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A uniquely fragile heart receives personalized treatment with 3D printed surgical planning at the University of Minnesota​'s Visible Heart Lab​. See the story from WCCO-TV | CBS Minnesota​: http://ow.ly/ylXP300GEGC
A Minneapolis woman is alive and well thanks to some creative thinking and a 3-D printer.
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A superb explanation of some of Stratasys' announcements - the J750 3D Printer and GrabCAD Print! Check out this report from RAPID 2016, via The TCT Magazine: http://ow.ly/jCPL300nxqd
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An environmentally conscious effort relies on 3D printing! See it from 3D Printing Industry: http://ow.ly/ltOI300tp1Y
Sick of seeing animals like this? Thousands of animals die each year because of human negligence, and our poor attitudes towards environmental sustainability. Those that don't die are permanently deformed, like this turtle, Peanut. 20 years after she was cut free from 6-pack rings, she still looks the
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Connectivity and Accessibility with GrabCAD Print! Watch it:
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Using 3D printed models in advance can help make surgeries faster and less risky. See what's happening, via South China Morning Post SCMP: http://ow.ly/aRTh300yEVo
Chinese University and HKU introduce technology to create personalised models of complex heart structures out of silicone
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Streamline your workflow and create fast, on-demand jig and fixture production using PolyJet technology. Learn more about this application from industry experts at the #3DForumLA, June 7-8. Register to reserve your spot today! http://ow.ly/vmp3300x76u
Register here to learn how some of the world's top automotive and entertainment experts are using Stratasys 3D printers to advance the industry. Come see our newest breakthrough, the Stratasys J750 3D Printer, featuring unrivaled aesthetic performance, coupled with unparalleled versatility.
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Unusual and beautiful 3D printed aquascapes from Japanese artist Haruka Misawa. Float on over to Design Milk for more! http://ow.ly/wKUN300GDVe
An extraordinary gallery of underwater realms created with 3D printing and the creative compositions of Nendo and Muji alum, Haruka Misawa.
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Creative use of 3D printing can get relief to the people and places that need it. See more from Sky News: http://ow.ly/D2tW300toEYCe
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Another fantastic medical tool that can be made inexpensively with 3D printing! See what these engineering students have come up with, from 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/EsZu300tp0R
Student members of Texas A&M University's chapter of Engineering World Health have just completed a 3D printed otoscope smartphone attachment, which can help third world doctors diagnose preventable hearing loss.
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“I firmly believe we are entering an age of innovation in 3-D printing. For the next 10 years, it’s going to be exciting." -- Todd Grimm, via Plastics News
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Indianapolis — Despite all the hype from a few years ago, 3-D printing hasn't replaced injection molding — or any other traditional manufacturing process. But that doesn't mean it's going away. In fact, the market is still growing like crazy, and it's still finding lots of new niche applications ...
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Two awesome 3D printed objects from Stratasys make the grade in this report from Computerworld about the coolest things at RAPID! http://ow.ly/GT1v300yEj4
In each of its 26 years, the RAPID Printing & Additive Manufacturing Conference has raised the bar for the level of sophistication of things that can be created using 3D printing techniques. This year's conference in Orlando showcased products ranging from military unmanned aerial vehicles and jet engines to human skull and knee replacements and even a full-sized, working R2D2. Here are some of the more interesting and complex objects that were o...
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It's been a while since 3D printing was mere science fiction, but that doesn't stop it from being futuristic and incredible! Check out some of the most awesome parts, from ZDNet: http://ow.ly/Ow5u300jC4w
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Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS) manufactures 3D printers and materials that enable designers and manufacturers to produce prototypes and parts directly from 3D CAD files.

Learn more about Stratasys Ltd.

Company Overview

Formed in 2012 by the merger of 3D printing companies Stratasys Inc. and Objet Ltd., the company’s systems include affordable desktop 3D printers for idea development, a range of systems for prototyping, and large production systems for direct digital manufacturing. The company’s range of over 120 3D printing materials is the widest in the industry and includes over 100 proprietary inkjet-based photopolymer materials and 10 proprietary FDM-based thermoplastic materials.

The company’s 3D printers span the spectrum of professional 3D printing, from desktop 3D printers for idea development, to professional prototyping systems, to factory floor production systems for direct digital manufacturing.

In the 3D printing industry, we are known for our technologies: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and Inkjet. Our over 120 3D printing materials offer users the widest selection in the industry. Stratasys 3D printers create prototypes and manufactured goods directly from 3D CAD files or other 3D content using thermoplastic or photopolymer-based materials.

Stratasys holds nearly 500 granted or pending 3D printing patents globally. The company also manufacturers Solidscape 3D printers and operates the RedEye On Demand digital-manufacturing service.