Stratasys 3D Printers: Print Head Alignment for PolyJet Desktop Printers

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Print Head Alignment for PolyJet Desktop Printers   You may find your parts have some rough edges over time or after replacing or swapping your print head locations on your Objet printer. This can be due to the heads being out of alignment and need to be adjusted. Doing the adjustment is fairly automated and easy to do. You will need your clear transparency sheets, scotch tape (optional), and a magnifier or loupe to look at the print to do […]

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Trek Bicycle Accelerates Design Cycles With Objet 3D Printer

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Last Month Objet and Desktop Engineering hosted a webinar discussing Trek's improvement to their design cycle by incorporating Objet 3D printing.  Objet and Desktop Engineering have made available a recording of the webinar. If you missed the presentation here is your chance to catch it. >Click here to view the recording During the webinar you'll learn from Mike Zeigle, Manager of Trek's Prototype Development Group, how Objet's 3D printing technology: Cuts prototyping costs, allowing for multiple iterations and a superior […]

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Top 5 Reasons To Integrate 3D Printing Into Your Design Cycle

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Why should you consider using 3D printing technology as part of your product development process? Objet surveyed its’ base of users from various markets including consumer goods, consumer electronics, medical device, education, research, entertainment and others, why they made the investment, and based on their responses crafted these Top Five Reasons to Integrate 3D Printing into Your Product Development Lifecycle. 1. Designers can prototype more iterations without blowing the timeline or budget – 3D printing – particularly when done in-house […]

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