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3 Ways a Small Mold Builder Uses 3D Printing
Mold builder uses 3D printing for simultaneous mold manufacturing, conformal cooling and hybrid designs.

Additively manufactured medical parts and implants

Highly-Automated Tool Shop Achieves Efficient, Precise Medical Device Manufacturing
When a basketball player needs a knee replacement, standard implants simply won’t do. With a total of 18 different additive manufacturing systems, the Aesculap division of medical company B. Braun is the place to go to have custom implants printed to size. However, the highly-automated tool and mold shop has much more to offer when it comes to producing injection molds, complex progressive dies as well as prototypes and fixtures for series production.

3DEO Sponsors Women in 3D Printing Event
3DEO honors the contributions of women in the 3D printing industry in celebration of Women’s Month.

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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.

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.

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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.

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.

pattern based tooling

"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

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

polyjet

Additive Mfg: Transitioning from SLA to 3-D Printing Leads to New Projects
Perhaps the time has come to investigate the opportunities 3-D inkjet-based printer technology can bring to your shop.

Objet’s 3D Printed Folding Stool as Tough as ABS-Grade Engineering Plastics
Full-size folding stool made of new Objet ABS-like Digital Material is printed in a single print job on the Objet Connex multi-material 3-D printer.

Objet Launches Two New Desktop 3-D Printers Starting at $19,900*
Objet Geometries Ltd., the innovation leader in 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, revealed at EuroMold the new family of desktop 3D printers (Objet24 and Objet30), starting at $19,900*. The company also held a unique technology demonstration of new advanced materials** featuring clear transparency, high-temperature resistance and ABS-like quality simulating engineering plastics.The Objet24 and Objet30 are part of Objet’s latest family of affordable, easy to use 3D printers, making high-quality 3D printing convenient for the office of every designer and product engineer.Beginning at only $19,900*, the Objet24 is especially suited to the office environment, providing low-cost 3D printing without compromise on model detail or functional versatility.

Product Categories of Stratasys

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