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Let’s explore the Additive Manufacturing (AM) development of new technologies, and learn about different types of materials used in AM

The healthcare industry has always been a big adopter of 3D printing in sufficing a wide spectrum of needs ranging from anatomy modelling to custom prosthetics. We have seen 3D printing easing the burden of supply chain with on-demand production of personal protection equipment and medical devices in the heat

Join our Additive Manufacturing team to discover Faster, Easier solutions built to Empower tomorrow's innovators! In this webcast, we will explore how MakerBot plays a distinctive role in supporting Additive Manufacturing for professionals and educators.

How do you get full control over the steps, from design to your 3D printed part? Watch this webinar as we show you the tools for STL files that are optimised for additive manufacturing, while taking advantage of Stratasys colour and multi-material capabilities in Materialise Magics software

Are you looking for solutions for low volume, customised, batch production parts on demand? Watch this webinar and learn more about 3D printing for batch production.

Looking to up-skill yourself while working from home? Take this opportunity to learn Design Optimisation technology and ensure a seamless 3D design to product manufacturing process with Additive Manufacturing

Bringing together CAD and mesh during file preparation is like peanut butter and jelly — great on their own, but even better together.

The J55 Prime jets 5 modeling materials simultaneously for a WIDER RANGE OF APPLICATIONS enabling FULL COLOR combinations with over 600K available colors and Pantone Validated™ pallets in both matte and glossy finishes.

So, you’re looking for an industrial 3D printer at a desktop price. Sounds like wishful thinking, but that’s exactly what MakerBot’s newest professional 3D printer was engineered to be.

BROOKLYN, NY—August 1, 2019— MakerBot, a global leader in 3D printing, announces the launch of METHOD X, a manufacturing workstation engineered to challenge traditional manufacturing with real ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) material

The printed concept is less expensive and has a very solid touch from the FDM technology using 3D Espresso. It does not require any support material in the process and as the printing bed is limited, the trophy is printed in three different STL files, which includes the globe, the

Bringing together CAD and mesh during file preparation is like peanut butter and jelly — great on their own, but even better together.

The J55 Prime jets 5 modeling materials simultaneously for a WIDER RANGE OF APPLICATIONS enabling FULL COLOR combinations with over 600K available colors and Pantone Validated™ pallets in both matte and glossy finishes.

Let’s explore the Additive Manufacturing (AM) development of new technologies, and learn about different types of materials used in AM

The healthcare industry has always been a big adopter of 3D printing in sufficing a wide spectrum of needs ranging from anatomy modelling to custom prosthetics. We have seen 3D printing easing the burden of supply chain with on-demand production of personal protection equipment and medical devices in the heat

BROOKLYN, NY—August 1, 2019— MakerBot, a global leader in 3D printing, announces the launch of METHOD X, a manufacturing workstation engineered to challenge traditional manufacturing with real ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) material

Join our Additive Manufacturing team to discover Faster, Easier solutions built to Empower tomorrow's innovators! In this webcast, we will explore how MakerBot plays a distinctive role in supporting Additive Manufacturing for professionals and educators.

How do you get full control over the steps, from design to your 3D printed part? Watch this webinar as we show you the tools for STL files that are optimised for additive manufacturing, while taking advantage of Stratasys colour and multi-material capabilities in Materialise Magics software

Are you looking for solutions for low volume, customised, batch production parts on demand? Watch this webinar and learn more about 3D printing for batch production.