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Diran 410MF07 Material Series Part Two: Machine Upgrade FAQs

Processing aid printed in diran

Stratasys has recently released Diran material for the Stratasys F370 3D printer; this material is a nylon-based thermoplastic with 7% mineral fill by weight. In the second of this three part series, we will discuss material application examples and upgrade FAQ’s. Read part one to learn the material characteristics and properties of Diran. What problems…

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Diran 410MF07 Material Series Part One: Material Characteristics and Properties

Diran robot end effector

Stratasys has recently released Diran 410MF07 material for the Stratasys 370 printer, this material is a nylon based thermoplastic with 7% mineral fill by weight. Additives like minerals or fibers (carbon fiber) are added to nylon to change its material properties and in some cases to make the material better suited for specific applications. Adding…

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FDM 3D Printing for Automotive Applications: Are you losing the race with archaic support removal?

Post Processing Machine

As Automotive continues to be one of Additive Manufacturing’s top growth markets in both the number of applications and volume of printed parts, the importance of increased productivity, consistency, and quality through post processing solutions is also ramping. Automotive applications are heavily weighted towards the use of FDM in rapid prototyping to help cut timelines…

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Introducing the first SLA 3D Printer from Stratasys – The V650 Flex

Stratasys V650 Flex SLA 3D Printer

Stratasys, the additive manufacturing quality and reliability leader, has announced a new 3D printer to their list of product offerings. The new V650 Flex is the first ever Stratasys 3D printer featuring Stereolithography (SLA) technology. Stereolithography is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating parts layer by layer, by projecting an ultraviolet (UV)…

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Introducing the NEW Stratasys F120 Desktop FDM 3D Printer

Using the Stratasys F120

The Stratays F120 printer has just been unveiled by Stratasys at AMUG 2019. The F120 is an industrial-grade 3D Printer developed to empower offices, work groups and educational institutes. The F120 is the newest member of the Stratasys F123 Series and will perform with the same reliability and ease-of-use as the larger 3D Printers in…

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Video: Desktop Metal Studio System 3D Printer Unboxing and First Impressions

After much anticipation, our Desktop Metal Studio System has arrived at our Oakville head office! The Desktop Metal Studio System is a three-part solution that automates metal 3D printing. Tightly integrated through Desktop Metal’s cloud-based software, it delivers a seamless workflow for printing complex metal parts in-house—from digital file to sintered part. Join John, Wayne…

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3D Printing with the Stratasys Fortus 450mc

Fortus 450mc Tray Inspect

Production 3D Printing with the Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D Printer Production 3D printers, like the Fortus 450mc, are ideal for engineers that require demanding flexibility to print larger-sized or many parts in an array of engineering-grade materials with high speed and unfailing throughput. Take designs from virtual to real in hours, not weeks. From functional…

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GrabCAD Print Now Includes Insight Software!

GrabCAD Print Software

GrabCAD Print version 1.3 now includes Stratasys’ Insight software. As a brief overview, Insight is a software that drives Stratasys’ Fortus line of 3D printers as well as the brand new F370 3D printer. Insight is fully customizable and allows the user to determine where the printer puts material. The part’s infill pattern, slice height,…

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3D Printer or Rapid Prototyping Solution? How to Spot the Difference (and Save Millions) – Part 2

In our first installment of this post, we explained why firms looking to stay ahead of their competition must focus, more than ever before, on compressing their product development cycles. Firms today are under greater pressure from two directions – both from the increasing demands of consumers for product variety and by the accompanying trend…

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