Customized 3D Printed Medical Models Enhance Surgical Training at CBMTI


3D printing is making a profound difference at the University of Malaya’s Centre for Biomedical and Technology Integration (CBMTI). CBMTI uses Stratasys’ PolyJet 3D Printing technology to deliver a range of services including custom medical implants, prototypes for new devices and patient-specific models for surgical planning. But perhaps the greatest impact is in creating sophisticated training simulators for clinical procedures. Continue reading

Björk Performs in Neri Oxman Designed 3D Printed Mask

Björk Performs in Neri Oxman Designed 3D Printed Mask

The Icelandic music and film icon Björk has taken yet another fashion-forward step. Before an invitation-only audience at Tokyo’s Miraikan Museum, Björk performed in a 3D printed mask designed by MIT professor, designer and innovator Neri Oxman. Inspired by Björk’s most recent album, Vulnicura, Oxman, renowned in design circles for her use of 3D printing and biomimicry in particular, used 3D scans of Björk’s face to create digital interpretations of her bone and tissue structure. The customized design was brought to life using Stratasys’ unique full-color, multi-material 3D printing technology. Continue reading

Stratasys Shaping Future of Manufacturing at European Business Summit

Ben Lazarus, Stratasys, speaks with Corina Cre?u, EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, and MEP Andrey Novakov

Ben Lazarus, Stratasys, speaks with Corina Cre?u, EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, and MEP Andrey Novakov

The European Business Summit (EBS) is one of the largest business policy events in Europe, bringing together an array of European ministers, commissioners and leading European business stakeholders each year. This year’s EBS session gathered 2,400 participants, 150 speakers, 50 sessions and 200 reporters over two days to discuss the current challenges, trends and opportunities for business growth in Europe.

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Revolutionizing Composite Tooling with Stratasys 3D Printing

How can 3D printing significantly reduce the time and expense of producing composite tooling? That’s exactly what visitors to the Stratasys booth at SAMPE 2016 came to find out. On display was a full range of tooling solutions for high-end manufacturing applications that demonstrated how 3D printing can replace traditional hard tooling technologies – optimizing resources. Continue reading