https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/hzhvb78zn5?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Siemens Mobility has developed an on-demand production model, allowing them to 3D print end-use parts for trains, vehicles, and other infrastructure. These parts comply with flame, smoke, and toxicity provisions, serving as lightweight alternatives to conventional parts.
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/zs80362e45?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Developed for large part production, the Infinite-Build is designed to address the uncompromising requirements of aerospace, automotive and other industries. Based on proven FDM technology, the demonstrator can generate large, lightweight, thermoplastic parts with repeatable mechanical properties.
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/1m0wfy7mh0?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 In this material, chopped carbon fibers are added to a proven FDM Nylon 12 polymer blend, resulting in one of the strongest thermoplastics in the FDM material portfolio (carbon filled).
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/77doa3rhp6?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 FDM Nylon 6 delivers the best combination of strength and toughness among all Stratasys FDM materials. It combines the strength of ULTEM 9085 with the toughness of Nylon 12.
http://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/dz12upemqq?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Doctors can use CT scans, MRI’s, and Xrays to render patient specific models of an organ or structure. These models can then be printed with the same blends of rigidness and flexibility that mimic human characteristics such as tissue, muscle, and bone.
http://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/rqusijqm19?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Introducing the Stratasys F123 Series Printers, the affordable printer that is the solution for every office. Join Cimquest for an informative webinar on February 13th at 12 PM, or come see the F370 live at 4 locations on the East Coast. Go here for more information and registrtation
http://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/07feame4do?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Automobile companies continue to adopt technologies that stimulate vast customization. 3D printing can help achieve this customization, especially in an age in which consumers demand more and more personalization.
http://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/97x4l51zxy?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Inspired by the famous Blue Man Group, our melodic tubulum can generate a variety of musical styles. Designed in SolidWorks by our CEO Rob Hassold, the instrument was 3d printed in 145 parts!