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3D printed robot grippers

Static-dissipative 3D printing material offers the best solution for electrical applications

Siemens AG in Karlsruhe innovates automation in production using Stratasys ABS-ESD7 static-dissipative 3D printing material. Siemens AG is a global company with a focus on electrification, automation and digitization, making  it one of the world’s largest providers of energy efficient and resource-conserving technologies. The Siemens Manufacturing-Karlsruhe (MF-K) site is mainly focused on process automation and…

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Stratasys F900 cuts cost

3D printing cuts cost of inspection templates by 96%

CPI Aero, Inc. (CPI) manufactures structural assemblies for military and commercial aircraft. These assemblies have to be produced to very close tolerances, as most of them directly affect an aircraft’s aerodynamic performance. For example, the height of the barrel-shaped outer skins of a business jet engine inlet assembly needed to be maintained within +/- 0.030…

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Skate Park Configuration - Ogden

Modular site furniture manufacturer Maglin eliminates two-week sales process using DriveWorks CPQ system

Maglin Site Furniture designs and manufactures quality seating, tables, waste containers, bike racks, and planters for public gathering areas. The organization has to be effective, lean, and fast-moving to meet the demands of customers who want custom configurations to suit their creative designs. Customization usually means longer lead times, but landscape architects and site contractors can rarely afford…

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Contact lens design

Visualizing the path to innovation in contact lens design with SOLIDWORKS

By standardizing on the SOLIDWORKS 3D design platform, Bausch & Lomb engineers have positioned themselves to achieve innovative breakthroughs in lens performance and wearer comfort.

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Low volume production with 3D printing

Overcoming Low Volume Production Barriers with FDM Additive Manufacturing

Using a Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D Printer, Pack Line Ltd., are able to run low volume production of replacement parts for their machines faster and at a reduced cost compared to traditional CNC manufacturing.

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Rimac electric hyper car

Advancing High-Performance Electric Vehicle Design with SOLIDWORKS

Using SOLIDWORKS design and simulation tools, Rimac Automobili accelerated development of the Rimac Concept One, the world’s first electric hyper car.

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3D printed heart for surgical planning

3D Printed Heart Model Helps Plan Complex Surgeries

3D printing is transforming surgical planning and enabling the delivery of personalized medicine to infants with complex congenital heart disease (CHD).

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Fluid handling equipment

Accelerating Air and Fluid handling equipment development with SOLIDWORKS

Brownlee-Morrow moved to the SOLIDWORKS 3D product development platform to streamline development of its air and fluid handling equipment.

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Coffee machine design

Speeding development of Coffee Machine Design with SOLIDWORKS

Using SOLIDWORKS design solutions, Coffee Day has realized dramatic productivity gains, resulting in shorter design cycles and reduced development costs for their machines.

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Injection molding manufacturing

Improving Speed and Accuracy of Injection Molding with SOLIDWORKS Plastics

By adding SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium mold-filling simulation software to its SOLIDWORKS implementation, Plastic Components Inc., has minimized the number of mold iterations associated with each plastic injection molding manufacturing job, saving time and money in the process.

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