3D Printing Products

Technical information about 3D Printing products from Javelin

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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Stratasys J55 prints outstanding colour gradients, clearly showing stress points on your FEA models

preparing model for 3D printing

The Stratasys J55 printer brings expanded capabilities to the Polyjet desktop series of office friendly printers. Learn more by reading TechTalk: Javelin’s Professional Services team impressed with Stratasys J55 3D printer for product development. Gradient Colours on your 3D Prints One of the most notable benefits of using the J55 is the ease of applying…

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Simulating screens and surfaces with Stratasys VeroUltra materials

3D printed electronics

In this use case, Stratasys VeroUltra materials are used to 3D print electronics with multiple opacities and surfaces. Challenge Traditional, single-material prototyping is an expensive multi-step process with long lead times. And when you’re dealing with a prototype with multiple parts and surfaces, there is a higher risk of miscommunication over the appearance of the…

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Stratasys offers SAF™ technology for production-scale 3D printing

SAF Model

Stratasys shared the first details about its upcoming line of powder bed fusion-based 3D printers. The new H Series™ Production Platform will be powered by Selective Absorption Fusion™ technology specifically designed to meet the needs of volume manufacturing. Commercial availability of 3D printers based on SAF™ technology is currently expected in the third quarter of…

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TechTalk: Javelin’s Professional Services team impressed with Stratasys J55 3D printer for product development

printed part in the J55 3D printer

One of the latest additions in Javelin’s Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) in Oakville, Ontario is the office friendly, full-colour Stratasys J55 3D printer. See the team unboxing the new printer below: After gaining several months of experience using the J55, Print Services Applications Specialist Stefan Bullock is eager to give you his thoughts, captured in…

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Stratasys adds carbon fiber on the F123 series printers with ABS-CF10

ABS-CF10 Alignment Fixture printed on the Stratasys F123 printer

Can you 3D print carbon fiber? Stratasys F123 series printers including the F170, F270, and F370 are now capable of printing stronger, stiffer, and lighter-weight parts with the addition of a carbon fiber material – ABS-CF10. ABS-CF10 is an ABS-based material with 10% chopped carbon fiber, making it 15% stronger and 50% stiffer than ABS….

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GrabCAD Shop adds new cost calculator feature

GrabCAD Shop Cost Calculator

GrabCAD Shop has been a very useful tool that allows many users to save both time and money but was missing an important feature – calculating the cost of print jobs. Recently, a new cost calculator feature was added which gives the operator the ability to quote work orders. How does it work? When a…

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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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