Entertainment Case Studies

3D printing makes the impossible real

3D printing brings imagined worlds to life, which is why graphic effects studios, filmmakers and game designers are using it to achieve their visions like never before.

Check out the 3D printed farm family in Chipotle’s award-winning “Back to the Start” video, and learn how Bono got his custom microphone for U2’s world tour. Be sure to follow Stratasys on Facebook or Twitter for the next appearance of 3D printed magic.

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1212 Studio

Voeten's team was able to print several design iterations and sections of the microphone in order to examine and optimize the pressure points and light distribution within the rings and between all the components. Voeten was so satisfied with the quality and strength of the printed FDM parts, he optimized the design so they could be used as final parts on the U2MICs.  

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Entertainment

FDM

Artem Chipotle

With an approved animatic (a design file with rough-draft animated sketches), Thorne and his team simply fed that data to the Dimension 3D Printer, which produced the models in just a few hours.  

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Entertainment

FDM

Nakazato

Yuima Nakazato, a Japanese fashion designer, launched his career in 2009 with his first collection in Paris. After receiving numerous awards and accolades – and even creating stage costumes for Lady Gaga – he strived to continue to push fashion forward.

Enter 3D printing. For his 2014 line, Nakazato used an Objet500 Connex 3D Printer to create his line of neo-futuristic sportswear – a Japan first for the fashion industry.

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Entertainment

PolyJet

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