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This white paper explores the possibilities of using additive manufacturing to produce lower cost tools and offers evidence of notable opportunities with the adoption of 3D printing in the production process.
Innovation in aerospace is accelerating, advancing frontiers of understanding at the component/product level in manufacturing operations, in rethinking supply chains and, in some cases, at the business model level.
Certifying additively manufactured parts for aircraft installation just got a lot easier. The Stratasys Aircraft Interiors Certification Solution gives aerospace companies a faster, more streamlined process.
When Material Stability and Long-Term Performance is Paramount The majority of today’s consumer products — and many commercial ones — are composed of thermoplastics. When designing a new product, engineers can best predict its end performance by prototyping with a material as similar to it as possible. That’s why 3D printing with thermoplastics is so…
Overcoming Additive Manufacturing Surface Finishing Challenges with Automated SRF Technology Learn what’s required to optimize and scale a 3D post-print surface finish operation to achieve maximum efficiency and productivity. What challenges are encountered for surface finishing using traditional methods What’s required to optimize and scale a 3D post-print surface finish operation How revolutionary software-driven innovations…
Learn how cloud software is revolutionizing 3D Printing and having an increasingly tangible impact on the way real companies that make things do real business.
Many components in the space, electronics and other industries require surrounding materials to be electrostatic discharge (ESD) safe to prevent damage from static discharge. Stratasys has developed an industry-tailored PEKK material to combine ESD properties and chemical resistance with suitable mechanical and thermal properties. PEKK Material Capability Many advanced electronics applications rely on parts that…
As manufacturing, making, and innovation converge in education, 3D printing is becoming more crucial to curriculums. Giving access to 3D printers enables students across disciplines to learn by making and creating rather than simply consuming content. Hands-on learning is an integral part of the curriculum, turning students into thinkers, designers and builders.