Learn How SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Takes the Complexity Out of CFD

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When you design your products impacted by Fluid Flow, how do you: Estimate overheating risk on your heated components? Determine fluid characteristic such as pressure drop with confidence? Predict fluid forces impact on your design scenarios? SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, empowered by unique technologies, enables Product Engineers to determine the fluid flow and heat transfer in their design and then get the technical insight they need for product innovation. Watch the video to discover how SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation tackles the most […]

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Avatar’s Neytiri is Wearing Stratasys at the 2013 3D Printshow

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London was the center of the 3D printing world last week as over 12,000 technology providers, designers, manufacturers, business people, students and aficionados from all over the world gathered to explore the industry’s latest innovations. Models and products created with Stratasys 3D Printers were there in force, representing a wide variety of fields and applications: The role of 3D printing in fashion is becoming more prominent by the season; in London, 3D printed shoes designed by Reem D. Koolhaas and Iris van […]

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A Healthy Prognosis for 3D Printing in Medicine

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3D printing innovation comes in many forms, but one of the most gratifying is to see how it is solving problems in the medical field. From producing perfect replicas of organs and bones for surgical guides to manufacturing one-of-a-kind medical devices, the prognosis for 3D printing in medicine is extremely positive. 3D printing offers substantial advantages in planning for surgeries, allowing physicians to visualize and manipulate internal organs, blood vessels or bones in advance of the actual operations. Especially useful in […]

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How 3D Printing Can Change Manufacturing: Personal, Augmented and Alternative

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3D printing is beginning to level the playing field for manufacturers of all sizes. Businesses in many industries can compete more effectively, relying less on outsourcing through producing product prototypes in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional manufacturing methods and by creating small volumes of parts without tooling. We are seeing that companies are not just complementing conventional machining with additive manufacturing, they are redesigning their products and product lines for enhanced efficiency and profitability. Stratasys recognizes […]

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Stratasys Extreme Redesign Blast From The Past: 3D Printed Running Charger Takes 3rd Place

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School spirit and appreciation for his running coaches inspired Max Meaker’s “Running Charger,” which won 3rd place in the Art and Architecture category of the 2013 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. His winning entry blended the profiles of a runner and a horse — the mascot of his alma mater, Kentridge High School – into a 3D sculpture. This unique design allows the viewer to see both figures in the sculpture, depending on his or her perspective. Check out the video […]

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Stratasys’ New Digital ABS2 Material Puts The Thinnest Parts At Your Fingertips

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Digital ABS2 is a new digital material developed exclusively for the Objet Connex line of multi-material 3D printers. Based on PolyJet technology, Digital ABS2 is used to create rigid prototypes with a smooth finish for improved product realism. Like Digital ABS, Digital ABS2 offers excellent durability to functionally simulate products made from engineering-grade ABS. But it also provides enhanced dimensional stability so you can easily prototype and verify parts with higher rigidity, fine edges and thin wall geometries. >>Click here to read the […]

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Multi-Material 3D Printed Fashion Shoes Walk The Walk In Prague

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The 3D printed shoe collection by up-and-coming Czech designer, Pavla Podsedniková, was one of the highlights of the Design and Fashion Week in Prague this month, where top Czech and foreign fashion designers presented their work. The ‘Instant Shoe 2’ line exhibited at  Designblok’13  as part of the fashion week boasted five pairs of multi-material 3D printed customized shoes, sculpted for a perfect fit from digital scans of the wearers’ feet. The collection mimics wedged boots, almost cocooning the feet, […]

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Watch Wacky 3D Printed Car Crashes at IDSA Competition

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What do you get when you mix classic pine wood derby-style cars and 3D printing? “Launch Day” – sponsored by IDSA (Industrial Design Society of America) and Inventables! Teams from different engineering and design firms from all over the world submitted imaginative 3D printed car designs. From a hundred submissions, the top 10 were produced on Stratasys FDM and PolyJet-based 3D Printers. The winning entries sported such whimsical names as Balloona, Donky Kong and RocketMan! Each was launched from a 3D printed six-foot high […]

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Halloween Happiness with Mojo’s New Colors and Scarily Sparse Interior Fill

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Scratching your head about how to make your Halloween eerily perfect? What if you could 3D print in a wider array of colors, using less material per build, to increase the spookiness of this fun holiday? Well great news for ghouls and goblins: the Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer has just been enhanced with new functions and color options, making it easy to upgrade a costume, decorate with flair or even bake themed cookies. Halloween is going to be so terrific, […]

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Olympic Fencers Get a Grip with Stratasys 3D Printers

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Every day we see new and interesting applications being improved by 3D printing. But what about customizing sports equipment to give the athlete a competitive advantage? Well that’s exactly what is happening at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. The university is renowned for its research and development in three key areas: Sports Equipment, Sports Training and Sports Conditioning.  A research team led by Professor Norihisa Fujii at the university’s Faculty of Gymnastics is developing customized equipment used by Japan’s fencing […]

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