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3D scanning custom orthopedics

Creating Custom Orthopedics via 3D Scanning cut time and labor costs by 90%

Located in the Netherlands, Orthin creates impact where traditional methods have fallen short. In particular, they specialize in creating a wide range of custom orthopedics for their clients, from knee braces to corsets for patients with scoliosis. In this field, ensuring precision is essential to fulfilling the medical needs of patients. This is why Orthin…

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Artec bionic arm

Creating a thought controlled Bionic Arm with 3D Scanning and Printing

An orthopedic specialist brought a unique kind of design thinking, and the latest in 3D scanning and printing, to create a thought-controlled bionic arm for a patient. Paul Teupel was born without most of his left arm. He has had many prosthetic arms over the years, starting at the age of 3. Then at the age…

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custom air vent printed on F900

Bombardier Transportation speeds up development process with Stratasys F900 3D printer

On track for efficient production Bombardier Transportation is a global mobility solutions provider. Its lead engineering site for the region Central & Eastern Europe and Israel is located in Hennigsdorf, Germany. This location is responsible for pre- and small-series production of mainline and metro projects, as well as design validation to enable the large-scale manufacture…

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3D printed riding helmet

Creating Custom 3D Printed Riding Helmets with the help of an Artec Eva 3D Scanner

With the help of an Artec Eva 3D scanner design engineers were able to create custom 3D printed riding helmets for children with brain-related neurological conditions. Imogen can’t run and play with the other children, but she can ride a horse. Born 11 weeks early with spastic diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy, much of…

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Composite molding 3D printer

IDEC réinventent le moulage composite avec la fabrication additive FDM

Découvrez comment IDEC a utilisé l’impression 3D pour accroître sa compétitivité en réduisant le temps, les coûts et le gaspillage de matériaux du moulage en composite traditionnel.

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BMW Gabarits et montages

Gabarits et fixations d’impression 3D à BMW

Au-delà du prototypage, BMW étend l’application du FDM à d’autres domaines et fonctions, notamment les gabarits et fixations d’impression 3D.

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SUIVI DES ANIMAUX MARINS

Scanner en 3D avec Artec Eva pour un suivi de pointe des animaux marins

L’utilisation du scanner Artec Eva 3D permet de capturer des données en mesure précises pour le développement et l’impression 3D d’étiquettes personnalisées pour un suivi de pointe des animaux marins.

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Pressed water bottle SOLIDWORKS

Three brothers launch innovative pressed-water bottle company with SOLIDWORKS

Pressa Inc. leveraged SOLIDWORKS 3D design tools to transform what started as co-Founder Luke Hambly’s college design project into a commercially successful startup company that designs, manufactures, and sells Pressa Bottle products, which are backed by an international patent for the company’s unique “pressa” fruit mixing chamber. Brothers Jesse, Luke, and Mason Hambly were college…

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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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