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With PolyJet, the 3D Print Bureau of Texas can 3D print heart models with a realistic look and feel suitable for physical testing.
AIJU uses 3D printing to simplify the design of children's toy and leisure product with full-color, multi-material 3D printed prototypes.
For Albéa, the faster prototyping process with 3D printing allowed the team to innovate and explore new and previously impossible products.
Father founds Ambionics (Additive Manufactured Bionics) to 3D print his son a prosthetic arm create a breakthrough for prosthetics.
Learn how AP Racing gained efficiency by using the Stratasys J750 for innovative and advanced tooling applications and prototyping.
The district’s hands-on approach starts early, with students learning computer design to 3D print their creations in the first years of their education.
Through 3D printing injection molds Arad Group can quickly produce functional prototypes to test in the field, dramatically reducing their time to market.
U.K. prop agency 3D prints intricate mini model homes for hermit crabs in TV ad in order to achieve the detailed multi-material design quickly.
Aurora Flight Sciences shapes the future of flight using 3D printing to design and develop the world's first 3D printed jet-powered aircraft.
By adding 3D printing to its design process, Bajaj Electricals quickly reduced its concept-to-retailer product development time from 1.5 years to 7 months.
Balea Streamlines Prototyping Process with In-House 3D Printing
Bell Xworx's rapid prototyping used a Fortus FDM (fused deposition modeling) system to build tough polycarbonate wiring conduits for an aircraft upgrade.
3D Printing Improves Treatment for Thoracic Wall Tumors
Embracing 3D printing for partial frame production in its dental lab Biogenic was able to redeploy workers to other essential roles and maintain capacity.
CBMTI now 3D prints detailed multi-material models with the J750 that mimic real anatomy, even down to a specific patient’s tumor.
Biomedical Modeling Inc. uses the Stratasys J750 3D Printer to recreate human anatomy as a clinically relevant training simulator.
Boston University uses 3D printers to allow students to iterate quickly, and learn the skills needed to prototype their designs for various challenges.
Purchasing a Connex3™ 3D Printer for in-house prototyping has revolutionized the design validation process for Brooks Running saving thousands per season.
Brudden perfects gym equipment using 3D printer.
Exposure to 3D printing enables members of the Cambridge University 3D Printing Society to solve complex problems and prepares them for future careers.
3D printing gives Cardiovascular Systems the versatility to rapid prototype, test devices from a reliability standpoint and print case recreations.
Case Western Reserve University established the Sears think[box] as an innovative and entrepreneurial space for students on campus and the local community.
By 3D printing small batches of interior airplane parts, the CEA Additive Manufacturing Lab cuts lead times and costs and maintains safety standards.
3D printing, is vital to Christie’s approach to prototyping and improving products and lets engineers complete numerous design iterations quickly.
CTI uses 3D printing to design a new skull for a 12-year-old boy who lost part of his cranium in an accident that adjusts as the boy grows.
Stratasys partnered with Daihatsu, along with outside design partners, to create Effect Skins for cars: intricate, tactile patterns built with 3D printing.
3D printed anatomical models of patients allows doctors of DPCI to study the conditions of the pathology and then decide which treatment to pursue.
3D printing allows Dash CAE to produce tools for low-volume parts for Formula One racing quicker than any other manufacturing process.
Diversified Plastics' customers can 3D print molds in days instead of weeks to test design concepts early and determine if the design is going to work.
3D Printing Improves Liver Transplant Pre-Surgical Planning for Dokuz Eylül University, which specializes in translational medicine, in this case study.
3D printing enabled students at DSK to build strong and durable innovate vehicles, saving time and resources to focus on improving their design.
Motorcycle maker Ducati accelerates engine design with FDM prototyping to reduce time-to-market for new products by reducing the design cycle
Dunwoody College of Technology incorporates hands-on, applied learning in their program where students gain high-demand skills with 3D printing.
Quality is one of the core pillars driving the success at Elkamet Kunststofftechnik GmbH, a German plastic part manufacturer
Embry-Riddle RobotX challenge submarine rises to the challenge; create a streamlined watertight vessel and win the international competition.
3D printing ensures custom rubber masking molds have proper form and fit, using complex geometries without the risk of damaging the part.
FATHOM sees the unlimited potential to disrupt the manufacturing supply chain with 3D printing due to improvements in complexity, cost, and customization.
Foothill College students 3D print exoskeleton arms for preschooler with arthrogryposis to help him gain freedom of movement and better quality of life.
