Posts Tagged ‘Stratasys’

“How 3D Printing Benefits Surgical Device Design” Global Spec Webinar

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

The medical industry has always thrived on innovation. With 3D printing, for example, new medical device designs, training aids, and other ideas to improve patient care are possible.

Understand how 3D Printing is impacting the medical field by attending the Global Spec webinar, “How 3D Printing Benefits Surgical Device Design.”

Date: September 27th, 2013
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Attendees will learn how Florida Hospital’s Institute for Surgical Advancement is using Connex 3D printing technology from Stratasys to develop better and more efficient surgical devices. Connex multi-material 3D printing gives engineers and physicians the ability to simulate diverse mechanical and physical properties – from rubber to rigid, opaque to transparent – in standard to ABS-grade. More than 100 different materials and a large build envelope allow virtually endless possibilities for true product realism.

Key Take-Aways:

• Understand how 3D Printing is impacting the medical field
• Learn how multiple-durometer material capabilities, combined with large build envelopes, help engineers optimize concept designs and speed product verification
• Discover how to properly diagnose your surgical device prototyping needs

To learn more about this webinar, click here.

To register for this webinar, click here.

Carrie Patrick

Marketing Manager 3DVision Technologies

3D Printing Webinar – Printed Prototypes Feature Overmolded Parts

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Any engineer working with CAD/CAM software knows the value of having a physical model in hand. Now, thanks to advanced 3D printing technology, engineers can create prototype models featuring overmodeled or soft touch parts, all in one procedure.

Additive manufacturing technology has advanced so far that 3D printed prototypes are not only used for design validation but also for testing form, fit and function. Now, thanks to advanced 3D printing technology, engineers can create prototype models featuring overmodeled or soft touch parts, all in one procedure.

Traditionally, an overmold or soft touch part – as commonly found on power tools, consumer electronics and medical devices – takes days to create and produce. With PolyJet Connex technology, these parts can be made simultaneously, saving time and money.

With PolyJet Connex technology, resolution is high and multiple flexibilities or durometers are possible.

You are personally invited to join Stratasys and PolyJet expert, Randy Stevens, for a presentation devoted to multi-material 3D printing solutions for enhanced prototype development.

Who Should Attend:
– Engineering Managers and Directors
– Design Engineers
– Product Designers
– Manufacturing Engineers
– Plant Managers and Directors

When: May 23, 2013 @ 2PM EDT

To register, Click here.

Carrie Patrick

Marketing Manager 3DVision Technologies

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