XJet has expertise in ground-breaking metal and ceramic additive manufacturing technologies and solutions. Founded in 2005, XJet has developed and introduced the revolutionary NanoParticle Jetting™ technology. Armed with a
Angel Trains, a British rolling stock operator company (ROSCO), has partnered with Stratasys and ESG Rail, a Derby-based engineering consultant, to 3D print replacement parts for trains.
The Automotive Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) has announced the winners of its 48th-annual Automotive Innovation Awards Competition. It is the oldest and biggest recognition event in
Tired of fixing the hinge on a pair of spectacles with a screw? Fret no more.
A hinge design consists of two leaves bound by a central pin. As the
Ford Motor Co. celebrated the launch of their new Advanced Manufacturing Center on 4 December in America as they look to implement futuristic technologies to boost manufacturing innovation, efficiency, quality,
Quadpack’s Department of Design and Advanced Technologies has invested over €200k in the latest 3D printing technology at its UK research and design facility. The Stratasys J750 will accelerate the
The production of metal parts in low volume and high resolution continues to represent significant challenges to manufacturers despite advances in 3D printing technologies. However, the Studio System+ from Desktop
A patent infringement lawsuit is now underway between Italian SLA 3D printing company DWS S.r.l. and Formlabs Inc. This comes as no surprise as the two 3D printing companies
Belgium-based additive manufacturing company, Materialise, has announced that they have validated Stratasys 3D printers and materials for the manufacturing of patient-specific anatomical models when used in tandem with FDA-approved
The National Technological University of Singapore (NTU) is pioneering the use of 3D printed anatomical specimens for medical students in learning through the use of a Stratasys Object500 Connex3 3D