As more and more engineers are learning to harness the power of additive manufacturing for part optimization, the next challenge to address is how to design parts that are ready to be optimized. As AM continues to unleash new opportunities for new products, multicolor material jetting 3D printing global leader Stratasys is launching a new system set to take these opportunities to the next level: you can participate live in this exclusive Stratasys launch event by registering here to attend online on April 29th at 11 am CDT/6 pm CEST (repeating on April 30th at 9 am CEST).
Stratasys is still tight-lipped about the specifications of the new system. The only hints we have so far are the video above and the image of a circular tray (below). Senior executives and customers worldwide are hailing it as yet another revolution, set to remove all limits to product design and creation, with the latest advances in terms of 3D printed realism.
Not even a year ago, Stratasys made headlines for having its full-color printing technology officially designated as PANTONE Validated – reflecting the qualification and approval to simulate Pantone Matching System (PMS) colors on printed objects. Backed by this substantiation, Stratasys’ world-leading PolyJet solutions are fully aligned to meet the stringent requirements of design studios, as they synchronize the design-to-manufacturing process. The agreement allowed for simple and accurate color communication between designers, modelers and manufacturers—with easy “choose-and-print” color-matching to Pantone identities.
Now, Stratasys CEO, Yoav Zeif and leading industrial design experts will be the hosts of the LIVE 30-minute virtual launch event that will unveil new possibilities for its rapidly growing target audience of product designers. This is an online event that is not to be missed. As the buzz grows, 3dpbm is joining Stratasys in counting down to the big unveil. In the meantime, you can hear in this video what early adopters are saying about the revolutionary 3D printing solution from Stratasys and how it will bring capabilities to the design world that were not previously possible.