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Designing for Optimal FDM Surface Finish

With FDM technology, the finishing process begins with the design. Design best practices are available to provide the best starting point for an optimized surface finish. FDM design process is ideal for applications that require custom part designs.
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Direct Digital Manufacturing Takes Flight

Direct digital manufacturing with 3D printing removes design-for-manufacturability constraints. This gives you greater design freedom and lets you create things that might otherwise be impractical or even impossible.
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ULTEM 9085 Resin Quadcopter-Project

Creating a 3D printed drone is not a new idea but building one that is as close to flight worthy as possible right out of the 3D printer, is a more novel concept. In this white paper you will see how engineers navigated that challenge, including how to handle the installation of electronic components.
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Case Study

Shaping the Future of Flight

Aurora Flight Sciences in Manassas, VA has been developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for both the civil and military markets for nearly three decades. its research and development center is utilizing Stratasys® 3D printing technology more frequently for production parts and tooling to help bring new innovations to unmanned flight.
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Preparing for Takeoff

Bell Helicopter manufactures the heavy lift “tiltrotor” Osprey, the hybrid aircraft that combines features of both airplane and helicopter to accomplish what none of its forbears can do. Bell Helicopter’s Xworx prototyping lab used FDM to build functional models of communication-wiring conduit for the Osprey
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High-Quality Flying

Aviation requires extremely high safety standards, so what inspired CEA to begin using additive manufacturing (AM)? In 2015, CEA’s first brand-new Boeing 777 passenger aircraft had misprinted seat signs. The cost for purchasing replacements was too expensive for such a small error, so engineers used 3D printing.
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Mission to Mars

Mars, the mysterious red planet, has always been a fascination. Over 40 space probes have already been sent to Mars, but the question still remains; does life exist on our neighboring planet? Read how TransRoPorter prototype was 3D printed, which offered us the least expensive, fastest, and most elegant solution.
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Sacrificial Tooling Success

Traditionally, producing sacrificial tools for composite parts involves a multi-step process, which, by implication, means that it can be extremely time-consuming and expensive. Over the last 30 years, composite materials have become increasingly relevant for several industrial sectors for applications that demand high performance without the weight associated with metal materials.
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Boom Supersonic

From the start, the Boom team knew 3D printing was going to play a crucial role in the development of XB-1, and ultimately for Overture. Download whitepaper to know more.
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Additive Manufacturing Trends in Aerospace

3D printing is becoming a part of the game plan for those is the aerospace industry. Learn more how is stacks up against traditional manufacturing in our whitepaper
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Jigs and Fixtures: More Profitable Production

Deliver real value to manufacturers with 3D printing. Tooling has always been one of the most expensive and time-consuming processes in the production cycle, not anymore. 3D printing has made it possible to create production tools without the costly process of tooling.
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