In today's post, we will consider the hospital opportunity to take advantage of 3D printing to improve patient care, research, education and training, and overall hospital efficiency.
This week, Stratasys has announced a refresh for this popular platform; more than just a facelift, a number of improvements have been implemented with the aim of making the tried-and-true, professional grade platform increasingly accessible within academia and industry.
Centennial College's recently introduced Product Design and Development program is the only of its kind in Canada, allowing students to learn every aspect of a product life cycle, from concept to design to prototyping and production. Read on for more!
In today's blog post we will be reviewing the advantages of SUP706, as well as providing insight our Applications Team has to offer after upgrading our Objet 500Connex 3 to the soluble support system and integrating it into our workflow.
To hasten and sharpen that crucial decision-making, Synergy brought a Stratasys J750 3D Printer in-house to produce whole-product prototypes in full color, even with multiple materials, textures and gradients, in as little as a few hours. Read on to learn how the unmatched realism afforded by the J750 has elevated Synergy's design services.
A simple, yet often overlooked feature in the Insight software included with all Fortus Production Series 3D Printers is the ability for the user to customize the toolbar and toolbox areas within the program. This allows the user to create a processing enviroment best suited to their workflow, further enhancing the already powerful features of the Insight software.