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Syqe Medical are able to prototype and produce their drug delivery system devices using a Stratasys 3D printer. The Syqe inhaler includes 80% 3D printed parts.
Learn how Thogus moved to a small-volume Stratasys 3D printing manufacturing process in order to compete with high-cost fabrication shops.
Acist (Advanced Contrast Imaging System Technology) is a medical-device company that specializes in developing contrast injection systems in the fields of cardiology and radiology. Acist’s devices infuse dye into the vascular system, letting physicians visualize anatomies.
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.
The team of mechanical and electrical designers at Global Vehicle Systems relies on Javelin’s help, from technical support to training. In this case study video, we talked to Stephane Boucher, Vice President of Operations, about the values his company shares with Javelin, and how the partnership has evolved
Learn how Global Vehicle’s team of mechanical and electrical designers relies on support from Javelin Technologies, from training them in using SOLIDWORKS software to its full potential, to guiding them through the monumental shift from traditional machining to additive manufacturing. Since 1999, Global Vehicle Systems (GVS) has been a key resource for top-tier automotive parts manufacturers,…
To design such a tenacious and specialized vehicle, NASA are 3D Printing Space Vehicle Parts. For example, about 70 of the parts that make up the rover were built digitally, directly from computer designs, in the heated chamber of a production-grade Stratasys 3D Printer.
A Stratasys F123 series printer with GrabCAD Print™ software streamlines the shared workflow of a Design Firm and makes CAD even more responsive to fast-moving projects.