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Stratasys is advancing additive manufacturing into mainstream with new solutions for factory floor. more

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UPSA, based in Agen, south-west France and part of Bristol Myers-Squibb, used a Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer to attract new engineers to its workshops. more

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Navarrese mechanical engineering students have reduced the weight of their Tecnun racecar with sacrificial cores from additive manufacturing experts Stratasys. more

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At JEC World 2018, additive manufacturing technology champion Stratasys will demonstrate the capabilities of additive manufacturing for composite production – from composite tooling applications to final part production. more

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Stratasys has been cultivating its relationship with the aerospace industry for many years. Eric Bredin, Vice-President Marketing EMEA for Stratasys, sat down with EPPM to unpick the complex process of getting a 3D-printed part airborne. more

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The Chocolate Factory, a Rotterdam-based confectioner, has introduced 3D Printing to its packaging lines. more

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A formnext showing from SABIC has exhibited a new filament for additive manufacturing. more

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3D Printer maker Stratasys has provided machines for Airbus making internal structural parts on the A350 XWB aircraft. more

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All-electric aviation company has sped up development of ‘commuter’ planes with Stratasys 3D Printing. more

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Stratasys is at the forefront of exploring the use of additive manufacturing technology in medical. EPPM speaks to Business Manager for Healthcare René Martin about how 3D printing is bringing a real value proposition to medical practitioners. more

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Boom Supersonic, a speciality aerospace company in Colorado, will use 3D printing to bring cost efficiency to supersonic passenger flights. more

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Most-read European plastics headlines: May 2017

Our roundup of the most-read stories on the EPPM website in May has been distinctly materials-focused this time around, with some amazing examples of how plastics technology is bringing higher mechanical properties to manufacturing. more

30 May 2017 09:41 editor's blog

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Stratasys’ multi-cell printing array holds the potential for continuous, infinite production. more

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Using a Stratasys Fortus 900mc printer, Siemens are customising parts for trams in the German town of Ulm. more

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3D printing demonstrations from Stratasys will feature at the Med Tech Innovation Expo, 26-27 April in Coventry, UK. more

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Stratasys FDM and PolyJet 3D Printing Solutions are being used to produce final 3D printed race-ready parts for the new McLaren MCL32 racecar. more

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Car builder Ford is testing 3D printing of large scale plastic car parts with the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D Printer. more

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A dad reduced production time for his amputee son’s prosthetic limb by 90 per cent, using an Xbox scanner, his laptop and a Stratasys Connex 3D Printer. more

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The Stratsys F123 Series can be used for fast prototyping by 3DP beginners, widening the market for prototyping. more

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McLaren Racing has announced a new four-year deal with US additives firm Stratasys for its custom parts and prototypes, ahead of F1 season start in Australia. more

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