Learn about the impact of additive manufacturing with the newest webinar series from Stratasys. Each webinar features Stratasys additive engineers and industry experts, sharing their knowledge and experience in a wide-variety of 3D printing technologies and applications.
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For many applications and industries, the benefits of additive manufacturing are well-defined. Design freedom, flexible manufacturing, hyper personalization to name a few. The temptation is with such well-defined benefits, all it takes to make additive work within a business is to buy a machine and materials. In fact, for additive to be transformational, the entire business must buy into additive; from the boardroom to the factory floor.
FDM has proven to be an excellent candidate for the fabrication of jigs, fixtures, and ancillary tools commonly used in manufacturing. Unlike traditional methods, the design and fabrication of FDM tools requires a different approach in order to achieve maximum value.
This presentation will walk through the process of adopting FDM tools onto the factory floor. Topics covered will include: materials, best practices for design, and examples of success in industry.
Learn about the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer from the experts on the Stratasys Healthcare Team. We’ll be reviewing 5 of our most commonly printed and requested anatomies: Myocardium, Gel Support/Vessel Wall, Long Bone, Annulus and Tumor.
Team Penske, one of the most successful teams in the history of professional sports, continues to evolve their production processes in order to minimize lead times and maximize performance on the racetrack. Additive manufacturing has led the charge in this evolution with new approaches to tooling applied within all production departments including composites, fabrication, machining, and assembly.
3D printing labs give students a space to learn, explore ideas, test designs, and solve for real-life problems using technologies that are quickly becoming the industry standard. In this on-demand webinar, learn about the things you should consider when researching and planning the creation of an academic lab or Makerspace at your school.
The perception of color is the result of a number of variables. Differences in the human eye, lighting and reflectiveness all determine how we see color. And when it comes to translating color from the digital world to the physical, what you see is not always what you get.
3D printing with PANTONE and VeroVivid materials bridges that gap. As the first 3D printers to be PANTONE Validated, Stratasys J8 series printers bring true color to physical objects.
Access the on-demand webinar to explore the science of color and learn how to translate digital color into accurate 3D printed color with PANTONE and GrabCAD Print.
Give your students a head start on their future. In this webinar, you’ll learn how F-Series 3D printers can prepare your students for today’s workforce using the same technology industry uses. Discover how F123 printers address the needs of educators through easy, cost-efficient and reliable technology that’s bundled with teaching resources and learning content.
Convincing management and C-Suite level decision makers of the value of 3D printing models, parts and prototypes can be challenging. Learn about the strategies you can use to make the case for 3D printing and gain tools for justifying the cost of investment.
Do you know how additive manufacturing (AM) redefines Lean within your work environment? With an interest in AM or as an AM-adopter, you may have already realized that traditional methods for optimizing workflows and KPIs function very differently within 3D printing.
Join industry expert, James White from CIM Data, to learn how major companies like Boeing and Apple navigate the second wave of Lean to improve quality, eliminate waste, reduce time, reduce total costs, and recalculate ROI.
There isn’t a single “best” solution. 3D printing is an alternative to CNC that opens the door to more options and new capabilities. Step inside a well-equipped shop and you will see CNC mills sitting side-by-side with 3D printers. Shouldn’t your school be a well-equipped shop? Shouldn’t your graduates have the insight to what makes these processes different, the combination creates a workflow where the best solution is always available?
Step into two different schools and learn what they have in their manufacturing centers, how they are teaching it and what the benefit is to their students.
Since the implementation of 3D printing in manufacturing, there has been an increasing need for an advanced tooling solution that can withstand the rigorous demands of the factory floor without damaging parts. Learn how Diran™ 410MF07 can help produce jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing aids that supply the strength, flexibility and low-surface friction that manufacturers need.