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SLIDESHOW: Technology Tuesday, From 3D Printing to Mold Cleaning
MMT offers technical content in a variety of formats, including webinars. Here is a quick overview of some archived webinars that cover mold engineering, building and maintenance.

Simulate to Validate Molding, and 3D Printed Molds
This throwback focuses on one mold builder's strategy for bridging the gap between concept and production using simulation, but then fast-forwards to a new white paper on using simulation to validate 3D printed injection molds.

Booth Will Demonstrate 3D Printing of Mold Tools
Stratasys’ booth will feature an Objet260 Connex3 3D printer building injection molding tools in digital ABS material that will then be installed and run on a Boy injection molding machine.

3D Printing with Quick Change Mold System Creates Price/Performance Benchmark for Low-Volume Injection Molding
Stratasys Ltd. and HASCO developed a rapid, cost-efficient method to producing low volumes of injection molded prototypes by integrating 3D printing with a quick-change mold system.

Incorporating 3D Printing
Technologies that give moldmakers the ability to test out a couple different designs before investing in the final tool.

Multi-Material 3D Printers Feature Triple-Jetting Technology
Stratasys offers six multi-material 3D printers with compact and mid-size build envelopes that all feature the company’s PolyJet triple-jetting technology.

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Slideshow: NPE2015
Check out some of the technology that was featured at this year's event.

3D Printing System Part of Expanded Pavilion at NPE2015
SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association expanded the NPE3D pavilion at NPE2015, the special section of the show floor dedicated to technology for 3D printing, and one of the highlights was a demonstration by Stratasys of its Objet500 Connex1 multi-material printer.

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Intro to 3D Printing
With many moldmakers still unsure of the applications and value of 3D printing, I thought this news of a beginner 3D printing course that explores the technology's history, established applications, forward-looking trends and potential social and economic impacts would be interesting.

NPE 2015

SPI Expands NPE3D Pavilion as 18 Companies Sign on to Display 3D Printing Technologies
With eighteen companies already planning to exhibit in the NPE3D™ pavilion at NPE2015, show management has expanded this special section of the show floor dedicated to technology for 3D printing, it was announced today by SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association, which produces the triennial NPE.

3D Printer Shortens Injection Mold Lead Times
The Objet350 Connex multi-material 3D printer from Stratasys can be used to produce injection molds for prototype parts, and one manufacturer said doing so has enabled it to slash its overall tooling production lead times by as much as 97 percent.

Video: Cutting Lead Times with 3D Printed Molds
A look at 3D printed plastic injection molds that produce prototype parts in final materials for functional testing.

Stratasys Receives a Bronze Best of Show Award at Solidworks World 2014
TenLinks honors the Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer in hardware category

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Stratasys Appoints New President
Company gears up for expansion as 3D printing adoption continues to expand.

Large-Format 3D Printer Creates Industrial-Scale Prototypes
The Objet1000 is Objet Ltd.’s largest 3D printer to date, featuring a 1,000 × 800 × 500-mm wide-format build envelope.

"Adding" to Your Tooling Options
Understand the benefits and applications of processes for making tooling through additive manufacturing.

In'Tech Industries Inc. Expands 3D Printing Expertise with Acquisition of Vista Technologies LLC (VistaTek) Additive Manufacturing Division
Acquisition adds Objet PolyJet® Printing and Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM®) Capabilities to In'Tech's Rapid Prototyping (RP) and Additive Manufacturing (AM) Center

Multi-Material 3D Printing; Booth 516
While traditional 3D printing has been limited to single-material capabilities, the Objet260 Connex from Objet Ltd. can simultaneously print two materials, enabling designers and engineers to combine rigid and flexible materials to simulate the form, fit, feel and function of real-life products.

Stratasys and Objet Combine to Create a Leader in 3D Printing
Combined Company Would Be Valued at Approximately $1.4 Billion

Product Categories of Stratasys

CAD (Computer Aided Design)
Material for Additive Manufacturing—polymer