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Modern Prototyping

The Rapid Prototyping Shop of the Future

In today’s increasingly digital world, engineers and designers rely on data that can be displayed on a screen. But in product development, it’s hard to overstate the importance of physically interacting with a design through a prototype. Before the digital era, the creation of prototypes was a hands-on skill. Experienced workers would use a variety…

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Buyer's Guide

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Buyer’s Guide

SOLIDWORKS® Flow Simulation software makes it easier and faster to determine the impact of liquid or gas flow on your product designs before any parts are made.

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Consumer products design

How to bridge the gap between design and manufacturing to accelerate consumer products development

Download our consumer product White Paper today to discover the secrets to a faster consumer product development process.

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Polyjet before after example 2

Optimizing Support Material Removal for PolyJet Technology

How Smart Chemistry for 3D Printed Parts Optimizes Support Removal for PolyJet Technology Learn about traditional methods vs. new technologies that intelligently leverage chemical solutions along with mechanical energy to achieve efficiencies in PolyJet post-processing. PolyJet™ 3D printing is one of the most common Additive Manufacturing build types used in industry and in labs. PolyJet…

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FDM Support Removal 3d printed part

Transforming FDM Support Removal with Volumetric Velocity Dispersion Automation

Learn how your throughput may be limited with traditional submersion support removal systems. As additive manufacturing scales to production levels, post-print cycle time and manual labor are a growing concern. For good reason, Fused Deposition Modeling, or FDM™, is a top print technology choice. From 3D printing enthusiasts to large scale production facilities, FDM adds…

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3D Printed Skull created by Medical Designers

3D Printing Materials Let Medical Designers Work in New Ways

3D printers are used in the medical industry for everything from device design concepts, functional prototypes, and tooling to training and simulation of complicated surgeries. Materials for these projects range from unique multi-material systems that reproduce tissue to design intent to production-grade, high-performance thermoplastics that give designers the freedom to create innovative products. Materials described…

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Clinical simulation 3D printing

3D Printing in Clinical Simulation for Improved Education and Training

3D Printing can reduce costs, improve patient care and increase speed at nearly every step in the medical innovation value chain. This results in improved profitability, increased technology adoption and agile market responsiveness. Stratasys 3D printing solutions enhance the outcomes and economics of medical solutions. Together, three institutions are shaping the future of vascular health…

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Lower cost tools additive manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing for Lower Cost Tools in the Automotive Industry

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.

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Automotive additive manufacturing

How does the Automotive Industry use Additive Manufacturing?

Download the white paper to learn how 3D printing / additive manufacturing is helping automotive manufacturers and suppliers.

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Aerospace Additive Manufacturing

How does the Aerospace Industry use Additive Manufacturing?

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.

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