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Has Software Failed AM?
Examining the design and simulation software makers’ efforts to catch up with advances in 3D printing hardware.
Kimya Partners With Stratasys
With the integration of KIMYA into its ecosystem, Stratasys can offer a wider range of materials.
Stratasys Expands Materials Ecosystem With 16 New Materials
First Validated materials for FDM 3D printers announced; P3 adds open, exploratory materials for Origin One 3D printer.
Stratasys Adds Two Composite-Ready 3D Printers
New printers and Nylon carbon fiber material open up new additive manufacturing avenues on the factory floor, company says.
Stratasys Expands Additive Manufacturing Applications
Latest updates include new systems, software and materials.
Stratasys Partners With Xcentric Mold & Engineering
The partnership will allow Xcentric to extend its additive manufacturing capabilities by outsourcing 3D printing projects to Stratasys Direct.
Has Software Failed AM?
Examining the design and simulation software makers’ efforts to catch up with advances in 3D printing hardware.
Printing to Scale
Large-scale 3D printing projects require a new approach to architecture and planning.
Automotive Companies Steer Toward DfAM
Up and down the automotive supply chain, engineering organizations are turning to AM and DfAM principles to gain an edge on electrification and lightweighting design goals.
Collaboration Launches Material For Space and Aviation 3D Printed End-Use Parts
Stratasys, Lockheed Martin, and Metropolitan State University of Denver partner to deliver qualification data for Antero 840CN03 PEKK-based thermoplastic.
Stratasys Partners with Lockheed Martin
Collaboration enables qualification of material for space and aviation end-use parts.
Stratasys Expands GrabCAD Software Partner Program
The new partners integrate with the GrabCAD Additive Manufacturing Platform adding manufacturing operating system and new product introduction 3D workflow software options for Stratasys customers.
3D Printing Brings Heart Research to Life
University of Minnesota Medical School’s Visible Heart Lab leverages Stratasys 3D printing technology for physician training and medical device development.
Stratasys Donates 3D Printers to Heart Labs at University of Minnesota
The Visible Heart Laboratories uses Stratasys 3D printing technology for student and physician education as well as medical device research.
Greening the 3D Printing Industry
New materials, optimized processes enhance AM’s already robust sustainability advantages.
Stratasys Advances Personalized Healthcare
Collaboration with Synopsys and Materialise gives customers access to FDA 510(k)-cleared workflows for diagnostic anatomic modeling.



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