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Engine cooling fan made from POM (acetal) using a Stratasys 3D printed injection mold.

The Additive Manufacturing Advantage

3D printing has been slowly revolutionizing the way things are made for more than 20 years.  Especially ripe for this kind of re-engineering are the fields of aerospace, automotive, biomedical, defense, education, consumer goods and electronics. 3D p … [Read More...]


3D Printing Hollow Parts Using FDM Technology Saves Time, Money and Materials

Creating end-use or prototyping parts, regardless of industry, can be a time-consuming and expensive process. FDM 3D printing technology offers a solution that blends quick turnaround with a financial benefit. What is it? Leaving the inside of a 3D p … [Read More...]


Impresionante 3D Printed Fashion Accessories Created in Colombia

When it comes to fashion, sometimes a special little something can go a long way, especially if you are looking to spice up your style with Latin American accessories. Camilo Alvarez, one of the leading fashion designers in Colombia, has recently com … [Read More...]

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Dassault Systèmes’ Bleu Travels the 5 Stages of Car Design with Multi-material 3D Printing

When engineers at CATIA/DS wanted to show potential customers how they can prototype an automobile with 3D printing, they took the process to a new level! Showing off the capabilities of their Objet260 Connex Multi-mater[Read More...]

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