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Ultem parts printed with an FDM Production 3D Printers

3D Printing has enabled many of the world’s most demanding industries to break into new areas of manufacturing and production with materials that can withstand the harshest environments. As market demand for low-mid volume manufacturing…

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Part too large for your 3D Printer! Three Tips for Splitting a Large Part

Slot Split Parts Together

When 3D printing there are times when you just can’t get your part to fit inside of the build volume of your 3D printer. Watch the video below to learn three techniques for splitting large…

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Medical 3D printing team takes home top prize in Lions’ Den competition

3D Printed Medical Model How 3D Printing can enhance and expand for Medtech Opportunities

Three medical pitches. Five lions. Half a million dollars. Three teams competed for a chance to win money for healthcare innovation. The premise of the show was similar to Dragon’s Den, where each team had…

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Custom automotive manufacturing with Stratasys large format printers

Radford Motors 3D printed dashboard

Radford Motors builds exclusive luxury automobiles, focusing on high craftsmanship, limited-run production, customization and performance. The company traces its lineage back to the original Radford Motors, a British coachbuilder established in 1948 that built custom…

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How SOLIDWORKS and the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform Work Together for 3D Printing

3DEXPERIENCE 3D Printing

Wondering what the difference is, or how SOLIDWORKS and the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform work together when it comes to 3D printing? In this video, we’ll be sending a part file from SOLIDWORKS to a 3D printer and…

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Stratasys Origin One 3D printing design guide

Design optimization 3D printing

In the last year, Stratasys released the all new Origin One 3D printer. This printer uses a Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) technology process and is capable of printing difficult geometries without supports, fine features, and large…

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Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printer Maintenance Tips for Better Quality Prints

PolyJet 3D Printer Cleaning

Proper maintenance your Stratasys PolyJet 3D printer is the most important way to ensure the optimal performance and longevity of your machine. By disregarding these essential maintenance tips and procedures, you are guaranteed to have…

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Stratasys FDM 3D Printer Maintenance Tips and Tricks

FDM 3D Printer Maintenance and Calibration

Keeping a properly maintained and efficient running Stratasys FDM (fused deposition modeling) 3D Printer takes time and a dedicated schedule so that your printer continues to reliably print parts as it did on day one….

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Optimize 3D Printing from SOLIDWORKS with Print3D

Optimize 3D Printing

Optimizing part designs for 3D printing production relies heavily on using the right tools. SOLIDWORKS has taken the initiative to create a 3D design software environment that is intuitive and aids manufacturers in designing 3D…

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How to Prevent 3D Print Warping with GrabCAD Print

3D Print Warping Example

To help prevent 3D Print Warping the GrabCAD Print software now includes anchor columns. Let’s take a look at how this new feature works: 3D Printed Part Curling or Warping Most of the 3D Printing…

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When NOT to Use 3D Printing for End-Use Parts – Part 3

3D Printed Forming Tool and Model

This segment picks up where we left off in this video series discussing how not all manufacturing processes are ideal candidates to be replaced directly with 3D printing. We want to demonstrate that the 3D…

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When NOT to Use 3D Printing for End-Use Parts – Part 2

Thermoforming with the 3D Printed Model

Additive Manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is one of the newest and most versatile manufacturing processes on the planet. It’s possible to 3D print thousands of different models, parts, or basically anything you want with…

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When NOT to Use 3D Printing for End-Use Parts – Part 1

Remote Controlled Example Model

There are times when 3D printing end-use parts does not offer economic or performance gains! There, I said it. While this may seem controversial to say for a company that is in the 3D printing…

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Expanding Capabilities at TriMech with the Stratasys Origin One

Stratasys Origin One Model

It looks like we’re on Santa’s “Nice” list this year because we lucked out and got something truly special just in time for the Holidays! The TriMech Advanced Manufacturing Services Team in Rocky Hill, CT.,…

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Three Ways to Add Screw Threads to a 3D Printed Part

Heat set insert of thread

The idea for this tip came to me as I was working on my remote-control (RC) Ornithopter design. The goal is to securely fasten the flap mechanism for flight and at the same time, a…

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SOLIDWORKS 2024 hardware

SOLIDWORKS 2024 Hardware Recommendations

TriMech has compiled this recommended SOLIDWORKS 2024 hardware guide to aid you in the process of upgrading or purchasing new hardware for SOLIDWORKS.

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Transfer Activation

IMPORTANT! Transfer Activation Prior to Upgrading to SOLIDWORKS 2024

Prior to installing SOLIDWORKS 2024, you need to transfer activation from your prior release of SOLIDWORKS to ensure it’s available to activate SOLIDWORKS 2024.

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SOLIDWORKS Packages Comparison

SOLIDWORKS Packages Comparison

What is the difference between SOLIDWORKS® Standard, Professional and Premium 3D CAD software? Learn about the features included in each of the three SOLIDWORKS offerings.

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