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Streamlined Kitesurfing Board Uses Stratasys 3D Printed Parts To Attempt Record Channel Crossing

Harnessing the power of both sea and wind, five kite-surfers are attempting to cross the Bristol Channel in a world’s first, while their competitors aim to reach the same destination overland by car. The team’s unique kitesurfing boards were p … [Read More...]

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Stratasys Heads to the Hill to Demonstrate the New Shape of Manufacturing

Strengthening competitiveness, reshoring jobs, and increasing supply chain efficiencies – all important topics of conversation yesterday, October 16, as Stratasys hosted a 3D printing showcase event on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. The main topic o … [Read More...]

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New Digital Manufacturing Road Show Helps You Make It In the New Economy

Better. Faster. Smarter. More agile and responsive. Lower costs and higher profits. This is the essence of additive manufacturing/3D printing for industrial applications. Stratasys invites you to join the Digital Manufacturing revolution with … [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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Mini 3D Printed Satellites Lowering Manufacturing and Launch Costs

Recreational space travel may not be on the near horizon, but 3D printing is making space more accessible! Small 3D printed satellites – some only 10cm square – are being launched routinely for industry and research. Phillip Keane’s CubeSat was recently named one of Virgin Media Business’ Three New [Read More...]

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Engineer 3D Prints Functional Hand Tools Including 110-Piece Tape Measure

Mechanical engineer Brian Daniels, who trained as an aerospace engineer, uses measuring devices and tools on a daily basis in his work. So far, he has prototyped a set of calipers and a wind-up tape measure that stretches to over four feet! Created on an Objet Eden 3D Printer, these tools are accura … [Read More...]

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

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...]