Stratasys Technologies

With Stratasys proven PolyJet & Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM™) Technologies, 3D printing is as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Prepare the file. Create your 3D prototype in 3D CAD software, then open Objet Studio™ or CatalystEX™ software, upload the STL file and click “print.” Objet Studio or CatalystEX software converts your STL output into 3D model print paths — including support structures.
  2. Print your prototype. Both our PolyJet and FDM technologies make it possible to build your 3D prototype and its support material — layer by layer — from the bottom up on a removable modeling base.
  3. Remove supports. Take your printed prototype model out of the printer’s build chamber, and remove the break-away support structures or dissolve with tap water-based solution.
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The Kids Are All Mobile

When the Renault Twizy* was introduced a few years back, one of the points that Renault stressed is that the urban electric vehicle is “safer than a two- or three-wheeler.” Which would be a bike or a trike.

The Kids Aren’t All Right

One of the features offered on the forthcoming 2016 Chevy Malibu is called “Teen Driver.” The system is being positioned as something that “provides parents with a tool to help encourage safe driving habits for their kids, even when they are not in the car with them.” Or put more plainly: It keeps an eye on the kid behind the wheel.

The Volt Recharged

“Gen 1 or better!” That, says Andrew Farah, vehicle chief engineer for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt, was the motto he and his team lived by as they developed the second-generation car.