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3D printing offered a viable, cost-effective solution to recreating accurate models with repeatable bone fracture types for multiple training scenarios.
Neurosurgeon study compares 3D printing against traditional training methodologies such as cadavers, foam models, and other conventional practices.
KOR's Urbee is the very first car built completely with additive manufacturing technology, designed to be aerodynamic and as green as possible.
Lockheed Martin and Stratasys Direct Manufacturing teamed up to create a fuel tank simulation for a new satellite design. Read the case study here.
To create the highly complex, integrated model, 3D printing and subtractive CNC machining was critical for full realization of all simulations.
Long-time runner, Jim deBeers, turned to additive manufacturing when designing his new hands-free water bottle for runners, the HydraKlick® Solo 8TM.
With the help of several makers, students, designers and engineers, the first iteration of the 21st Century Robot named Jimmy came to life.
Automotive parts supplier MAHLE gets up to speed on the full capabilities and associated benefits of 3D printing fixtures.
When Joe Gibbs needed automotive racing parts tough enough to withstand competition & attractive enough to do their team’s sponsors proud, they came to us.
Hearts can be 3D printed and delivered to physicians in hours, enabling physicians to study models before performing open-heart surgery on a patient.
Each luxury vehicle has very unique engineering and design, from the engine to the interior. This poses a challenge for creating new, customized features.
Kablooe needed a cost-effective way to build, test, redesign and repeat. For this kind of breakthrough prototyping, FDM was just what the doctor ordered.
Thomas Jefferson was a large figure in American history. He also proved to be a large figure in the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D Production System.
Created by Area-I in Georgia, PTERA is the unmanned Prototype-Technology Evaluation and Research Aircraft yielding inexpensive flight research for commercial aircraft and NASA, and it’s using 3D printing in a few instrumental ways.
3D printing is playing an integral part in rebuilding one of America’s greatest cities and injecting life into the new Detroit Red Wings arena.
A major part of the project is the assessment of aerodynamics, propulsion, operations and structure to ensure the full spectrum of concept improvements.
BMW required a cost-efficient, low-volume manufacturing plan for the Deep Orange 4, which targeted a niche market of performance-oriented SUV customers.
ASA needs robots to do the jobs in space that humans can’t. That’s why our customer Wyle Laboratories designed and 3D printed Robonaut 2.
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing built a 3D printed motorcycle with Mission Motors, bridging high-performance motorsports and green technology.
Advanced Ceramics Research designed a 3D printed UAV to provide low cost aerial surveillance imaging. Read how we helped in this case study.
To bring the an antique auto back to life, our customer needed an affordable way to build custom dies. PolyJet 3D printing technology was the solution.
To create a drinking cup in microgravity, IRPI looked to 3D printing to solve what appeared to be an insurmountable challenge.
Thermal imaging company, FLIR, uses Stereolithography to test design and function, determine strengths and weaknesses, calculate market interest and lengthen the life of their products.
Artist Mark Reigelman utilized Stratasys Direct to urethane cast 900 detailed plane models for an impressive art installment at San Diego Airport.
When tooling deliveries were delayed, Star Trac turned to Stratasys Direct Manufacturing for production level quantities of urethane components.
3D printed medical robots are helping to deliver a connected healthcare network across the nation for better patient care. Read our case study.