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With 3D printing materials, knowledge is power

Leslie's Blog

The more you know about available materials, the easier it will be to get the final build results you seek. The key to a thriving 3D printing / additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) industry will be materials. And users continue to question the high costs of some materials.

Push the boundaries of color 3D printing

Leslie's Blog

Now Adobe has taken the next step with the recent announcement with Stratasys Ltd. The two companies are joining forces to eliminate workflow and product barriers that prevent creative professionals from easily transforming their designs into vibrant and durable color 3D printed models.

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Stratasys and PTC Creo work together to streamline 3D printing

Leslie's Blog

It’s no secret that there is a gap between design software programs and additive manufacturing systems that challenges design engineers on printing the part they really designed. One step in addressing this gap is the recent news announcement that Stratasys Ltd. ,

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How to insure a design is 3D printable

Leslie's Blog

–Don’t think about designing for manufacturability; simply create the design and address manufacturing later. These are common bits of advice when it comes to developing a design for additive manufacturing. Stratasys Ltd.

Use your 3D printing skills to help differently-abled veterans

Leslie's Blog

Over the years, there have been a number of heart-warming stories about innovators and engineers using 3D printing to design prosthetics and other systems that help veterans regain abilities they may have lost. It also gives designers an opportunity to create unique solutions for veterans’ needs. The VA Center is partnering with Stratasys for this event. Stratasys is supplying 14 FDM 3D Printers and application engineering support for the two-day design challenge.

Additive manufacturing moves beyond the “cool” phase

Leslie's Blog

The majority of the 700 respondents are familiar with additive and it’s benefits–79% know AM gives users access to more complex design capabilities. The respondent makeup was 47% engineer, 15% designer, 14% executive, 13% other, and 9% project manager.

Here they come—faster additive manufacturing systems

Leslie's Blog

Speed depends on part design, material, and the selected additive build process. At this year’s Hannover Show, Stratasys Ltd. For tough parts in high-speed mode, the Objet1000 Plus 3D Production System is compatible with Endur polypropylene-like material.

Additive manufacturing technology moves into production

Leslie's Blog

It offers a unique processing capacity of highly viscous materials (pastes), combining throughput, resolution and precision. The ProMaker L5000 was designed to produce large quantities of parts at once while maintaining precision and accuracy, even on the smallest parts.

Underwriters Laboratories offers a resource for 3D printing info needs

Leslie's Blog

Recently, UL initiated a number of initiatives that will help designers confidently harness the benefits of 3D printing in a way that’s relevant to their business needs. The concerns UL experts are working on include developing a quality and safety framework, technical roadmap, material safety and compatibility, and workplace safety. In addition, UL is developing training and education programs, as well as a materials’ database.

How to eliminate 3D printing post processing steps

Leslie's Blog

When engineers at Otterbox design a new style smart phone or smart tablet cover, they want the best possible prototype representation of the final product that they can achieve. On the one hand, it is an evolutionary machine; instead of jetting three materials, it jets six base line materials.

Additive manufacturing–your way

Leslie's Blog

It looks like Stratasys is also working on increasing the efficiency of design to 3D print experience. It has developed a customer-focused Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem designed to help you design and manufacture better products, your way.

AMUG 2016—a unique opportunity to learn and connect

Leslie's Blog

It gives attendees a chance to get a closer look at established and new machines and to get answers to questions about use or design with a specific system. The number of sponsors is a clear sign that 3DP/AM is growing in use and importance to design and manufacturing operations.

Stratasys Helps Bridge Adoption Chasm in 3D Printing, Making the Power of Additive Manufacturing More Accessible and Economical

Additive Manufacturing

Enhanced Objet Connex3 Multi-color, Multi-Material 3D Printer Minimizes Complexity and Cost. New Stratasys Creative Colors Software, Powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine, Maximizes Creativity and Ease of Use and Simplifies Design-to-3D Print Workflow. About Stratasys Ltd.

Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and Subtractive Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

The Solidworks Blog

This year at SOLIDWORKS World we don’t just have over 200 break-out sessions for you to gain additional insight into design automation, electrical design, simulation or PDM. This offers significant freedoms of the geometry that can be produced as there is no other material in the way.

Find the Right Technology for Your Application


Today’s advanced 3D printing and advanced manufacturing processes boast fantastic design feats, which can make it difficult to determine the right manufacturing technology for your project. This is partly because of the time required to print designs that exceed a 5×5” cube.