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As Seen In Plastics Technology
Carbon-Fiber ABS for a Broader Range of FDM 3D Printers
Stratasys’ new FDM ABS-CF10 is the first thermoplastic composite material for its line of F123 Series 3D printers which combine FDM technology with design-to-print GrabCAD print software.
Stratasys Completes Acquisition of Origin
The acquisition adds Origin’s software-centric additive manufacturing solution, which focuses on digital light processing for production-oriented polymer applications.
Stratasys to Acquire 3D Printing Startup Origin
The acquisition is expected to close in January 2021.
New Report Says 74% of Companies Plan to Invest in 3D Printing in 2021
Over half of survey respondents plan to invest up to $100,000 in 3D printing technologies next year.
GM Using Stratasys 3D Printing Systems for Ventilator Tooling Production
GM’s director of additive manufacturing, Ron Daul, talks with Plastics Technology about the company’s investment in 3D printing technologies.
Stratasys Announces Winners of the CoVent-19 Challenge to Design New Ventilator
The three winners will receive a total of $10,000 in credits for 3D printing from Stratasys.
Additive Manufacturing: New 3D Printer Aims to Validate New Product Designs Quickly
The new J55 3D printer from Stratasys is about a third the price of the PolyJet printers.
Stratasys and Origin Partner to Bring 3D-Printed Nasopharyngeal Swabs to Healthcare Providers
Origin plans to increase production from 100,000 per week to over a million per week by May.
CoVent-19 Challenge Asks Designers and Engineers to Respond to the Ventilator Crisis
This global, open innovation initiative is via Stratasys GrabCAD platform and designed to help develop a rapidly deployable mechanical ventilator.
Stratasys Coalition Expands to Ramp Up Face Shield Production With 3D Printing
Stratasys has received requests for 350,000 face shields, so further acceleration in production across coalition members is critical.
Stratasys Producing 3D-Printed Face Shields In Response to Coronavirus Pandemic
Any 3D printing shop in the U.S. that wishes to help print plastic frames, can fill out an online form to be invited to join the effort.
Additive Manufacturing: New Mid-Range 3D Printer
The new J826 from Stratasys is a lower cost option that broadens access to full-color, seven-material PolyJet 3D printing for enterprise shops and educational institutions.
Stratasys, Solvay Partner to Bring New FDM Materials to Market
Solvay selected as first materials leader to develop Stratasys-approved filament for the F900 3D printer.
Bombardier Transportation To Use F900 3D Printer From Stratasys
The manufacturer will produce final end-use rail parts, as well as manufacturing tools and prototypes for trains and trams across German-speaking countries.
Sabic Launches New AMS31F Breakaway Filament
Sabic AMS31F filament combined with Ultem AM9085F filament creates a high-performance material that provides high heat resistance and mechanical strength.
Stratasys Introduces V650 Flex Stereolithography 3D Printer
The collaboration with DSM reportedly allows customers to have greater access and flexibility for development of prototypes and tooling using stereolithography 3D printing.
Stratasys Unveils Newest Addition to the F123 Series of 3D Printers
The company says the F120 brings industrial 3D printing to the masses.
Several Thermoplastic 'Firsts' Among 2018 SPE Automotive Awards
With the addition of an Additive Manufacturing slot, all nine categories exemplify innovation and transferability in the use of plastics.
Stratasys Produces 3D-printed Parts for Britain's Angel Trains
All parts have been designed for additive manufacturing using Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology.
Market Trends in Polymer Additive Manufacturing
Unlike the BetaMax/VHS technology debate, all the established polymer print technologies have a viable long-term role to play in the 3D-printing industry.
Additive Manufacturing at NPE2018: Lots of Prototyping…and Some Manufacturing Too
As a growing industry, there will be lots of ‘firsts’ at NPE, including a new zone and workshop.