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Customer Story: ICAMP’s success in bringing client’s products to market faster with the help of production 3D printers

Production 3D printers at ICAMP

The Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping (ICAMP) from Canadore College in North Bay Ontario is an innovation center that helps their clients design, develop, prototype, and manufacture products to get them to market. ICAMP, located in North Bay, has 13,300 square feet of industrial laboratory and design space. Clients can access the space,…

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How to 3D print files from 3D scan data using Artec Leo and Stratasys J55

miniature Cory 3D printed from scan on the J55

3D printing realistic prototypes is easier than ever before. Using the right technology can help bring your ideas to life quickly and easily! In this demonstration video, we use the Artec Leo, Artec Studio software, and the J55 3D printer to make a realistic miniature head model of Cory Green, Javelin’s 3D Scanning Product Manager….

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Introducing three new PolyJet 3D Printers from Stratasys

New PolyJet 3D Printers

Stratasys recently released three new PolyJet 3D printers to add to the portfolio. These additions expand capabilities for designers and allow for better quality, full colour, functional prototypes. Stratasys J35 Pro Let’s start with the Stratasys J35 Pro, a low-cost all-in-one 3D printer. This office friendly 3D printer offers full colour, multi-material printing for designers…

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7 Time-saving Paths to Simplified Prototyping with the Stratasys J35

3D Printed Prototype

Product designers and engineers are often faced with same challenge — how to make a prototype faster and easier. Learn how a cost effective office-friendly Stratasys 3D printer can help. Creating parts and prototypes that test form, fit and function can be difficult, time-consuming and expensive to make using traditional methods. But, prototyping allows for…

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Using Insight stabilization features to successfully produce large-scale printed parts

Airflow direction in chamber

At Javelin we are constantly searching for areas where additive manufacturing can supplement or replace current manufacturing solutions for our clients. One of the leading areas in which additive offers an edge over traditional manufacturing is in low volume production of large-scaled parts, this can include Tier 1 automotive panels, large scale aerospace applications and…

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The Latest Additive Manufacturing Technology and Applications

Additive Manufacturing Trends

Watch this Additive Manufacturing Technology and Applications presentation from our recent Virtual Tech Conference to learn about the latest Stratasys 3D Printers, new production materials, and industrial applications for AM. In this AM presentation Javelin Additive Manufacturing expert Jean-Simon Boivin provides an overview of some of the newer technologies in the additive manufacturing (AM) world….

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New carbon fiber material adds shop floor capabilities to the F-Series printers

Gripper design using ABS-CF10 material

Stratasys introduced ABS-CF carbon fiber material to the F-series family of printers elevating the already stellar capabilities of the F123 Series to another level; blurring lines between the office and the shop floor. Users can enjoy the speed, quietness, and ease of use of the Stratasys F-Series whilst accessing advanced materials typically reserved for production…

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Producing Lightweight, Durable Robot Parts on Stratasys Origin One

Origin One parts

Ghost Robotics™ produces four-legged autonomous unmanned robots with all-terrain stability that can operate in almost any environment. These quadruped robots are size scalable, ultra-agile, high endurance and easy to program. Simple mechanical systems increase the robots’ durability, agility and endurance. The robots’ modular design supports the efficient field swapping of any sub-assembly. Challenge Ghost Robotics…

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Accessible large-format FDM printing with the Stratasys F770 printer

F770 Printer Front Open

Stratasys made a big impact on manufacturing with their announcement of three new printers using three technologies this week during their Manufacturing Event. If you missed the big event, we saw and learned about the H350 3D printer, which uses Selective Absorption Fusion technology (also known as SAF). The printer is built for high-volume, short-run…

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