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3D Printing Trade Show Video – Stratasys at Rapid Expo in Detroit Michigan
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Here is a quick video with the 3D Printing Channel. Today we talk with Scott from Stratasys at the latest trade show in Detroit. Stay tuned for more at: http://3dprintingchannel.com/stratasys/

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4D Printing – How Far Will 3D Printing Smart Objects Take Us?
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At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tibbits and researchers from the firms Stratasys and Autodesk Inc were trying to come up with a way of describing objects they were creating on 3D printers… objects that not only could be printed, but thanks to geometric code, could also later change shape and transform on their own. […]

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HP, The New 3D-Printing Contender?
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You may have heard that HP tried to join the 3d-printing game in 2010 when it signed an agreement with Stratasys, which was going to start manufacturing 3d-printers under the HP brand name. However, the agreement fell through in 2012 and was discontinued. Well two years after that failure, HP has come back to say […]

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Stratasys – The 3D Printing and Scanning Technology Giant
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If you pay attention to the major innovation in the 3d-printing industry, its practically guaranteed you have heard of Stratasys. These guys have been around since the dawn of 3d-printing. S. Scott Crump was one of the first innovators of the additive manufacturing technology when he wanted to make a toy frog for his daughter […]

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Movie Magic or 3D Printing?
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TV and film special effects company, Legacy Effects, utilizes 3D printers in the development of movie props and costumes.

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New Digital ABS S2 High-Rigidity Polyjet 3D Printing Material
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The new enhanced version of digital ABS comes with the same original benefits, plus enhanced dimensional stability for fine edges and thin walls.

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4D Printing at Stratasys and the University of Colorado
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Material properties are now allowing for an added dimension in 3D printing – time. Thanks to “programmed action of the shape memory fibers,” a 3D-printed object can change shape after being printed. This is called 4D printing. Below, a 3D-printed noodle-like strand distinctly changes shape over time, after having been printed already. First proposed by […]

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Bentley Uses Stratasys 3D Printing to Prototype Cars
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Imagine how much easier it would be to manufacture a car if you could prototype small-scale, physical car parts? The video below shows how Bentley uses Stratasys 3D Printing to model small versions of designs for hubcaps, tires and their treads, auto bodies, interiors, and more. Bentley can efficiently prototype and design top-of-the-line automobiles for […]

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Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace – Summit
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The latest press release from Planetary Resources about its partnership with Stratasys underlines the existing media stories about NASA, Branson’s Virgin Galactic, and SpaceX’s interest and activities in adopting in additive manufacturing methods for high performance orbital – plus applications. Yet a number of hurdles remain to be tackled before a robust aerospace additive value […]

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