Effective support removal is one of the key pillars of overall Polyjet part quality, and can make the difference between good and great results. This Thursday, we'll be walking you through some tips and tricks for effective removal of SUP705.
As the utilization of 3D Printing and additive manufacturing continues to disseminate amongst a number of industries, medical 3D printing has seen some of the most rapid grown. 3D-printed anatomical models for surgical planning and clinical training have a wide array of applications in the hospital inpatient setting.
Thursday's Tech Tip has been provided by Applications Specialist Conner Janeteas. Today, he'll be taking you through his favourite feature of GrabCAD Print to-date, as well as run through the release notes for Version 1.8. The latest version of our latest print processing and management software, GrabCAD Print, has just been launched. Today, we’ll be taking you through the release notes, and our favourite feature to to date – office hours.
Our customers, such as L3, Bombardier, Boeing and Standard Aero are but a few partners benefiting from these advancement’s in additive technologies and materials. Like others in the aerospace industry, they are experiencing performance improvements with superior lightweight part design from integrated structures and component consolidation.
As many of us may already know, our Stratasys Polyjet systems - including the J750, Objet Connex Series, and the Objet Desktop Series - are capable of very high resolution printing. With high accuracy also comes high responsibility for ensuring that this accuracy is up kept and print quality stays optimal. A large portion of this up keep is achieved in the simple process of cleaning heads and general machine cleanliness.
Every year, the Extreme Redesign Challenge calls upon tomorrow’s engineers, artists and entrepreneurs to design a better future. It is a test to see who can come up with the most creative, mechanically sound, and realistically achievable design using 3D printing. Seven winners were selected and received scholarships for their efforts as well as features on the Stratasys website and blog. Today, we're sharing the results of Canadian students Matthew Wong & Lewis Carvalheiro.