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Stratasys Hits the Slopes with 3D Printed Skis

Not all the winter sports records are being set in Sochi. Here’s one fresh from Lake Tahoe! Stratasys co-founder, chairman and chief innovation officer Scott Crump recently braved the slopes to test a pair of what are believed to be the first full … [Read More...]

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Stratasys Gallops into the Chinese New Year with Multi-colored 3D Printed Horse

Happy Chinese New Year! We’ve entered the new lunar year and this year in the Chinese zodiac is the Year of the Horse. The horse is regarded as an intelligent, elegant, energetic and reliable animal, and it signifies a successful and strong year ahea … [Read More...]

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Video Highlights from Objet500 Connex3 Launch at SolidWorks World

More than 50 editors from all over the world attended the launch of the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer from Stratasys at SolidWorks World 2014. Among the presenters were Stratasys’ Executive VP of Marketing, Jon Cobb, who opened the … [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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New Tips on Mass Finishing for FDM Parts

I'm continually experimenting with advanced techniques for mass finishing batches of parts built with Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology, and I plan to keep updating you as I make discoveries. I found it's possible to leave support on parts that have small interior pins or clips to protec … [Read More...]

You Can Mass Finish FDM Parts

For additive manufacturing applications where surface finish is important but volumes are too high for hand-finishing, I've long suspected that mass finishing would work. This time-tested method of polishing parts by the batch is traditionally used on metal components, so I set to work experimenting … [Read More...]