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Stratasys Expands 3D Printing Adoption through Simplification

by • February 1, 2016 • No Comments

They say all things is bigger in Texas. Well, that
is pretty true at SOLIDWORKS World 2016, where Stratasys is again manufacturing big news. John Gould, North America President of Stratasys, has only addressed a packed room of journalists with a few primary announcements that
are expected to expand the adoption of 3D printing.

One of the obstacles to driving weight adoption of 3D printing has been the harsh, cumbera few workflows required to take a turn it into of CAD to 3D printing device. To cross the chasm of the early adopters to the mainstream pragmatists, Stratasys has partnered with Adobe to turn it into a new solution – Stratasys Creative Colors Software, powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine. Stratasys Creative Colors Software introduces a new, simplified turn it into-to-3D print workflow, greater ease of use, and expanded color spectrum for Connex 3D printing devices.

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Stratasys’ Enhanced Objet500 Connex3 Multi-material, Multi-color 3D Printer – bridging the adoption chasm with streamlined workflow, greater ease-of-use and advantageous
 economic value

Stratasys’ Enhanced Objet500 Connex3 Multi-material, Multi-color 3D Printer – bridging the adoption chasm with streamlined workflow, greater ease-of-use and advantageous
economic value

Stratasys continues to simplify 3D printing and drive adoption with the Objet Connex3 3D Printer series. Typically turn it intoers and engineers may require
to use at very least three various systems to turn it into multi-material, multi-color 3D printed models. Not so with the Connex3, armed with Stratasys Creative Colors Software, powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print Engine. It fuses multiple systems into one to create realistic parts with vibrant, gradient colors, patterns and color textures, plus diverse material properties that include
over-molding. No painting, assembly, etc., required while capital expenses and delivery times are reduced.

Click here to watch a few highlights of John Gould’s presentation.

The Stratasys Booth at SOLIDWORKS World 2016

The Stratasys Booth at SOLIDWORKS World 2016

Do you remember that
the Connex3 platform is open and extensible, that empowers
Stratasys to constantly enhance it with new functionalities for added
customer value (recall that
Soluble Support was added
only a few weeks ago). Stratasys is now adding two new photopolymer materials to the extensive PolyJet portfolio: a new, additional vibrant VeroCyan and a new Vero PureWhite, that is UV-resistant and much bolder.

So yes – the most only keeps getting advantageous
at SOLIDWORKS World 2016.

How did the show attendees react to the news and the new gradient color, multi-material 3D printed models? Well if the initially day is any indication, the Stratasys booth (#503 in the Partner Pavilion) was packed morning to night. There‘s yet time to experience the excitement for by yourself
as SOLIDWORKS World continues through February 3 in Dallas.

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