Dassault Systèmes Launches “Sustainability Challenge” for Students to Rethink the Use of Plastics

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The grand prize winning team will be invited to present their project to an audience of experts at Monaco Ocean Week. Featured News 3DEXPERIENCE platform Dassault Systèmes Monaco Ocean Week plastic Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Sustainability Challenge

Fight Against Covid-19, Nico Rosberg Raffles Off His 2018 Energica EGO with Many Parts Manufactured by CRP Technology via LS Process

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Anyone entering the raffle has a chance to win Nico’s custom designed Energica Ego electric sportbike, which will be handed over by Nico Rosberg personally during a Meet & Greet in his hometown Monaco.

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Why the Race Track is the Ultimate 3D Printing Proving Ground

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Whether it’s the fabled streets of Monaco, the high banks of Daytona or the bricks at Indianapolis, we’ll be working side by side with engineers and technical teams to push the envelope further and faster.

Paula Radcliffe’s Secret Weapon for the London Marathon – 3D Printing


Last Sunday, around 37,500 runners crossed the finish line of the London Marathon , each of them with a story to tell. Among these, some had a very special story to tell, and a select few came with an extraordinary story that needs to be shared with the world….

McLaren Racing and Stratasys Team Up to Bring Additive Manufacturing to Formula 1

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At Monaco in 2016, McLaren celebrated 50 years of racing in Formula 1. From left, Jonathan Neale, McLaren Technology Group COO and Ilan Levin, Stratasys CEO. We’re delighted to announce a new four-year partnership with McLaren Racing!

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3D printed coral reefs in Monaco help preserve and save marine biodiversity


In sad yet un-surprising news earlier this month, scientists confirmed that the third-ever global bleaching of coral reefs is under way, and that it could be the biggest coral die-off in history.

The F1 Season Starts Sunday

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Monaco. Monaco. The F1 season starts on Sunday. The Melbourne Grand Prix, sees the beginning of a nail-biting competition that will see F1 drivers race around the world. As a key supplier of production Additive Manufacturing (AM) 3T RPD will be on each starting grid of every race.

DJI Shipping FAQ and How to Get Free Shipping

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Gentlemen – to your cars!

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Monaco. Monaco. Racing driver, Graham Hill, claimed that when he was racing, the track was his “canvas” and that his car was his “brush”.

McLaren Formula 1 Racing Deploys Stratasys Additive Manufacturing to Improve 2017 Car Performance

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At Monaco in 2016, McLaren celebrated 50 years of racing in Formula 1. Stratasys FDM and PolyJet 3D Printing Solutions are being used to produce final 3D printed race-ready parts for the new McLaren MCL32 race car, as well as manufacturing tooling to advance production.

Six 3D printed coral reefs installed on Monaco's ocean floor


Innovators on the island of Monaco are forging previously unseen territory in the fight to save the world’s coral reefs. As an important source of Earth’s most diverse ecosystems, coral reefs sustain 25% of the world’s marine life. Yet as climate change continues to drive a deadly underwater heatwave. 3D Printing Applications

Conserving the Caribbean oceans with 3D printed coral reefs


With the success of the 3D printed coral in places such as Monaco and Bahrain, another organization, this time based on the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire, is following suit. While 3D printing trends may come and go, this one is sure to stick and could even help to renew life and save underwater ecosystems.