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Stratasys Color Multi-Material 3D Printing: a Sound Idea for Oxman’s Gemini Acoustic Chaise

Neri Oxman, Architect, Designer and Professor of Media, Arts and Science at MIT Lab, in collaboration with Professor W. Craig Carter, Department of Materials Science and Engineering of MIT, has continued to push the envelope of Stratasys color multi- … [Read More...]

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Top 10 Finalists for the Stratasys Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge Announced

The 10th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge, from Stratasys, has named the top 10 finalists in each of its three categories: Art & Architecture, Middle & High School Engineering and College Engineering. An additional person was named the w … [Read More...]

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British Prime Minister Cameron Presents Stratasys 3D Printed Sculpture to Israeli President Peres

During his recent visit to Israel, British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Israeli President Shimon Peres a special token of friendship that symbolizes the two countries’ scientific research collaboration.  The diplomatic gift was a 3D printed scul … [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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Foundry Patternmaking With FDM Technology

Danko Arlington is a sand casting pattern shop and foundry in Baltimore, Maryland. Danko bought a Fortus 900mc 3D Production System from Stratasys three years ago to assist in constructing new patterns for their foundry. Since then, Danko’s understanding of Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technol[Read More...]

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Jamming With 3D Printers at the University of Chicago

No, not the guitar-playing jamming…  In the world of material science, “jamming” is what occurs when the volume available to a bunch of grains in a granular material (such as sand) gets so small that the grains jam into each other, effectively getting stuck. Depending on the shape of the grains, the … [Read More...]