Stratasys 3D Printing Helps Thermos Be an Industry Leader

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Thermos engineers constantly innovate to stay a household name.  That's why since 2006 Thermos' state of the art research facility in Japan has been home to two Stratasys 3D Printing Technologies.  Starting with a Dimension FDM machine in 2006 and later adding the Objet260 Connex, Thermos has been able to create products with the impressive look, feel, and ergonomics their customers have come to expect.

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Jim TeDesco
Marketing Manager
Computer Aided Technology, Inc.