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The 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Solutions Company
The 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Solutions Company

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Want some tips and tricks for designing FDM composite tooling? Check out our blog post http://ms.spr.ly/6269rttnd
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Amazing forms from the GrabCAD community, shared by Eric Quittem from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. Printed using a J750. #Maythe4thbewithyou

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Tie interceptor - http://ms.spr.ly/6264rtjaI

R2D2 - http://ms.spr.ly/6266rtja0
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Peek into the insights of Scott Crump, Stratasys co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer! Via GSC: http://ow.ly/bJ4b30bdYYy
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See how students at Niagara College Canada are using their on-campus Stratasys Fortus 900mc! Via Welland Tribune: http://ow.ly/lcbO30bbnz8
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TriMech Solutions takes you through using Stratasys 3D Printing for composite tooling. Check out their blog post! http://ow.ly/ihk230bbory
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The next layer of 3D printing for aerospace may be 4D printed! Check out this protective "chain mail" developed at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory , via SlashGear: http://ow.ly/7RuH30bdYyX
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A roundup of some of Utah's successful 3D printed medical modeling stories, including those of Dr. Jay Bishoff from Intermountain Medical Center , who used Stratasys 3D printing for complex urological cases. Via KSL.com: http://ow.ly/1Avq30b6RRk
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Is everything bigger in Australia? Check out this huge 3D printed scale model of the Titanic! Via Fabbaloo: http://ow.ly/gsmL30b9h23
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Find out how 3D printed, individualized jigs and fixtures are increasingly a key feature of the modern assembly line, from Efficient Manufacturing: http://ow.ly/AWwy30b9fYi
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3D printing is recruited to assist in an unusual medical case in the UK. See the story from 3Ders.org: http://ow.ly/VOri30b9hK6
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