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Siemens Replaces German Train Parts On Demand with Stratasys FDM 3D Printing (Eng sub)

Producing one-off customized parts quickly and cost-effectively is now possible with Stratasys 3D Printing. In this fascinating video, you will learn how Siemens Mobility is producing replacement parts for the German rail company SWU Verkehr. The parts are produced in a matter of days with FDM-based 3D printing, compared to weeks with traditional manufacturing methods to keep the German transportation running on schedule.  

Electric Powered Inter-City Air Travel on the Horizon with 3D Printing

Eviation, an innovative electric aircraft start-up company show how 3D printing for rapid prototyping, tooling and end-use parts has allowed them to develop a unique design of electric-powered commercial aircraft that could revolutionize inter-city commercial transport within the next few years. By saving months of engineering hours and many hundreds-of-thousands in start-up costs, 3D printing is enabling a whole new generation of aerospace start-up’s such as Eviation to innovate and bring the next transport revolution to market.  

3D Printed Full Color Texture Prototypes & Functional Parts: Stratasys J750

A look at a range of 3D printed parts printed on the Stratasys J750 rapid prototyping 3D printing solution, the world’s only full color and multi-material 3D printer. Featuring Digital ABS Plus, a tough, engineering grade material, Agilus 30, an enhanced rubber-like material with excellent surface finish and elongation at break, and VeroFlex, a new eyewear solution material combining the optimal rigidity and durability for eyewear drop testing and full-color design validation.  

Customized Aircraft Interiors Take Off at Paris Air Show 2017 – Part 1

Some great examples of 3D printing and rapid prototyping in action at the 2017 Paris Air Show. Full color, multi-material 3D printed parts are used to rapidly iterate and validate custom aircraft design interiors including seat arm rests, interactive entertainment systems, video displays, and remote consoles. Many of these parts are created on the Stratasys J750 full-color, multi-material 3D printer.  

Stratasys F123 3D Printer Series Puts the Rapid Back in Prototyping

Stratasys pools 28 years of rapid prototyping experience to bring you the F123 Series. This is the first 3D printing solution designed from the ground up for the way you design.   Your workgroup is simply going to love it! The F123 Series combines an office-friendly design, “no brainer” interface, a choice of materials and print speeds to fit each project – all topped of with Stratasys legendary engineering-grade performance and precision.   That means you’ve finally got an affordable, plug & play solution that can handle just about any prototyping requirement – from concept verification and design validation to…

The Center for Advanced Design 3D Prints Rapid Prototypes with Stratasys

At the Center for Advanced Design (CAD), a product development firm in Minnesota, a team of design engineers specialize in creating complex surface geometry for the plastics industry. The agile team of six handles everything from industrial design concepts and digital sketching to assisting clients with implementation by building production tooling. Their ability to advance projects quickly keeps their specialized team very busy. Watch the video to learn more.  

Customized Aircraft Interiors Take Off at Paris Air Show 2017 – Part 2

Some great examples of 3D printing and rapid prototyping in action at the 2017 Paris Air Show. Full color, multi-material 3D printed parts are used to rapidly iterate and validate custom aircraft design interiors including seat arm rests, interactive entertainment systems, video displays, and remote consoles. Many of these parts are created on the Stratasys J750 full-color, multi-material 3D printer.  

The Evolution of PolyJet 3D Printing Materials

Stratasys has been continually evolving and improving its PolyJet range of 3D printing materials for over 13 years. Today, PolyJet materials cover the widest scope of Rapid Prototyping and Design Verification requirements. No other technology is able to achieve the true product and final part realism that PolyJet technology today enables.  

3D Printing Materials Quarterly (Episode 2, November 2013)

Sam Green and Zehavit Reisin of the Stratasys Materials Business Group discuss the various merits of the latest Digital ABS material options: Digital ABS Ivory is a new material providing the same performance as the original Digital ABS green material – the only change is to the color. Digital ABS2 is a new Digital Material option that allows users to 3D print both the green and the ivory versions with rigid thin walls down to 1mm or less.  

3D Printing Materials Quarterly (Episode 1, August 2013)

Sam Green of the Stratasys Materials Business Group provides a close-up look at 3 of the company’s most interesting 3D printing materials: VeroClear transparent material and Digital ABS material (both from the PolyJet line of materials used on the Objet 3D printers) and the ULTEM 9085 tan thermoplastic material (from the FDM line of materials used on the Fortus400 and Fortus900 production systems). Of particular interest is the use of Digital ABS material for the production of short-run injection molding and blow molding tools to save time and money on traditional steel/aluminum tooling.  

Custom Samsung case by 3D Systems at CES 2014 | Engadget

It figures that Samsung would want to take its “Create” tagline for the Note series and press on into 3D printing because: You. Customization. The endless possibilities. And all that other jargon-y industry buzz buzz buzz. Well, now that the Korean electronics giant’s taking a stab at the make-it-yourself wheel, it’s partnered with 3D Systems to show off an app that makes custom inserts for specially-designed Galaxy Note 3 cases.  

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