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3D Printed Manufacturing Applications Expanding with Metal Threads and Screws

If you’re looking for new ways to expand your additive manufacturing applications, this video is a must see. It was filmed by the experts at CAPINC, a Stratasys reseller that serves the northeast United States, and features David Belanger, a member o … [Read More...]

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3D Printing Replaces Multi-step Process to Create Museum Quality Dryosaurus

Collaboration between paleontologist Jeffrie Parker, of Western Paleo Labs, and Kirk Brown, of Stratasys reseller GoEngineer, resulted in a fantastic 3D printed dinosaur! The 3D printed model of a Dryosaurus, which was unearthed by Parker in central … [Read More...]

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3D Printed Daniel Hilldrup Lampshade Shines with 46 Colors, Multiple Material Properties

Creative artist Daniel Hilldrup is hard at work putting the Objet500 Connex 3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer by Stratasys through its paces with TRIG – a fully 3D printed, multi-color lampshade in the style of Gaudi. Hilldrup is unusually gifted … [Read More...]

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Stratasys 3D Printing Gives Architects Finer Details and More Display Options for 2017 San Francisco Skyline

Steelblue and Autodesk recently introduced the largest ever 3D printed model of the San Francisco skyline, 3D printed on two Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Printers by Stratasys. Projecting the planned skyline in 2017 … [Read More...]

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Excerpt 4: Justifying Additive Manufacturing through Jigs & Fixtures

Rp+m is a strategic partner of Thogus, a custom plastic injectin molder. Rp+m uses additive manufacturing a.k.a 3D printing to produce 3D-printed 5S production aids that are crucial in Thogus’ push for operational efficiency. 5S is a method of maintaining a neat and orderly work space that places al … [Read More...]

Excerpt 3: Justifying Additive Manufacturing through Jigs & Fixtures

Oreck, a manufacturer of commercial and consumer vacuums, was an early adopter of direct digital manufacturing or rapid manufacturing by building jigs and fixtures with what was then called a rapid prototype machine. Whether used for prototyping or manufacturing, the equipment is now known as an add … [Read More...]

Excerpt 2: Justifying Additive Manufacturing through Jigs & Fixtures

Digi, the wireless networking device manufacturer, originally justified the purchase of an additive manufacturing (AM) machine based on savings from rapid prototyping. Within a year of purchasing a FDM machine, however, Digi expanded its use into applications such as building fixtures with integrate … [Read More...]