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As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Stratasys Software Links 3D Printing and Enterprise Software
Stratasys is developing two SDKs through its subsidiary GrabCAD to integrate its 3D printers with enterprise software applications.
Stratasys Appoints Yoav Zeif CEO
Yoav Zeif has worked in several international executive positions before joining the additive manufacturing company.
Additive Manufacturing with Sheet Lamination
No longer limited to paper, sheet lamination bonds sheets of material together to form an object. Companies are exploring the possibilities of this process.
Material Jetting: It's Like Printing, Just in 3D
Recent advances in material processing capabilities have renewed interest in material jetting, the additive process that allows 3D objects to be built by placing different combinations of material drop-by-drop.
Additive Manufacturing Via Material Extrusion
Material extrusion was the second additive manufacturing process to be successfully commercialized. After three decades of material advancements and a diverse array of start-ups and applications, the use cases for this technology are still going strong.
3D Printing Prototypes: Iterate and Validate
3D printing is a common tool in product development, but for this fan manufacturer, it occupies two distinct steps in the process.
Running Unattended at Night Lets Machine Shop Serve New Customers During Day
Precision Tool Technologies found capacity for diversification not by adding machines, people or space, but by freeing up time. Running unattended—running so it can machine through all 168 hours in the week—has enabled this shop to use hours when staff is present to deliver work that lands outside its established specialty. To achieve unattended machining, some of the biggest challenges have related to basic details such as chips and coolant.
A Look at Additive Manufacturing in Minnesota
Increasing interest in 3D printing among machine shops was particularly conspicuous during a recent visit to multiple shops in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Top Shops Winners Talk Technology, Tactics
Successful machining businesses implement effective processes and strategies both on the shop floor and in the front office. Recent chats with representatives from this year’s award-winning Top Shops shed light on some approaches they have leveraged to their advantage.
Manufacturing News of Note: May 2018
Mahr to offer confocal microscopes, CGTech joins an R&D outfit and other industry news.
Stratasys Launches AM Certification Program
Stratasys has started the Additive Manufacturing Certification Program in North America, designed to bridge the AM skills gap.
Stratasys Spins Off STEP Technology into Independent Company
Evolve Additive Solutions will develop the technology, which aims to deliver high-volume additive manufacturing at speeds comparable to traditional processes.
Stratasys, Eckhart Enter Three-Year Collaboration Agreement
Stratasys and Eckhart Inc. announced a three-year collaboration agreement to advance the adoption of 3D printing for factory tooling in North America.
Stratasys, SIAEC Form Additive Manufacturing Joint Venture
The Singapore-based joint venture will offer design, engineering, certification support and part production to customers in the global aviation industry.
Cimquest Expands Its Mastercam Territory
The company also no longer represents Stratasys products.
Amerimold: Moldmaking's Biggest Show Captures Current Metalworking Technology
Many of the emerging developments and key trends in metalworking technology were represented at this show, making it a revealing cross-section of current advances.
Stratasys Offers Additive Manufacturing Consulting
The Expert Services Group is intended to provide a range of services for manufacturers wanting to evaluate and implement additive manufacturing into their work.
Siemens, Stratasys Form Partnership to Incorporate AM into Traditional Production
The companies argue that additive manufacturing ought to occupy an increasingly familiar role in volume production environments.
Manufacturing News of Note: November 2016
A Brazilian student wins an advanced materials contest, Local Motors launches an SaaS division, Airbus certifies an additive material from Stratasys and other industry news.
Airbus Standardizes Stratasys 3D Printing Material for Use in Making Airplane Parts
Stratasys’ Ultem 9085 resin provides a high strength-to-weight ratio as well as the flame, smoke and toxicity compliance necessary for flight parts.
Gosiger Adds 3D Printing Equipment, Services via Stratasys
The technology provider and integrator is helping to bring 3D printing to the shop floor via a new product line and partnership.