MISSION Boat Gear Makes Waves with 3D Printing
Kris Clover, founder of MISSION Boat Gear, had the idea to design a universal wake shaping device that worked on any boat model. He partnered with his friend and mechanical engineer, Mark Bohlig, to come up with a solution. The duo took their complex design to AdvancedTek for 3D printed prototyping and final design functional […]
ETA Leverages Stratasys 3D Printing for High Speed Automation
AdvancedTek customer ETA Design (Engineered Tooling & Automation) uses additive manufacturing and traditional machining to produce optimal solutions for their customer, such as high speed automation equipment.
Thule Embraces FDM Nylon 12CF
Thule, a lifestyle company that produces bike racks, jogging strollers, luggage and other goods, shares their prototyping experience with the Nylon 12CF material.
CSI: Printing Pathways to Medical Innovation
AdvancedTek customer Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. (CSI) is driven to enhance the lives of patients by improving the ways physicians treat atherosclerotic disease. CSI offers a comprehensive portfolio of tools that greatly improve treatment for complex cases of calcific peripheral and coronary artery disease (PAD and CAD).
Complex Designs Fast: Design Firm 3D Prints to Refine Ideas with Speed
At the Center for Advanced Design (CAD), a product development firm in Minnesota and customer of AdvancedTek, a team of design engineers specialize in creating complex surface geometry for the plastics industry. The agile team of six handles everything from industrial design concepts and digital sketching to assisting clients with implementation by building production tooling. […]
3D Printed Parts Launch on ULA Atlas V Rocket
The Atlas V rocket flew serial-production 3D printed parts enabled by Stratasys technology and services. The rocket highlights the opportunity to replace metal components with lightweight thermoplastic parts manufactured additively.
Combating Vascular Diseases with 3D Printed Anatomical Models
The Jacobs Institute is renowned for pushing the boundaries of innovation to combat vascular diseases. And Stratasys 3D printing is proving to be one of their most effective technologies.
Direct Access to FDM Technology Proves to be a Game Changer: GVL Poly
GVL Poly shares how direct access to FDM technology has changed the concept of what their company is and can be. The ability to produce parts that can withstand field testing and being able to make modifications on the fly has become invaluable to their organization.
Mass Produced Custom Ear Buds with FDM: Normal
Not all ears are created equal. Which is why Normal, based in New York, decided to end the one-size-fits-all paradigm with a game-changing 3D printing concept. Customers scan their ears with an easy to use phone app and send the results, along with their color and cord length requests, to Normal. Normal keeps 10 Fortus […]