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Small but purposeful! PlasticsToday takes a deeper look at the advantages of 3D printing patient-specific devices. http://ow.ly/nwmb303vu26
One of the rightly touted breakthroughs of 3D printing in the medical space is the technology’s capability of producing custom orthopedic devices that precisely match specific patient anatomies.
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A possible treatment device for microcephaly caused by Zika was prototyped with 3D printing. See more on this important story from 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/ZxpD303tJeQ
A team of scientists from UAEM in Mexico has developed a device that could help lessen the effects of microcephaly in unborn fetuses. The device, a micro valve which allows excess cerebrospinal fluid to be released from the brain, was prototyped and developed with the help of 3D printing technologies.
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Specialty archery bows from Hoyt Archery get prototyped with Stratasys 3D printing with help from GoEngineer. Check it out! http://ow.ly/fXF5303yjhY
Hoyt engineers are constantly developing cutting edge archery equipment for use in the Olympics and other competitions around the world. Find out how.
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Design elements with pop! Now enhanced with 3D printed possibilities. See more from 3DPrint.com: http://ow.ly/Db6F303tRml
This year, design company Lehrmitt Design Studios celebrates their 20th anniversary - and they certainly have a lot to celebrate. The Austin, Texas-based company has been in the business of creating unusual, funky-looking wall coverings for years, but recently they've branched out with a whole new...
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Teaching kids 3D design will enable them to naturally engage with 3D printing technology. Will this be required curriculum for the next generation of students? Via 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/lwW0303uyDd
A team of Swedish developers is giving kids a running start on the path towards STEM careers with Flying Colors 3D, a new and highly accessible free 3D modeling tool that makes 3D design as easy as drawing with pencils.
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A huge project to scan and 3D print precious art and artifacts in Iran is underway. See more from 3Ders.org 3D Printing News: http://ow.ly/2lDg303kAr9
Iran's advanced manufacturing and material technologies development headquarters has announced it will be using 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies to restore and create replicas of the country's famed and ancient monuments.
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Go behind the mask to get the scoop on the Stratasys' 3D printed designs, created by Neri Oxman for Björk, via Fabbaloo: http://ow.ly/Umht303vrxf
This week’s selection is the strange Rottlace mask by the MIT Mediated Matter Group.
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The advantages for 3D printed prosthetics apply to both human and animal patients. Learn more from the Triangle Business Journal: http://ow.ly/OlEC303Aszf
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Looking at the big picture - where does 3D printing fit in? (Everywhere!) See this assessment from Design News: http://ow.ly/VEir303yke7
3D printing is now adding value to manufacturers at all steps along the business value chain. Come find out how at a talk by John Jaddou at next month's Embedded Systems Conference in Minneapolis.
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Stratasys 3D printing helps with cheaper, faster, better in medical education! Are cadavers on the way out? See more from CAPINC: http://ow.ly/NJX4303qTdn
Hospitals and Universities have traditionally used cadavers and anatomical mannequins to test and train medical procedures on. However there are a multitude issues with this method: Animal and human cadaver facilities are expensive Cadavers require advanced planning to procure tissue Tissues don’t
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Stratasys 3D printers at the CWRU Sears thinkbox are busy with projects for students and community members in many disciplines! See more in our latest blog post: http://ow.ly/8vPg303trDy
Sears think[box] at Case Western Reserve University is bringing innovation to students and community with Stratasys 3D printing.
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The Stratasys 3D printers at the 3D printing lab at the University of Virginia are helping students and professionals in many fields develop their work. Get a peek from the The Cavalier Daily: http://ow.ly/zMLI3039AY9
3-D printing technology offers great potential in fields as diverse as space exploration — with the printing of a ratchet wrench at the International Space Station’s own 3-D printer — and even nutrition — with Columbia University’s 3-D food printer.
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The 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Solutions Company
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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.