The German Aerospace Center designed a 3D printed device called the TransRoPorter to support space exploration and the study of Mars.
GKN Aerospace Achieves Significant Savings with Additive Manufactured Tooling and Prototypes
GKN driveline overcomes production downtimes with 3D printed manufacturing tools to accelerate production of automotive components.
The Hager Group uses 3d printing with the Fortus 380mc as a quick, flexible, design solution to cut tooling production time and costs.
Haier Molds uses 3D printing for iterative concept models to improve aesthetics and design, structural models for fit, and parts for functional tests.
Honda Access shifts its customization options into high gear with 3D printing accessories for cars, motorcycles and other items worldwide.
IDEC is a leading Spanish provider of composite solutions for the aerospace industry, servicing its customers’ design and manufacturing needs.
3D printing opens new opportunities for In'Tech Industries in rapid prototyping and as a bridge to production before final injection molding.
The Innodesign team brings new products to life by 3D printing models in multi-materials and in as many colors as their designers can assign.
IRIS Ohyama uses multiple 3D printing platforms to speed up product development to stay competitive by making composite mechanical products quickly.
iRobot cleans up by adding SUP706 soluble support to their workflow to capitalize on a more automated, efficient product design process.
3D printing is the key ingredient that gives Inverson Labs the speed, cost reduction and accuracy to grow their business by focusing their customer's needs.
Jacob Institute Medical Collaborators Pioneer 3D Printing Solutions with a collective vision to design and establish a vascular care center for the future.
Jaguar land finds competitive advantage with the Objet500 multi-material 3D printer to broaden its rapid prototyping capabilities.
Using the SR-100 soluble support material Joe Gibbs Racing 3D prints complex carbon monoxide filter housings for their cars using heat resistant material.
Joe Gibbs Racing wins at NASCAR with 3D printed custom Gauges modified weekly via 3D printing to design better parts and outperform the competition.
Kärcher is a leading provider of cleaning technology worldwide.
King’s College Hospital uses 3D printing for complex cases to reduce operating times and improve pre-op planning with accurate customized planning models.
For KMCA 3D printing architectural models halves the time and cost of stick construction in order to quickly develop and change large scale models.
Kobe University School of Medicine uses multi-material color 3D printing to enable bio-texture modeling of internal organs to improve surgical outcomes.
FDM 3D printing technology improves bioengineering research at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Biorobotics Lab.
Kratzer optimizes in-house fixture production with additive manufacturing with the ability to rapidly create and source precise parts.
Denture manufacturer KTJ Dental improves customer satisfaction through 3D printing to reduce lead time and maintain competitiveness.
Labomed creates high-end microscopes and medical devices designed with the help of 3d printing to improve design quality and quicken the development cycle.
Additive technology has been a creative mainstay at LAIKA, evolving with LAIKA’s increasingly ambitious artistic vision and advancements in 3D printing.
Lakewood High School students use 3D printing to prepare experiment for space station through NASA's Create Hardware (HUNCH) program.
Lancaster University pushes design limits with GrabCad Voxel Print technology to foster design skills to tackle future real world issues.
Latécoère uses 3D printing for transformational manufacturing results to produce specialize aerospace structures for leading aircraft companies.
For Leptron, 3D printing with FDM reduces the time and cost required to develop unmanned aerial vehicle for military application to inspect terrain.
Interdisciplinary learning on advanced technology strengthens STEM at Marlborough High School using 3D printing to develop critical thinking skills.
Medtronic utilizes Stratasys 3D Printing Solutions for medical tools. They create working functional prototypes and improve tool designs.
Milwaukee School of Engineering students test new elastomer 3d printing material, working with industries to help businesses solve unique challenges.
MOCAP Design motion capture firm uses 3D printing to expand its helmet-mounted camera product and customize the HMC to each actor.
Moog Aircraft Group cuts fixture and lead times with FDM 3D printing, improving its internal capabilities for CMM inspection.
Motus Motorcycles uses 3D printing to help shape America's first sport-touring bike to take a rider far and fast on the perfect moden sportbike.
NASA's human-supporting rover for the Desert Research and Technology Studies program which roams the Arizona desert uses 3D printed FDM parts.
Nemoors created a 3D printed "exoskeleton" that let a little girl with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita lift her arms and play, changing her life.
NYU helps to create patient-specific, personalized, color-coded 3D prints of patients’ kidneys and prostates to guide surgeons and inform patients.
Stratasys helps a surgeon at Nicklaus Children's Hospital save more kids with rare conditions via realistic models of each child's condition and anatomy.
