Entries for March 2012

How to Qualify Accuracy
Want to really know the accuracy of a 3D printed part? Don't CMM it; 3D scan it and let a color map ...
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Top 10 Finalists Announced in Extreme Redesign Contest
Stratasys Inc. has selected the finalists for its Dimension brand’s eighth annual Extreme Redesign 3...
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Phenix Systems Comes to the U.S.

Earlier this year, Phenix Systems (Riom France) quietly entered the U.S. market with its line of 3D ... More >>
Two-Person Team Designs 3D-Printed Aircraft Through Discovery Method
Another first for 3D-printed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). But this story from Stratasys take an e...
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Ultra-High-Resolution 3D Printer Breaks Speed Records at Vienna University of Technology

Printing three-dimensional objects with incredibly fine details is now possible using “two-pho... More >>
Materialise Launches Additive Manufacturing Automation and Control System

Materialise has made important advancement in the additive manufacturing (3D printing) industry: too... More >>
Smithsonian 3D-Prints Thomas Jefferson with Museum Quality

RedEye On Demand , a business unit of Stratasys, collaborated  with the Smithsonian to create o... More >>
Morris Technologies Releases Stainless 17-4 PH

Morris Technologies, Inc. (MTI) now offers 3D-printed parts in stainless 17-4 PH with multiple heat ... More >>
The Real Cost of Materials
It is undeniable. 3D printer materials are expensive. But they may be even more expensive than you ...
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What’s Old is New Again
Applications that are in the news have their roots in decades-old stories. Yet, they are new to the ...
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Perfection: The Adversary of 3D Printing
If you act like a perfectionist with new product designs, you are undermining the value of your 3D p...
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Is 3D Printing Ripe for Consolidation?
When 3D first announced its intent to acquire Z Corp from Contex, shock and disbelief were early rea...
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