Stratasys and Materialise: 3D printed medical models come to life
Further bringing 3D printed medical models to life, Stratasys is expanding the suite of printers and materials validated by its collaborator Materialise as part of FDA-cleared Materialise Mimics inPrint software. The end result is the most versatile 3D printing system for point-of-care across hospitals and physicians - advancing production of patient-specific, life-like anatomical models for diagnostic purposes in conjunction with other tools and expert clinical judgement.
New era in 3D printed production metal parts
First unveiled earlier this year, the additive platform is based on Stratasys' innovative, first-of-its-kind "Layered Powder Metallurgy" technology, designed to make production of metal parts quicker, easier and more cost-effective than ever before.
Siemens Mobility to 3D print replacement parts
Ability to rapidly and cost-effectively 3D print replacement parts and production tools on-demand eliminates obsolete parts and warehousing costs
3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028
Following commercialisation in the 1990s, today 3D printing has established itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and beyond. Materials suppliers are poised to capitalise on this unmet demand, with the 3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028.
Stratasys spin outs come out of stealth mode
2018 has been the year of major new announcements at Stratasys. Not only have they announced that they are developing two new technologies, but they are doing so through the launch of two start-ups and are venturing into the lucrative metal 3D printing ecosystem in the process
3D printing the (near) impossible with soluble supports
Since its inception in the late 1980s, 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has been the subject of intense media attention due to the design and manufacture freedom afforded to the end user. Indeed, this freedom has become so intertwined with the concept of 3D printing that manufacturers will promote their products with the tagline that "complexity is free".
The development of high temperature thermoplastics for 3D Printing
Within the field of 3D printing, there is increasing emphasis on functionality as the industry shifts away from the stereotype of rapid prototyping, and materials are not exempt from such scrutiny.
New solutions for factory floor from Stratasys
Stratasys has unveiled a range of new solutions designed to accelerate the use of additive manufacturing on the factory floor.
The 3D printing market will be worth $22B in 2028
From its humble beginnings in the late 1980s, through to the global force that it is today, the capabilities of 3D printing technology have expanded dramatically, to establish itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and production.