Nidek Technologies accelerates clinical trial evaluations and time-to-market with 3D printing, producing realistic fully-functional prototypes.
NimroDENTAL uses 3D printing materials, to create functional models for aligners, crowns, bridges, and complex orthodontic devices faster than ever before.
Old Dominion University uses 3D printing to complete at Robonation, national robotics competition in Daytona Beach, Florida.
3D printing breathes life into Orange County Chopper's dragon motorcycle, reducing time and cost in the creation of custom parts.
Oreck uses 3D printing to reduce fixture production costs by up to 65 percent by producing their fixtures in-house with FDM technology.
A custom-tailored FDM 3D printed implant put the spring back in an injured dog's step, saving him from pain and discomfort.
OTH Regensburg students use 3D printing to develop sensor applications for the automotive, medical, industrial, electronic and mechanical industries.
Established in 1994 and headquartered in Holon, Israel, Pack Line Ltd. (Pack Line) is a recognized world-leading manufacturer of packaging machines and supplier to some of the biggest names in the food, dairy and cosmetic industries. The company produces innovative linear, rotary filling and sealing machines, piston fillers and MAP systems that increase productivity and operating efficiency while lowering operating costs.
Automotive-filter maker Parker Hannifin tests PPSF 3D printed prototype on V8 engine for functional design testing, mounting perfectly to the engine.
Using 3D printing solutions Team Penske turns ideas into racetrack reality more quickly than previously possible. Download the case study to learn more.
3D printing helps solar upstart Peppermint Energy deliver energy everywhere with a portable plug-and-play solar generator for small energy needs.
Plyform Composites s.r.l uses 3D printing to raise the bar for aerospace production while increasing both speed and quality in this 3D printing case study.
Read how Polaris is innovating with 3D printing from Stratasys.
Premium transmission serves the global engineering industry with FDM 3D printing technology improving on speed, cost, and efficiency.
Learn how Prince of Wales Hospital uses 3D printing to create bone models and surgical guides for orthopedic surgery preparation.
Promolding, a specialist in design, engineering and manufacturing of high-tech plastic parts uses 3d printing for complex products and faster turnaround.
Purposeful innovation through 3D printing is the catalyst for growth for Protec Dental Laboratories driving success and providing competitive advantage.
A three dimensional world opens up to Purdue University students using 3D printing with PolyJet to change the way students approach the design process.
QED uses 3D Printing to design and print MRI coil housing, mechanical structures within the coils, production fixtures, and trays to protect assemblies.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital saves time and cost while improving patient outcomes in for cancer patients in the maxillofacial wing.
Students solve problems daily with 3D printed solutions. QCC has launched over 100 projects in which students use 3D printing to provide solutions.
RedDOT speeds production with FDM Nylon 12 3D printed prototypes and fixtures that enable accurate functional prototyping at lower cost.
RTM Ortopedia Personalizzata uses 3D printing to customize their prosthetics and add high precision and functionality to the process.
Savannah College of art and design leads with automated 3D printing enabling a huge development and advancement in art and design campus-wide.
The Smart Company Exhibition Center creates realistic lifelike models and displays with 3D printing in order to gain speed and efficiency in their creation.
Digital dentistry enhances service quality with 3D printing for The Sense & Beauty Dental Clinic to improve diagnosis, treatments, and trainings.
FDM 3D printing direct digital manufacturing has saved $800,000 and three years development time over a four-year period for Sheppard Air Force Base.
Stratasys FDM 3D printing enables extended customer service offering and streamlined supply chain with SIEMENS to efficiently produce custom one-off parts.
Siemens Mobility GmbH, part of Siemens AG, sets the benchmark when it comes to technology and engineering solutions for the mobility and transport industry. The company promises its customers ‘seamless mobility’ – safer, faster, more convenient. To help make this a realization, Siemens Mobility recently opened its first digitalized rail maintenance center worldwide. Located in Dortmund-Erving, Germany, the Siemens Mobility RRX Rail Service Center was designed to perfect digitalization for the rail and transport industry.
Silgan Plastics uses FDM 3D printed packaging models to reduce time to market for new spoonable zero-calorie sweetener by Cargill.
Using GrabCAD Voxel Print™, DManD manipulates materials and structures at precise locations in space, down to the volumetric pixel, or voxel, level.
Stratasys collaborates with Daihatsu Motor Company to create 3D printed customizable effect skins, allowing customers more design freedom.
Toymaker Smoby cultivates imaginative playtime with the help of 3D printing to create toys with high detail with low cost and high efficiency.
