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Smart materials and new design capabilities will usher in a generation of self-modifying structures with applicability for medical, aerospace and various other innovative uses cases.
Aim is to improve 3D printing build quality, companies say.
Stratasys announces ALM as first supplier of PA12 powder for H350 production 3D printer.
Companies plan strategic partnership to bring 3D printed anatomic models to mainstream adoption for point-of-care institutions and medical device OEMs.
Aim is to streamline quality assurance for production-scale additive manufacturing, Stratasys says.
Evonik’s first industrial-grade material for the Origin One 3D printer, P3 Deflect 120, available now, with more materials on the way.
McLaren is leveraging a suite of Stratasys Neo800 3D printers to help rapidly accelerate vehicle development, company says.
With customization and design flexibility top priorities, automotive OEMs are integrating AM into their manufacturing roadmaps for full-scale production parts.
Stratasys will expand its differentiated materials offering in stereolithography, DLP, and powders, company reports.
3D printing can unleash a new generation of patient-specific medical devices, but regulatory and skills challenges persist as hospitals explore expansion into point-of-care (PoC) manufacturing.
Company announces 12.12% ownership of Stratasys as part of strategic investment in additive manufacturing.
Three high school and three college teams received top honors in the additive manufacturing competition, created in 2013 by SME and Stratasys.
Stratasys Parts Provider Network gives volume discounts and wholesale access to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.
End-use parts printed using Stratasys additive manufacturing technology will be used for production vehicles in the upcoming Toyota GR Cup Series.
High-performance 3D printed windshield air vent and underside NACA duct featured on every car.