Category Archives: 3D Printing

Using SOLIDWORKS and 3D Printing to Create a Race Medallion Hanger

by David Cersley

David Cersley Race Medallions

The first step to being successful is identifying a solution to a problem, I learned that on Shark Tank. In this case, my problem was that I had a bunch of race medallions laying around that I wanted to display. I looked online and the costs were expensive, and I thought heck, I can design my own. So, I fired up SOLIDWORKS, made a model, collaborated with my colleague Jeff Lendermon on the final design of a medallion hanger. Here is how it all happened.

New Stratasys J55 3D Printer: Created for Your Workspace

by Richard Cromwell

The J55 was engineered from the ground up to offer design studios and educators the full reliability and quality of Stratasys’ PolyJet technology in an easy-to-use, small footprint, ultra-office friendly package – all at an affordable price.

Kinetic Art Project: Creating the Silicone Mold

by Brandon Harris

Kinetic Art Project: Creating the Mold

Thank you for returning to my Kinetic Art Project series. This blog focuses on creating the silicone mold for the fins. In case you missed the prior article, you can

Stratasys F123 Series Print Head Storage Solutions | 3D Printing Hacks

by Jeff Lendermon

If you order 3D printing supplies in bulk or for future use, you may find yourself storing them in a box on a shelf or in the drawer of the 3D printer. There has to be a better place, right? See what I came up with for print head storage in this 3D printing hack.

The Star Wars Saga – the last episode

by Enrique Garcia

The Star Wars Saga – Our story behind how Enrique Garcia used SOLIDWORKS to create his very own prop inspired by one in the movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Sip Puff Bite

by Nathen Blas

“The goal is not to sail the boat, but rather to help the boat sail herself.” —John Rousmaniere Technology Recreation Access Independence Lifestyle Sports (TRAILS) For my senior design capstone class, my team worked on the advanced navigation for the Portable Accessible Docking System (PADS), which is part of the Technology Recreation Access Independence Lifestyle Sports (TRAILS) program whose goal is the revolution of rehabilitation of tetraplegics.

Modeling and 3D Printing a GoEngineer Clock

by Jared Trotter

GoEngineer Clock

3D Printing Inspiration

Recently, we received our Stratasys F120 3D printer.  We’ve been eager to get off some cool prints that showcase its 3D Printing capabilities. One of the ideas that I’ve had is to print the components for a

3D Printers: A Tool That’s Tough to Live Without

by Tate Brown

In my first month working with GoEngineer I have been surprised that so many of our prospective customers already love 3D printing and have great interest in 3D Printers. They’ve seen 3D printed metal parts, concrete houses, working hearts, and

Getting a grip with 3D Printing

by Nathen Blas

Grip

I acquired the Roboteurs RBX1 (Remix) robot arm from my colleague Preston Ruff who built and assembled the robot arm from a kit. Let’s talk about this.

STRATASYS – FDM Holes Without Support

by Mark Bashor

In this blog, we will highlight the capability of Stratasys FDM systems to build horizontal hole features without support and illustrate the benefits of using this approach.