3D Printing Applications

Learn about industry applications for 3D Printing

Exceptional and repeatable coloration for toy design

Toy design using VeroUltra materials

In this use case, learn how Stratasys® VeroUltra™ materials helped to create accurate coloration for toy design and validation. Challenge From spray painting to hand painting, dry transfers, stickers and more, creating toy dolls with the right appearance for design validation was a manual multi-step process. Achieving accurate skin tone coloration required manual blending of…

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A spot on colour match for consumer product prototypes

In this use case example, learn how to use Stratasys® VeroUltra™ colour 3D printing materials to create a realistic, multi-material consumer product prototype. Challenge Traditionally, to achieve a multi-material appearance the designer needed to mix new colours for each part, paint and then mask multiple times — which reduced the part’s tolerance and increased the…

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Applications for Additive Manufacturing in the Automotive Industry

Automotive Additive Manufacturing

In the span of a decade, Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing has moved from an optional piece of equipment for producing relatively simple prototypes to an absolute necessity — one that is transforming the automotive industry in fundamental ways. Watch the video below to learn about additive manufacturing in the automotive industry: Example additive manufacturing applications…

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Additive Manufacturing 2.0 with Desktop Metal Binder Jetting Systems

Desktop Metal Binder Jetting

Metal Binder Jetting 3D printing has already had profound impacts on prototyping and manufacturing tooling, but with the ability to mass produce highly complex end-use parts, Desktop Metal Additive Manufacturing 2.0 is poised to transform the manufacturing landscape. Watch Desktop Metal Technical Marketing Manager, Ethan Rejto, present the ways next-generation additive technologies like binder jetting unlock…

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See in true colour with the Stratasys VeroUltra family of materials

VeroUltra packaging prototype example

Colour is a key element of design. Colour creates ideas, communicates messages, sparks interest and elicits certain emotions. Colour can also be used in product design to reflect an environment, lifestyle or culture. Colour quality in 3D printing has seen continual improvement over the years, yet the VeroUltra family of opaque PolyJet™ materials is a…

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The Desktop Metal Shop System: Breakthrough Performance

High print quality clipper blade printed on the Shop System

The world’s first metal binder jetting system designed for machine shops, the Shop System is capable of printing complex metal parts with the benefits that standards machine shops expect: unparalleled productivity with superior 3D print quality while maintaining high levels of accessibility throughout the entire process. In addition to unlocking process and product innovations, the…

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The Desktop Metal Shop System: The Benefits of Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing

binder jetting additive manufacturing technology

The world’s first metal binder jetting additive manufacturing system designed for machine shops, the Desktop Metal Shop System is capable of printing complex metal parts with the benefits that standards machine shops expect: unparalleled productivity with superior print quality while maintaining high levels of accessibility throughout the entire process. The binder jetting technology at the…

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The Desktop Metal Shop System: Why Metal Binder Jetting?

Metal Sensor Holder

As the first additive manufacturing systems to unlock benefits like mass production of end-use parts, mass customization, tooling-free manufacturing and more, the Shop System and Production System are poised to kick-start a revolution in manufacturing, what Desktop Metal calls Additive Manufacturing 2.0. And at the heart of both systems is binder jetting, a technology that…

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3D Printing with ABS-Carbon Fiber Material

ABS-CF10 Alignment Fixture printed on the Stratasys F123 printer

ABS-Carbon Fiber (ABS-CF10) is an ABS-based material with 10% carbon fiber formulated for use on the Stratasys F170, F270 and F370 printers. It is a robust, stiff material that was specifically engineered to produce strong, stiff and lightweight jigs, fixtures, tools, manufacturing aids and production parts. In this session, you will learn how ABS-Carbon Fiber optimizes operational efficiency…

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