Today, we are excited to announce that Stratasys is introducing a new web-based work order management solution for 3D printing shops: GrabCAD Shop.
GrabCAD Shop simplifies the 3D Printing Shop workflow for engineers, designers, and shop operators. In fact, it is the only work order management solution designed for 3D printing shops.
We are so excited to announce that we'll be at Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany!
Formnext is THE leading exhibition dedicated to all things 3D printing. The who's who of additive manufacturing will be there, including Siemens, MakerBot and more!
Visit us all week:
Date: November 19 - 22, 2019
Location: Messe Frankfurt, Germany
Booth Number: Hall 12.1 Stand D61
The latest update in GrabCAD Print is live! This month's update offers even more exciting changes for Advanced FDM and Advanced PolyJet users, including improved notifications, new UV settings and more!
Women have come a long way when it comes to securing their seat at the table. With fourth wave feminism continuing to galvanize women and girls worldwide, the possibilities for empowerment and independence are on the rise.
So, how are women making their mark on the tech industry specifically?
Medical 3D printing just got easier with the new J750™ Digital Anatomy™ 3D Printer from Stratasys! This printer has been designed to replicate the feel, responsiveness, and biomechanics of human anatomy in medical 3D models!
As 3D technology continues to grow and expand, we continue to see its remarkable benefits and how it solves a myriad of problems. One such issue is affordable housing.
In some nations, populations are greater than the capacity of housing. But what further complicates the socioeconomic equation is that economies don’t always support citizens from having suitable homes of their own. Homes in places like Asia and South America can be too expensive, given the dynamics of supply and demand.
We are so excited to announce that we have officially hit the 6 million members mark! We are the largest online community of professional designers, engineers, manufacturers and students.
Hardware startups know that keeping costs down is essential. It’s also essential to move as fast as possible from concept to prototype to market -- while also accommodating design change iterations such as beta user input, certification requirements and test findings.
In Switzerland, researchers and members of the Simon Fraser University research team have developed a very eco-friendly 3D printing solution that produces wireless Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that can be used and disposed of without contaminating the environment. Their strategy is to use a wood-derived cellulose material that replaces plastics and other polymeric materials that are currently used in electronics.
3D printing provides flexibility and adaptability to add or embed different functions into the 3D shapes or even textiles. This creates greater functionality and improves the overall utility of the finished part.