Stratasys Invents 3D Printing. Again.

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Stratasys Invents 3D Printing. Again.

Providing a breakthrough in the realism of 3D printed prototypes with the ability to build in full color and a broad range of material properties, the Stratasys J750 3D printer maximizes uptime and the diversity of jobs that can be handled with one system, thus helping rapid prototyping manager to stay on model production schedule and enabling designers to get a detailed evaluation of their future products.

Issue No.7, 31 May 2016

Articles in this issue:

Rapid Prototyping News

  • Introducing the Stratasys full-color multi-material 3D Printing System
  • Dental and Maxillofacial Surgeon Mimics Patient’s Jaw Bone in 4 colors and 3 materials

Manufacturing Applications

  • New FDM 3D Printer Enhancement Makes Demanding Industrial Applications Simpler
  • Manufacturing the Future: The Next Era of Globalization with 3D Printing

3D Printing in Education

  • Singapore Temasek Polytechnic Students Get a Career Head Start with 3D Printing
  • Download White paper: Five Best Practices for Education


Rapid Prototyping News

Introducing the Stratasys Full-color Multi-material 3D Printing System

Having the right tools to do the job is one crucial element in solving problems and becoming more efficient and productive. When it comes to design optimization and validation, 3D printing makes it possible with minimal cost and compressed time that may be difficult with traditional processes like machining or injection molding.

The launch of the new Stratasys J750 3D printing system brings an all-in-one solution to businesses, eliminating complicated post-process procedures and streamlining product development cycle. Download eBook to learn more about the J750 – our latest addition to PolyJet family.




Dental and Maxillofacial Surgeon Mimics Patient’s Jaw Bone with 4-color 3-material 3D printed Model

Hong Kong-based dental and maxillofacial surgeon Dr. James Chow has been a 3D printing advocate since 2009. With the latest addition of a J750 3D printer, he produced a multi-color multi-material jaw bone and dental models for pre-surgical analysis and surgical tools. Watch his video to learn more about his success story, and how surgeons, patients and families benefit from realistic 3D printed anatomical models and/or surgical tools.








Manufacturing Applications

New FDM 3D Printer Enhancement Makes Demanding Industrial Applications Simpler

3D Printing is becoming more user-friendly for manufacturers who demand high-end industrial applications. With the launch of new material, such as ST-130 used for sacrificial tooling (soluble core), production-grade material, ULTEM 9085 for aerospace, and Acceleration Kit for 3D large components in ASA and ULTEM 1010 resin, 3D printing helps entrepreneurs enhance manufacturing capabilities and overcome challenging production processes in the factory grounds, especially for industries such as aerospace, automotive and other machinery segments. Read more to find out how you can benefit from these new products.




Manufacturing the Future: The Next Era of Globalization with 3D Printing

Manufacturing trends are heavily impacted by globalization. Manufacturers that adopt 3D printing into their best practices can adapt to changes in the global economy quickly, contributing greatly to their overall success. Download white paper to discover the benefits of 3D printing in infrastructure productivity, responsive supply chains and product life cycle efficiency.








3D Printing in Education

Singapore Temasek Polytechnic Students Get a Career Head Start with 3D Printing

One of the most exciting aspects of being part of a tech revolution is sparking the minds of the next generation. We know that 3D printing’s capabilities are growing, and we enjoy inspiring students to hone their skills and innovate. This is why Stratasys partners with STEM Inc., a unit nested inside the Science Centre Singapore to host 3D printing education programs for students from elementary school to junior college.

In fact, Singapore Temasek Polytechnic students are already getting a head start in their STEM education through incorporating Stratasys’ college-level 3D printing curriculum into their mechanical engineering course. Watch the video to find out how the tutors prepare their students for their future career.




Download white paper: Five Best Practices for Education

By incorporating 3D printing into projects and research, educators promote development in students’ critical thinking, real-world problem solving, collaboration, creativity and innovation. However, there’s more to implementing the technology than just installing the printer and turning it on. Download the white paper to learn five best practices that faculties can use to integrate 3D printing into their curricula.





 



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