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Stratasys Employee Perspectives: Materials Engineer Emily Hunt

Emily Hunt is an Associate Additive Manufacturing Research Engineer who works to bring new 3D printing materials from ideation to creation.

Advancing Education with an Innovation Space Built with Additive in Mind

California State University Long Beach has just opened a new Innovation Space (I-Space) Facility with the help of our partners in southern California, Purple Platypus. The  Gerald M. Kline I-Space is a state of the art design and engineering lab located in the University’s newly designed library and features an interdisciplinary design facility.

Kicking Off the Extreme Redesign Challenge 2019

Did you ever think, “I could make that better?” The annual Extreme Redesign Challenge is the perfect time to showcase your design for additive manufacturing skills and win awesome prizes. 

Revolutionizing the World of Orthotics One Child at a Time

Andiamo’s 3D Printed Orthotics

Faster production, enhanced comfort, lower costs and vastly improved patient experience and outcomes, are just some of the benefits 3D printing technology brings to orthotics. Andiamo is an organization pioneering this revolutionary approach to ensure that no child anywhere in the world must wait more than a week for a customized orthotic. Founders Naveed and Samiya Parvez understand only too well the impact that orthotics can have on quality of life.

Interested in 3D Printing? Take a Tour of Stratasys’ Headquarters

Are you registered for the Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference, October 18-20, 2018?  Sign up for our technical tour of our Eden Prairie Headquarters.

Interested in 3D Printing? Take a Tour of Stratasys’ Headquarters

Are you registered for the Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference, October 18-20, 2018?  Sign up for our technical tour of our Eden Prairie Headquarters.

3D Printing Helps Shape the Development of the Blackstone Valley Education HUB

There are not enough skilled workers to meet the demands of Massachusetts’ Blackstone Valley region’s business community.

Carbon Fiber’s Strength on Display at IMTS 2018

You already know carbon fiber is perhaps a wonder material, it can be up to five times stronger than steel, and one third its weight, proving to be ideal for any application that may require lightweight durability.  Carbon fiber features a design profile that provides a unique look to anything produced with it, making it perfect for robotics, military, automotive and sports equipment applications.

Carbon Fiber’s Strength on Display at IMTS 2018

You already know carbon fiber is perhaps a wonder material, it can be up to five times stronger than steel, and one third its weight, proving to be ideal for any application that may require lightweight durability.  Carbon fiber features a design profile that provides a unique look to anything produced with it, making it perfect for robotics, military, automotive and sports equipment applications.

How Public Perceptions Are Driving The Current Manufacturing Skills Gap

You’ve probably read the most recent headlines proclaiming that the economy is changing and employers in certain industries are growing more and more concerned about a shortage of qualified candidates able to fill open positions due to a ‘skills gap’ or general labor shortage.

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