Here at CADimensions we are always striving to provide our customers the best solutions for their design and manufacturing needs. That is why we are very excited to announce the new addition to our 3D Printer product line with our new partnership with the highly anticipated Desktop Metal 3D Printer!
Stratasys is at it again! With the release of the groundbreaking J750, Stratasys has reinvented 3D printing by adding new innovation to the industry that has not been seen before. The latest PolyJet system unleashes the ability to combine SIX MATERIALS at once. This allows for the ability to get the most realistic parts in a single building process.
As April approaches, our 3D printing team will be getting ready to attend the Additive Manufacturing User Group conference, also known as AMUG, in St. Louis. This will be the 3rd year in a row our group will be attending this fantastic event. The conference continues to grow year over year, adding more and more attendees and great sponsors, as well as presenters. If you are looking to get an in-depth look at the full spectrum of the 3D Printing industry and interact with users from all over the globe, there is no better place than at AMUG.
A few months ago we talked about the partnership between Stratasys and Adobe to help create the next generation of multi-color 3D Printing.
We are now able to see the fruits of this new partnership with the recent announcement of Stratasys Creative Color Software, powered by Adobe. This latest release allows customers with Connex3 systems to be able to print in hundreds of more colors within each color pallet and enables gradient color printing like the images shown below.
FDM Technology allows you to 3D print parts in a broad range of well tested plastics. Available for the Fortus 400mc, 450mc and 900mc 3D Production Systems, ULTEM 1010 and ULTEM 9085 resins are widely popular materials among Stratasys users. Let’s do a side-by-side comparison of the two materials to see which one we should use for particular applications.