3D Printing Prevents Major Trucking Company from Shutting Down Production Line “Thanks to the capabilities and expertise of the Objective3D Direct Manufacturing facility and staff, we were able to produce end use parts that allowed production to proceed unhindered saving us from crippling delays” –
Archie Held Studios (Richmond, CA) won the competition to design the PAC 12 College Football Playoff Trophy this year. The actual job required that three trophies be manufactured: one full-scale model to be awarded to the team that wins the PAC 12 Championship game, one
After re-locating to Michigan in 2011, Equus Automotive teamed up with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to aid in the manufacturing of the prototype/pre-production BASS770. Equus’ model 770 defines a new iconic American muscle car. Beneath its brilliant exterior lies an amalgam of advanced manufacturing, including 3D
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing teamed with Structural Integrity Engineering to further efforts on the latest Flying Eye Hospital for Orbis. Orbis, an organization dedicated to providing ophthalmic training to communities around the world, utilizes airborne training facilities called Flying Eye Hospitals. Orbis’s goal is to eliminate
Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation is a leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced, unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles. In 2010 Aurora’s Research and Development division, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts was selected to collaborate with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Pratt & Whitney
There are over 900 ligaments in the human body, each serving to support and connect hundreds of bones. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most important ligaments connecting the tibia (shin bone) to the femur (thigh bone). It stabilizes the knee and
Surviving in space is perhaps one of the greatest challenges of our recent past, current and future generations. Pioneering into the final frontier as scientists, and even colonists, is imbued with potential answers to thousands of questions (philosophical, biological, environmental and perhaps agricultural) back on
Wisconsin is popularly known as America’s Dairyland, but, in fact, its overall economy is largely based in manufacturing. This sector dates back to the early 20th century when European immigrants relocated to the state. Curt G. Joa, a young German engineer, was one of them.