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Expert insights on additive manufacturing and 3D printing

3D printing is helping experts across industries push the limits of innovation. As pioneers in fields like aerospace, automotive, education, medical devices and manufacturing find new, repeatable ways to solve problems using 3D printing, we share the details and documentation here.

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Exploring the Possibilities for Tooling and 3D Printing Composites The advanced manufacturing capabilities of 3D printing opens the door for new applications to support composite fabrication. During this webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of composite leaders who will discuss how additive is making an impact in the area of composites and why FDM specifically is filling an important role in their work.

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Desktop Metal: A Revolutionary Approach This webinar discusses the rise of metal 3D printing and how the Desktop Metal Studio and Production Systems can benefit your company. These machines cover the full product life cycle: prototyping to mass production. Both machines are built with their own unique uses and qualifications with goals of making metal 3D printing more accessible.

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Shaping What’s Next in Medicine This webinar will explore how 3D printing can be used as an innovation platform to accelerate and improve performance at every step in development of medical devices, and how hospitals use 3D printing for physician training, improving patient outcomes and creating cost savings opportunities.

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Impossible Geometries with 3D Printing Because FDM technology builds geometries from the bottom up, it’s not subject to the same design constraints as hand fabricating or CNC machining. This makes it practical to produce jigs and fixtures that were previously not feasible from a cost or design perspective using traditional manufacturing methods.

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Traditional Manufacturing vs Direct Digital Manufacturing In this Webinar we will discuss the difference between traditional manufacturing processes versus direct digital manufacturing (DDM). In some cases, it’s possible to reduce low-volume production costs by 75% or more, by replacing traditional tooling with DDM. We will also cover how to use DDM for manufacturing tools such as jigs and fixtures. But DDM isn’t for every application – so please join us to see if this alternative process is right for your company.

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Rapid Prototyping 101 – Design Iteratively Learn how your business could benefit from rapid prototyping concept models or functional prototypes and learn how the new generation of Stratasys 3D Printers is a game changer in addressing the challenges faced in the Rapid Prototyping space.

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The Benefits of 3D Printing for Your Business 3D printing is at the front lines when it comes to the future of business technology. In this dynamic webinar, two industry experts will engage in a lively discussion of what 3D printing can do for your business.

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FDM & PolyJet: Similarities and Distinctions FDM and PolyJet are distinctly different, yet they have much in common. To help you understand which 3D printing technology best meets your needs, Fred Fischer, director and former applications engineer for Stratasys, will share his insights on FDM and PolyJet.

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How to Justify the Cost of a Rapid Prototyping System Learn the strategies to make a solid business case for a prototyping machine.

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3D Printed Injection Moulds: Can your business benefit? Learn how companies are economically testing functional prototypes with 3D Printed Injection Moulds

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Driving Innovation and Adoption: 3D Printing in the Medical Device Industry Learn how 3D printing can reduce cost, improve care or increase speed at every step in the medical device value chain.

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3D Printing Curriculum for Project-Based Learning The Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston was one of the first educational institutions to adopt the Stratasys 3D Printing Curriculum. Offered free to educators around the world, the semester-long college course helps prepare students for the careers of today and tomorrow.

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