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3D Printed Soluble Cores Keep Porsche Purring!

Champion Motorsport has built its reputation on impressive victories in auto racing.  That same winning technology is now available in a line of aftermarket performance products for Porsche cars, including turbo inlet ducts for the Porsche 997 aka Po … [Read More...]

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How 3D Printing Customized Jigs and Fixtures Saves Rutland $60,000 Per Year

Rutland Plastics is a custom injection molding company located in Rutland, United Kingdom that produces products for a wide range of companies and industries. Because each project is unique, Rutland must create complementary jigs and fixtures to posi … [Read More...]

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The Top 10 Stratasys Blog Posts from 2014: Cars, Monsters and Manufacturing

As we wrap up 2014, it's time to take a look back at some of the amazing 3D printing stories and videos we've had the privilege to feature here on the Stratasys 3D Printing Blog. We’ve highlighted the Top 10 most popular stories that show how far 3D … [Read More...]

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Porsche 911 using parts enabled by Stratasys 
FDM-based 3D printing

3D Printed Soluble Cores Keep Porsche Purring!

Champion Motorsport has built its reputation on impressive victories in auto racing.  That same winning technology is now available in a line of aftermarket performance products for Porsche cars, including turbo inlet du … [Read More...]

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3D Printed Robotic Gripper: Smarter Design, Faster Delivery, Better Value for Customer

Digital Mechanics AB of Sweden combines its design and engineering experience with rapid prototyping technology to tackle challenging projects. Often the work demands more than a prototype. Recently, an injection molding customer asked Digital Mechanics to redesign a robotic gripper. After evaluatin … [Read More...]

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Watch a 3D Printed Robot Make News for Engineering Students

Picture it: A robot opens the school day by making the morning announcements, ticking off the remaining days of school on his fingers. This may sound like the opening scene of a science fiction flick, but it is just another school day for the students of Johns Creek High School. Meet Jarvis, a 3D pr … [Read More...]

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3D Printed Injection Molds Help Whale Reduce Risk and Re-Engineering, Cutting Product Lead Time by 97%

“This is hugely revolutionary for our business. We have already seen the technology take months off of our product development process and that in turn minimizes risk. In fact, I estimate that we’ve shortened our R&D process by up to 35% with Stratasys 3D printing. Add that on top of the 20% we’re a … [Read More...]