Stratasys F123 3D Printers Now Include Elastomers. Mark Bashor talks about what they are and which applications are best for this material.
Stratasys launches the F-Series printers. No matter what your previous 3D printing experience, you can quickly master any of the three F123 models.
Focus Product Design leverages technology solutions from GoEngineer to take its customers from Design-to-Market™. The company’s business model is laser-focused on making its customers successful. Read on to find out how.
End-use parts are now being produced with 3D printing technologies that are often lighter and stronger than their counterparts produced with traditional manufacturing processes. Because you can create designs with greatly reduced mass using additive manufacturing, SOLIDWORKS Simulation and Stratasys 3D printers become a natural match, enabling you to create designs that will keep you ahead of the competition.
Just because it looks good on your computer screen, doesn’t necessarily mean it will look good on the printing platform. Try these 3D Printing Tips & Tricks to help achieve the best print.
From a 2D image into a 3D solid model, our mascot JoeEngineer is sent to the 3D printers!
UPS is a large worldwide shipping company that has started using 3D printing to their advantage. Currently, UPS offers 3D printing in nearly 100 of their retail locations around the country, with more on the way.
3rd grade Girl Scout troop got the chance to be engineers for a day with GoEngineer. They used SOLIDWORKS to design a custom Girl Scout cookie then 3D printed it!
Jason Hewitt and his team (Brian Luc, Darius Shu, Jeffrey Moore, and Guillermo Montiel) stood in the Engineering Meadow of Cal Poly Pomona surrounded by their Advanced Machine Design classmates.
The idea of iterative design – the cyclic process of prototyping, testing, analyzing, and refining a product – existed long before additive manufacturing, but was never so efficient or approachable as it is with 3D printing technology.
3D Printing is a fantastic technology making its way into every industry possible. From the hobbyist garage to manufacturing plants around the world, this technology is flooding the news, boggling minds and quite possibly may find you confused. While I can’t explain it all in one blog post, I’ve decided to break down one series of Stratasys printers – the Objet Connex Series.
A team made up of GoEngineer CEO Brad Hansen, Tandem Studios President Nathan Smith, Mechanical Engineer at Profire Energy Kevin Lynk, and I brainstormed answers to these questions and more. By the end of our session we knew our protagonist was a determined robot who had a fembot love interest, played with dangerously cool toys, and possessed zero understanding of basic physics.
Over the past few years, 3D printing has become more popular and technologically advanced than ever before. The increase in sales speaks for itself (CEA). Although the majority of sales may be for industry purposes, there are many educational institutions that
GoEngineer is excited to announce that we will soon offer a new line of Objet printers in addition to our existing Stratasys portfolio.