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Check out this advice on using Stratasys' Insight software from the experts at CADimensions! http://ow.ly/4mVVDY
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Self-assembling 3D printed parts (also known as 4D printing) could have a big impact on architecture. Find out how, from Design Exchange magazine: http://ow.ly/4n92Iz
Can 4D Printing Be A Game Changer In Architecture? Architecture, Featured, Research, Tech, Monday 25 Apr, 2016. Why adding a fourth dimension to 3D printing doesn't mean we'll have endless architectural possibilities. Are you excited about 4D printing? Well, it's about time!
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An in-depth look at how a world-class hospital, Mayo Clinic, uses Stratasys' PolyJet technology for surgeries. See it from Twin Cities Business! http://ow.ly/4mVWhS
Dr. Jonathan Morris, co-director of Mayo’s 3D printing lab, discusses how additive manufacturing is changing the way the health system approaches complex surgical procedures.
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Remember Mia Gonzalez, the young heart patient whose unusual anomaly was planned for with a Stratasys 3D printer at Nicklaus Children's Hospital? Here's an update, with more details on the use of 3D printing for cases like hers. http://ow.ly/4n53YG
Every human heart is different, and 3D printing is a changing the world of surgery by providing surgeons exact replicates.
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The Jacobs Institute is located in Buffalo, New York, and is part of the Buffalo-Niagara Medical Campus. On site is a Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer, used to both prototype new kinds of medical devices and make patient-specific models, as well as enriching clinical education and training. The COE will also serve as a resource for hospitals, clinics, labs and research facilities that are considering adding or accelerating the use of 3D printing technology. http://ow.ly/4n7CTS
The Jacobs Institute and Stratasys are creating a new Center of Excellence to help physicians and researchers advance the use of 3D printing in medicine.
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"The nature of 3D printing has allowed me to redefine traditional design methods, facilitating the creation of complex, futuristic forms in which the empty space is equally as meaningful as the vibrant patterns and fluid shapes.” http://ow.ly/4n5SSL
Art and design works have benefited from 3D printing’s liberating capabilities for many years. From the creative endeavors of artists with 3D printers, we have seen unique geometries, seemingly “impossible” shapes and unprecedented combinations of color and materials. Continuing our exploration of the abilities of the recently announced Stratasys J750 full-color, multi-material 3D Printer, we...
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Wouldn't this be amazing? A 3D printed bandage with the ability to combat drug resistant bacteria. Via 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/4mUEgq
If the decreasing effectiveness of 20th century wonder drug penicillin is any indication, our fight against dangerous bacteria is not over yet. Researchers at the Nanchang University have developed a 3D printable bandaid that allows release control of their anti-bacterial strategies.
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Haute couture gets a boost from 3D printing! When will the fashion-forward trends filter down? Via South China Morning Post SCMP​: http://ow.ly/4mMlVz
When the doors open on May 5 for Manus x Machina, the Met Costume Institute’s Spring exhibition, visitors will be treated to 90 otherworldly high-fashion garments, including many striking items made with 3D printing. These outfits – a layered, cross-hatched suit from Chanel’s 2015-16 Autumn/Winter haute couture line, an exotic, infinitely complex polyamide top in the Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection – are exotic now,...
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An incredibly complex and delicate building procedure for Shell Global Solutions gets a trial run with 3D printed parts. http://ow.ly/4mUFdN
3D printing is definitely today—and tomorrow’s—tool for the engineer. Allowing for rapid prototyping, greater strength in project and product design, as well as the creation of new parts and components, this technology may one day be sitting on the office desktop of every engineer, architect,...
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Did your geometry class have props this cool? Ancient geometry tablet is reintroduced at Yale University, thanks to 3D printing! See it from 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/4mNzA1
Yale University's Babylonian Collection has partnered with the IPCH to 3D scan and print a 3,800 year old geometric tablet that shows Old Babylonian society understood the Pythagorean theorem and other mathematical principles.
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A miniature horse gets a 3D printed prostethic hoof, and veterinary medicine students at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital (part of Colorado State University) get a unique learning opportunity! See more: http://ow.ly/4n53mf
Shine the miniature horse will trot into an exclusive club of Colorado equines with artificial hooves when he leaves the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital this week.
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Alzheimer's Disease is a life-changing diagnosis for patients and families, but as a non-surgical illness, how can 3D printing help? 3Ders.org has a few ideas: http://ow.ly/4n32J0
In seeing the impact 3D printing has made in the medical field, we at 3Ders asked ourselves what the potentials of 3D printing could be in regards to a poorly understood, but quite common disease: Alzheimer's.
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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.