Additive Manufacturing

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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Leveraging the strength of 3D Printed Carbon Fiber on the Shop Floor

3D printed carbon fiber tooling

Your goals are clear: high productivity and worker safety, low cost and materials that can withstand the rigors of a manufacturing environment. Traditional manufacturing has its place but it’s not the only path to strong parts. Additive manufacturing (AM) using carbon fiber-filled nylon material 3D…

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Mitigating Supply Chain Risk with End-to-End Automated Additive Manufacturing

in-house additive production

When considering Additive for its speed, flexibility, and efficiency, examine how to extend these benefits through the final step of the process. Mitigating risk within supply chains is a goal that most manufacturers work toward improving incrementally. For this issue to be brought to the…

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Design to Manufacture of a Custom Gauge Holder (Part 3 of 3)

3D Printing Part

In the final post of my three part series on creating a custom oil pressure gauge holder for my car, I cover the finishing touches to my SOLIDWORKS model file, and 3D printing a physical end-use part. If you haven’t read my previous two posts,…

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Upgrading Stratasys F123 3D Printers for FDM TPU 92A Material – Part 2

Learn how to upgrade Stratasys F123 series of 3D printers with an upgrade kit so they are able to print the new FDM TPU 92A elastomer material. TPU is a thermoplastic polyurethane material that can be considered a bridge between rubber and plastic. Read part…

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SOLIDWORKS and Additive Manufacturing are a Pairing for Perfection

With a wide range of office and professional grade printers, Javelin's Vancouver office houses the most robust additive manufacturing lab in Western Canada.

Do you ever find that an off-the-shelf solution doesn’t quite suit your needs? Maybe you can find something close enough to get the job done, or maybe you can hack several options together, but this can often be a time consuming, trial and error process….

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