for the very first time.  Creative professionals flocked to the Stratasys 3D Printing Gallery at the Community Pavilion to see cutting-edge color 3D printing in action…and the resulting awesome models. In fact, the two comp … [Read more...]

Stratasys Groundbreaking Triple-Jetting 3D Printing Now Available for Larger Dental Labs: Increased Throughput + Ultra-Real Color Dental Models

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“Now with the launch of the Objet500 Dental Selection 3D Printer, we are adding inceased throughput and productivity to this winning formula by featuring Stratasys game-changing, triple-jetting technology on a larger platform. We believe this is a ‘must have’ 3D printing solution for larger dental a … [Read more...]

Daniel Widrig’s New 3D Printed Art Collection Explores Futuristic Human Form

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Acclaimed artist and designer Daniel Widrig is collaborating with Stratasys to create a futuristic 3D printed art collection. The collection, entitled Descendants, is due to be unveiled at the upcoming ‘GLOBALE: Exo-Evolution’ exhibition, which will be held at ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsru … [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...]