Posts Tagged ‘3D Printing Applications’

See the New Stratasys F170 3D Printer at WMTS 2017

From June 6th to June 8th Javelin is exhibiting at the Western Manufacturing Technology Show 2017 (WMTS) at the Edmonton Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta. Visit booth #537 to see the latest in Stratasys 3D Printing. Javelin’s 3D Printing experts will be onsite to perform live demonstrations and answer any questions you have about this technology. 3D Printed prototypes and a Stratasys F170 3D Printer will…

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In-house 3D Printing at Uni-Spray leads to impressive new contracts

When you do custom work in specialty markets for manufacturers who require high-level engineering and technical expertise, 3D printing know-how is a critical tool in the toolbox. At Uni-Spray Systems, 3D-printed prototypes and parts have been contributing to the company’s reputation for forward thinking and fast service for more than 10 years. In 2015, when…

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GrabCAD Print Software

GrabCAD Print Now Includes Insight Software!

GrabCAD Print version 1.3 now includes Stratasys’ Insight software. As a brief overview, Insight is a software that drives Stratasys’ Fortus line of 3D printers as well as the brand new F370 3D printer. Insight is fully customizable and allows the user to determine where the printer puts material. The part’s infill pattern, slice height,…

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3D Printing Material Spotlight: Stratasys FDM Nylon 12

There has been recent interest in the Stratasys Nylon 12 3D Printing material. To showcase some of the features of this great product, we have put together Nylon 12 FAQ, usage tips and best practices information. Continue reading to learn more about this innovative material. What is Nylon 12? Nylon is classed as a PA (Polyamide)…

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3D Printed Parts to Boost Wheelchair Basketball Canada

2017 has gotten off to a rocking start! In early 2017, Javelin partnered with coaches and advisers from Wheelchair Basketball Canada to design and print sensor housings for a kinetics project. Scope: To design and print housings for an accelerometer that mounts directly to the rear axle of a wheelchair to measure and improve the…

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3D Printed Winter Wonderland: The Snowflake Challenge

Last month for the company tree decorating ceremony the designers and architects at DIALOG DESIGN in Calgary, Alberta were given a challenge to create unique custom designed snowflakes – a Snowflake Challenge. The results were remarkable and resulted in a wide variety of spectacular designs. Some of the designs were driven by algorithms to make them…

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3D Printed Jig Gets Tested in the Waves

Most of you do not know this, but in my previous career I was a professional windsurfer. I competed for Team Canada and represented Canada at many international events around the world. I have taken some time away from the sport since retiring in 2012, as I needed a mental break after running around the world for…

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3D Printed Dress Oscillates with Energy at NY Fashion Week

At a gallery near Bleecker Street in New York City, one of the top names in fashion recently took center stage for a milestone runway event – largely made possible through the power of 3D printing. NY Fashion Week is often associated with big name celebrities and stunning haute couture, but this time one of…

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Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator to revolutionize printing of composite parts

Stratasys and Siemens have been working very closely together to further their shared vision of making 3D printing a viable and indispensable component of production manufacturing. As an example of this vision, Stratasys developed the Robotic Composite 3D Demonstrator, integrating its core additive manufacturing technologies with industrial motion control hardware and design-to-3D printing software capabilities…

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