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Fender Musical Instruments is changing the way they design products with the use of 3D printing.
Explore how Stratasys spans the entire 3D spectrum offering endless possibilities with the power of precision and performance.
Whale, a Belfast-based company, originally adopted Stratasys 3D printing to accelerate its time to market by building its own prototypes instead of outsourcing them. The company has now turned its attention to the 3D printing injection molds.
Commercial vehicle HVAC manufacturer RedDOT 3D prints tough prototypes and parts in-house using FDM Nylon 12 on a Fortus 3D Production System.
T32 Dental Centre maximizes surgery success with 3D printing using dental models and surgical guides, while reducing production costs.
The bike-obsessed engineers at Trek use a color, multi-material 3D printer for realistic prototypes.
Diversified Plastics describes their use of PolyJet 3D printing technology for creating injection mold components with additive manufacturing.
Western Tool & Mold uses 3D printing to boost its existing injection molding operation, streamline its manufacturing process and become more attentive to customers.
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