Solaxis Ingenious Manufacturing created an automotive assembly jig with 3D printing, cutting weight and improving accuracy.
3D printing offers fast, cost-savings solutions in design and manufacturing custom solutions for service provider Solidify Technology Sdn Bhd.
Specialty Appliances, a digital orthodontic laboratory, uses Stratasys 3D printers to help manufacture invisible retainers.
Spring SRL, founded as a concept development and prototyping house uses 3D printing to streamlined manufacturing and increase flexibility.
SSL cuts lead time for customized composite tooling by embracing 3D printing and reduces the expense and time-consuming process of traditional methods.
STARBASE Minnesota and Dimension Rocket Elementary students use 3D printing to take their design skills to new heights, building rockets to Mars.
SUNY New Paltz smart lab connects businesses, students, and community through the SMART Lab, giving students hands-on learning with 3D printing.
SUNY New Paltz' SMART (Stratasys MakerBot Additive Research and Teaching) lab matches the needs of local businesses with students to design solutions.
PolyJet 3D printing technology opens new doors for Surgical Implant 3D in order to manufacture dental solutions and surgical guides.
Swift Engineering shaves off production by embracing 3D printing for sacrificial tooling applications using composite 3D printing materials.
Syqe’s vision to bring the most efficacious medication to the largest number of patients in the fastest time possible became a reality with 3D printing.
3D printing enhances dental surgeries and delights patients at T32 Dental Centre, printing surgical guides to ensure greater accuracy and ease of surgery.
SickKids uses 3d printed models that are anatomically accurate, can mimic various pathologies, and provide true haptic feedback for surgeons-in-training.
3D printing helps Thermos lead it's industry, allowing infinite prototype iterations until they reach their design goals and produce a finished product.
PolyJet and the latest FDM 3D printing technology working together for Toy State International Ltd. to speed their design to prototype timeline.
Cutting-edge Polyjet 3D printed prototypes that look and feel like the real thing push a passion for cycling at Trek Bicycle
Trek accelerates design cycles with objet 3D printer in order to improve prototyping and shorten development cycles as well as assist in prototype tooling.
3D printing builds tough injection molds fast for Turck, an international leader in connectivity, sensor, and industrial control solutions.
Udell Dental Laboratory discovered that 3D printing saved both time and money – then it discovered that a Stratasys 3D Printer saves them even more of both.
Consumer goods giant Unilever iterates 50 percent faster with 3D printing using 3D printed injection molds, blow molds, and vacuum molds for prototyping.
German University Hospital Mainz improves life-saving vascular surgeries with highly-accurate, transparent, 3D printed patient models.
3D prototyping models enable the hospital to remove any faults in the mold design in the early phases, before cranial surgery and ensure better outcomes.
University of Pavia 3D prints vital details for surgeons in order to better prepare and familiarize them with patient specific anatomy prior to surgery.
3D printing gives students real-world experience creating self-balancing scooter.
The Biomedical Device Center at University of Texas at Dallas uses 3D printing to design as system that will help detect sports concussions.
The University of Tsukuba uses iterative design prototyping with 3D printing contributes to the success of Japan's 2012 team at the London Olympic Games.
The University of Wollongong uses 3D printers to innovate its research into nano-scale materials and energy and medical bionics applications.
3D Printing enables VER to reclaim the coveted camera angle at sports games so that home viewers can continue to view games from the traditional angle.
Victoria University of Wellington pushes students with 3D printing to teach them more about industrial design prototyping to make the unmakeable.
Visual first helps The Chocolate Factory prevent bottlenecks with on-demand carbon fiber thermoplastic production parts. Download the case study.
Volvo Construction Equipment digs up prototype savings of 18 weeks and 92% of costs via the use of 3D printing for functional testing.
Volvo Trucks' slashes time and cost of tool production with additive manufacturing, 3D printing many of their manufacturing and assembly tools.
Vulcan better meets the challenges of balancing workloads, optimizing turnaround time, and reducing cost via 3D printing. Download to read more.
This case study shows how Waters Corporation cut their prototyping time while refining the design process using PolyJet 3D printing technology.
3D printed punch speeds production of specialty low-volume Xerox printer to serve a market that needs features not found in high-volume printers.
Switching to FDM 3D printing to build thermoforming molds reduces cost from $1200 to $100 for Xerox Thermo, building multiple designs at less cost.
Zipper manufacturer YKK cuts product development time using PolyJet 3D printing to make die block inserts for injection molds.
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