Learn how designers and manufacturers aim high with 3D technology
3D Printing’s versatility paves the way for medical advancements by Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. Cardiovascular Systems, Inc., based in St. Paul, Minnesota, is a medical device company focused on developing and commercializing innovative solutions for treating peripheral and coronary artery disease (PAD and CAD). The company’s Orbital Atherectomy Systems treat calcified plaque in arterial vessels throughout…
Magna International’s Magna Closures subsidiary is a leading supplier of door modules, window systems, power closure systems, latching systems, handle assemblies, electronics, lighting systems, engineering glass and sealing systems to the global automotive industry. “One of the greatest challenges faced by our product development team is that our products need to be tightly integrated into…
With the help of Stratasys 3D printers, Solaxis designed and manufactured a jig for an automotive supplier, which uses it to assemble high-volume plastic door seals.
Using SOLIDWORKS 3D design tools for vehicle development, Trakka has cut time-to-market for its products in half, which has helped the company double its product offering and grow its business.
The quality of design at Honda Access improved significantly as designers can now 3D print auto accessories in real time during the design process
Volvo Construction Equipment avoided tooling costs by 3D printing a functional prototype of a water pump for their A30G articulated hauler, saving 18 weeks and over $9,200.
Team Penske are able to use parts right off their FDM® and PolyJet™ 3D printers for their race cars. Learn more in the Stratasys case study.