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Pre-operative soft tissue model produced on the Objet500 Connex3 Multi-material Color 3D Printer using flexible TangoPlus Material

Stratasys Helps Put a New Face on Transplant Surgery

The impact of Stratasys 3D printing on medical procedures is nothing short of revolutionary. From surgical guides to organ models that reduce surgery times and improve accuracy, we hear of new breakthroughs nearly every day. Among the most dramatic i … [Read More...]

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Stratasys Presents a 3D Printed Aircraft Interior at EuroMold 2014

Join Fred Fischer, Director of PolyJet and FDM Applications at Stratasys, as he presents a real aircraft interior 3D printed using a unique combination additive manufacturing technologies. The presentation was filmed at Stratasys' aerospace-themed bo … [Read More...]

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Stratasys 3D Printed Shower Demonstration at EuroMold 2014

Join Stratasys Senior Marketing Specialist Morgon Mae Schultz as she presents the Eletro Zaganel case study from the Stratasys booth at EuroMold 2014. This is a great example not only of complicated functional prototyping but even more importantly of … [Read More...]

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Stratasys 3D Printing Allows Normal to Design, 3D Print and Deliver Customized Earphones in 2 Days!

At best, earbuds don’t fit perfectly. At worst, they’re painful and have awful sound quality. The “one size fits all” approach leaves a lot to be desired. While smartphones are innovating at a remarkable pace, their acco … [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...]