All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Stratasys’

ProDesk3D 3D Printer Emerges From The Shadows

3D printers can generally only print in one or two colors thanks to the limitations of the technology. Stratasys announced last month that it had broken through those limitations with its Objet500 Connex3 3D printer that can incorporate 46 colors into a single print. Before the Connex3, however, there was the ProDesk3D. 3ders reports that BotObjects revealed the ProDesk3D – …

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Stratasys Made Some 3D Printed Skis

With the Winter Olympics still going on, interest in skiing must surely be mounting. After watching some of the world best skiers tackle the slopes, you may feel inclined to finally take up skiing. If you happen to have yourself a 3D printer, you might even want to try your hand at making your own. Stratasys updated their blog this …

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Stratasys Unveils The Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer

Stratasys nabbed one of the best 3D printer manufacturers in the world when it acquired Objet back in late 2012. Since then, the two companies have been working together on some new impressive printers, including its multi-material Connex line. This week, Stratasys finally unveiled the fruits of Objet’s labor over the past few months. At SolidWorks 2014, Stratasys unveiled the …

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3D Printers Help Create Art That Would Have Been Impossible Otherwise

Over the last year, 3D printers have proven that they are versatile enough to meet the demands of both industry and design. In fact, fashion designers have already been pushing the limits of 3D printed design with shoes and dresses. Now fine art is taking a crack at what 3D printers can do and are already surpassing their wildest dreams. …

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Here’s A Tour Of Stratasys’ Booth At EuroMold 2013

EuroMold is one of the largest product development trade shows in the world. Companies from all over the globe gather in Frankfurt for four days to show off the latest developments in a variety of industries. In recent years, 3D printing has obviously become a hot ticket industry of interest at EuroMold, and some of the biggest players show up. …

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Stratasys’ New 3D Printing Material Is Super Thin

When Stratasys merged with Objet in late 2012, it didn’t just get a new range of 3D printers to sell to professionals and hobbyists. It also got a company that has continuously innovated in the realm of 3D printer materials. Now the Objet side of Stratasys is back with some new materials that you may find interesting. In its quarterly …

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Say Aloha To This 3D Printed Ukulele

The ukulele is a majestic instrument that has become synonymous with Hawaii’s musical heritage. It’s also that annoying “mini-guitar” that your drunk friend thinks he can play at 2 a.m. Now it’s become another major accomplishment in the world of 3D printing. The Stratasys blog reports that Matt W. makes instruments as a hobby. He was recently made head of …

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MakerBot Digitizer Goes On Sale For $1,400

So, you bought a MakerBot Replicator 2 and you’re already printing out stuff that you find on Thingiverse. Now you want to start printing things that you find around the house. You can either painstakingly recreate the objects in 3D modeling software, or you can use a 3D scanner that costs thousands of dollars. Well, MakerBot now has a cheaper …

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Stratasys Shows Off Some Of Its New 3D Printing Materials

3D printers can use more than just boring ol’ plastic when creating objects. There are a variety of materials available to creators. Stratasys has one of the most impressive material portfolios with over 130 different types, and it’s creating more all the time. In a new quarterly video series, Stratasys will be showing off some of the new 3D printing …

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Stratasys Makes A 3D Printed Wall Street Bull

The bull is a noble creature defined by two massive horns that will gore you if the animal is given the chance. It’s also the symbol of a healthy economy. To that end, Stratasys has made a bull on a 3D printer for its Investors and Analyst Day at NASDAQ. The Stratasys Blog says that its 3D printed bull uses …

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This Studio Workshop Will Show You How To Use 3D Printers

More and more people are wanting to learn about 3D printing as the technology becomes cheaper and more accessible. Libraries are just starting to open up public maker spaces, but there’s plenty of dedicated private maker spaces for those who don’t mind spending a little money to learn all about 3D printing. One such maker space belongs to Fathom – …

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3D Printed Fashion Is Back With These Wild Shoes

Fashion shows are weird. Half of the clothing shown at the events are never commercialized, but are rather just an excuse for a designer to get all post-modern on some fabric. We haven’t seen anything quite like that in the world of 3D printed fashion just yet, but we’re slowly getting there. The 3D printing company formerly known as Objet …

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Stratasys And MakerBot Team Up To Make 3D Printing Even More Mainstream

There were some rumors floating around earlier this month that 3D printer company MakerBot was interested in selling. Those rumors came to fruition Wednesday afternoon when Stratasys announced that it had acquired the company. Stratasys announced that it will merge with MakerBot in a deal worth $403 million dollars, or 4.76 million shares. It’s not your usual acquisition, however, as …

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This Custom Chocolate Mold Was Made With A 3D Printer

Easter has come and gone, but there’s always a reason to make some custom molded chocolates. Unfortunately, you’re usually limited to whatever shapes the local stores sells molds in. With the help of a 3D printer, however, you can make any mold you want. With a Stratasys Objet260 Connex printer, the fine folks at Proto3000 created a custom chocolate egg …

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Stratasys Built A 3D Printer Exclusively For Dental Labs

We’ve already seen how 3D printers are revolutionizing dentistry, but the technology is still out of reach for many smaller clinics. Stratasys is hoping to remedy that with a new 3D printer built just for orthodontic labs. Say hell to the Stratasys Objet30 OrthoDesk, a 3D printer that combines “a small desktop footprint that’s easy to use and maintain with …

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Stratasys Has A 3D Printer For Every Need In 2013

Objet and Stratasys merged late last year to become one of the largest 3D printer companies the world has ever known. The merger allows the company to enter 2013 with a selection of 3D printers that will appeal to everyone from the desktop designer to the professional manufacturer. The latest ad from Stratasys shows all the different 3D printers it …

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Objet Enters The World Of Fashion With 3D Printed Clothing

I don’t think anybody would normally associate 3D printing with fashion. One Dutch fashion designer did, however, and the results are pretty fabulous. Objet released a video interview today with Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen and MIT Professor Neri Oxman, both of which worked on a multi-material 3D printed cape and skirt. The ensemble was composed of “both rubber-like …

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Objet And Stratasys Celebrate Merger With 3D Printed Pen Holder

For the longest time, there were two giants in the world of 3D printing – Stratasys and Objet. These two companies announced a merger in early 2012, and completed said merger in December. Now the company is combining its forces to continue innovating in the 3D printing space. Objet recently showed off a 3D printed card and pen holder that’s …

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