The most valuable praise comes from experts, so we’re thrilled to see how much attention the Stratasys display drew at last month’s Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference with their 3d printed models.
A full-sized bike frame like this one made number three on the IMTS list of 10 coolest parts at AMUG.
When Jake Ervin of IMTS scoured the event for the 10 coolest parts to highlight in this video, nine of them were built with either Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) or PolyJet — both Stratasys technologies.
We get why Ervin is nuts about these 3D printed models. They represent a crazy variety of 3D printed part properties: a rubberlike human aorta, a full-sized 3D printed bike frame prototype that TREK designers really ride, and a metal steering wheel manufactured from a 3D printed mold, to name a few.
Check out the video for the best parts AMUG had to offer.