What’s the most expensive 3D printer? Usually, that’s the biggest one. Here are the biggest large scale 3D printers in the world right now.
McLaren Applied Technologies used 3D printing to develop Project Invincible, a shield to protect vital organs from impact after surgery.
At NYU School of Medicine, a collaborative team are working on 3D printing multi-colored models of prostate cancer for pre-surgical planning.
The Stratasys F123 3D printers provide an improved user experience and industrial-grade performance. They aim for design or engineering office environments, labs, and classrooms.
The controversial 3D printing startup Just3DPrint loses its defamation lawsuit against 3DR Holdings in the last of their three court battles.
Stratasys launched the FDM Nylon 12CF – a carbon fiber-filled nylon printing material which can create end-use parts and speed up production.
The legacy of a pair of German glassblowers is being preserved with the help of 3D scanning and printing technology.
Over 1,500 years ago, the legendary Statue of Zeus is destroyed in a great fire. In 2016, it’s revived with 3D modeling and 3D printing.
Automobile maker Daihatsu partners with Stratasys to offer customized, 3D printed Effect Skins for their new Copen convertible.
The fablab concept goes mobile with FabBus, a renovated Berlin city bus with twelve 3D printers and eight CAD workstations on board.
Acclaimed TV Advert for UK property search specialist Zoopla features realistic, custom homes for Hermit Crabs made on Stratasys 3D printers.
Singapore University professors use 3D printing to develop a stunning interactive structure for the iLight Marina Bay Festival, Singapore.
One teacher makes math lessons more interesting for pupils by incorporating 3D printing and offering a tangible use for their learning.
New Materials, New Possibilities
Stratasys Expands Rapid Prototyping Capabilities With Two New Materials
Stratasys has launched two new materials, their flexible PolyJet material Agilus30 and carbon-filled FDM Nylon 12CF.
Former talk show host Jay Leno is a major 3D printing fanboy, exploring metal laser sintering for a recent episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage”.
Olympia Entertainment worked with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to illustrate new District Detroit area with large-scale 3D printed models.