3D modeling enhances findings regarding Neanderthal brain size.

3D Printing for Researchers

Advanced tools for great discoveries

“We needed highly accurate parts to best replicate the actual fossils found.”

— Professor Christoph P. E. Zollikofer, University of Zürich

Enabling Breakthroughs

All around us, researchers are realizing what’s possible when 3D printing helps them overcome obstacles to speed, accuracy and creativity. Real results include:

Think, experiment and act on insights like never before. Stratasys 3D Printers can produce impossible geometries in production-grade thermoplastics, or create impressively detailed, precise forms with multiple material properties — even rubber-like, clear and rigid. This can all take place onsite, quickly and without letting a byte of data leave your lab.

Grant Writing Support

To make it easier for you to bring state-of-the-art, professional 3D printing into your research facility, we’ll help you with your grant writing. Contact us for help.

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Stratasys is your partner in empowering bright minds. We offer special pricing and grant support just for educators.

4D Printed Model Self-Assembles

MIT’s Skylar Tibbits is pioneering the leap from 3D into 4D printing, in which models shape-shift autonomously over time.

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3D Printed Magic Arms

A Stratasys 3D Printer let pediatric researchers customize Emma's "magic arms."

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