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PostProcess DEMI SLA post printing

Empire Group: a superior approach to SLA resin removal drives workflow gains

SLA post-printing growing pains As an early adopter of rapid prototyping and the first company in its region to embrace 3D printing, service bureau Empire Group has been enabling clients with faster prototype delivery times and increased productivity since 1999. Over the years, the company has expanded its offerings to include industrial design and engineering,…

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Italdesign Davinci

Italdesign 3D Print Marble-Effect Interior Parts for DaVinci Concept Car

In order to push the boundaries of innovation for every vehicle designed, Italdesign leverages a number of technologies – with Stratasys additive manufacturing at the forefront. This includes a wide range of PolyJet™ and FDM® 3D printers. Founded in 1968 in Moncalieri, Italy, Italdesign is best known for its automotive design work for both concept…

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3D printed garden tool prototype

Corona Garden Tools use 3D printing to develop product form, fit and visual elements

Priority Designs is a product development company based in Columbus, Ohio. With a cross-functional team and a passion for design, the company helps clients at every stage of the product development process, from initial research to high-quality prototypes. To help streamline their design processes, Priority Designs draws on the power of 3D printing. Challenge Corona…

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3D printed insect models

3D Printed Life-like Insect Models raise awareness of Invasive Species

Hudson Valley Additive Manufacturing Center use PolyJet 3D Printing technology to create delicate life-like, full-colour models of insects to inform and educate members of the agricultural community. Since 2014, the Hudson Valley Additive Manufacturing Center (HVAMC) at SUNY New Paltz in upstate New York has been a 3D printing resource for both the university and…

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Artec Micro scanning squirrel skull

Metrology-level 3D scanner Artec Micro captures a squirrel skull in submillimeter 3D colour in minutes

On a walk through the forest near his home in Amherst, Virginia, Artec Ambassador Paul Motley of GoMeasure3D discovered a gray squirrel skull on the ground. Lifting it up and examining its 2.165 inches (55mm) of intricate, organic structures, he realized it’s a perfect opportunity to test the abilities of Artec Micro, a metrology-level desktop 3D scanner for…

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Prototyping process

Balea Streamlines Prototyping Process with In-House 3D Printing

Learn how a Stratasys F170 3D printer gives Balea the design freedom to prototype accurate fit-for-purpose parts, while slashing turnaround times. Based in France, Balea is one of Europe’s only manufacturers of weight control systems for the supply chain industry. The family-owned business produces systems for pallets, trolleys and boxes that help companies correctly weigh…

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