3D Printing News Posts Tagged as Stratasys

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Stratasys secures U.S. Navy contract

Stratasys secures U.S. Navy contract

Published 09/13/2021

Stratasys recently announced a secured contract of their largest government project to-date. The U.S. Navy has created a $20 million agreement for the procurement of 25 Stratasys F900 3D Printers. These machines are one of the largest and most impressive FDM 3D printers on the market today. With one of the largest build platforms (at...

Stratasys J35 Pro - A Lot of Technology for A Whole Lot Less

Stratasys J35 Pro - A Lot of Technology for A Whole Lot Less

Published 07/07/2021

Stratasys has recently come out with several new machines to help improve and diversify their footprint in the realm of additive manufacturing. One of the most notable printers however, the J35 Pro certainly steps up to the challenge of owning innovative technology for a fraction of the expected cost. PolyJet printing technology has become a cornerstone...

D2P Uncasville 2021 Recap

D2P Uncasville 2021 Recap

Published 07/06/2021

For what seemed like forever, live events were brought to a screeching halt by the coronavirus. However, the newly released vaccines have helped public events slowly start to return to normal. The Design-2-Part team kicked off their first New England trade show following the pandemic on June 23rd and 24th at the Mohegan Sun Exposition...

What Makes the Difference Between 3D Printers?

What Makes the Difference Between 3D Printers?

Published 05/19/2021

There is so much inventory available when you are looking to purchase a 3D printer. So, what makes the difference between all of these machines? Here are a few crucial points you need to clarify before you dive into the world of additive manufacturing.

Product Release Teaser Videos

Product Release Teaser Videos

Published 04/26/2021

On April 28, Stratasys will unveil the most complete set of best-in-class additive manufacturing solutions the industry has ever seen. From tooling and jigs and fixtures to mass production of end use parts, we are redefining speed, productivity, and agility in manufacturing. Register for the event here.

Stratasys Acquires RPS

Stratasys Acquires RPS

Published 03/30/2021

Only a few months prior, Stratasys had just announced they would be acquiring Origin; and now there's another deal in the works. Only recently released to the press, Stratasys has announced they will be acquiring yet another...

The Mini-Me Project

The Mini-Me Project

Published 03/25/2021

R&D Technologies recently worked with Jenny Egiolas and her son Thomas to bring one of their designs to life using our in-house manufacturing facility. After designing a "mini-me" prototype on Solidworks, Jenny and her son sought out local companies to help 3D print the model. The two had nothing but good things to say about...

The Stratasys J850

The Stratasys J850

Published 03/16/2021

Ever heard of PolyJet Technology? Explore the capabilities of the most advanced 3D printers available today. Stratasys has recently introduced the J850 Pro and Prime machines to top off their line of incredible J Series printers. Print your next prototype in...

A Brief History of 3D Printing

A Brief History of 3D Printing

Published 02/17/2021

3D Printing is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing industries in the world. In 2020 the industry’s estimated worth was $13.63 billion (up $2 billion from the previous year). In 2018 1.42 million individual 3D printers were sold throughout all different companies within the industry. According to Grand View Research, they estimate the industry will...

Are Trade Shows Dead?

Are Trade Shows Dead?

Published 02/08/2021

The manufacturing industry has always relied heavily on trade shows for continuous growth. The ability to share ideas, display new products, and cultivate new business relationships is invaluable for any industry; for the purposes of this article however, we will be looking specifically at manufacturing. The past year has proved difficult for everyone in some aspect...