Stratasys and Object have finalized their merger of the two companies, and Objet has released a short video demonstrating how the two companies’ technologies fit together.
Objet 3D printers are helping the Legacy Effects studio to design characters, creatures, suits, props, collectibles and animatronics more productively.
Former CEO of Objet, David Reis, who became CEO of the merged company that is Stratasys spoke with Investor’s Business Daily on the merger and the future of 3D printing.
A benefit of 3D printing some don’t often think about is the potential reduction, or even complete elimination of, the assembly process.
The biggest freaking wrench ever 3D printed has just come out of an Objet1000 3D printer. I should say big, what I should say is enormous!
There are two very sexy elements to this video below. One of them is the Objet1000.
In support of the Obama Administration’s STEM efforts, Objet recently released a 3D printing package aimed at schools and universities.
Jeremy Paxman, presenter for the BBC’s Newsnight program, recently hosted a segment on his show about 3D printing. We think the old dinosaur learned a thing or two.
A designer over at 3D printer Objet got in the Halloween spirit and 3D printed quite a conglomeration of craniums — in five spooky colors.
I’m tempted to cut my arms off. Don’t worry, not just yet, and not because I don’t want arms. No, quite the contrary. I want better arms. Working arms…Now there’s hope.