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Stratasys is a Sponsor of Amputee Long Drive Championship

Amputee Long Drive Championship (ALDC)

Stratasys Ltd. announced that it sponsored today’s Amputee Long Drive Championship (ALDC) at the Mesquite Sports & Event Complex in Mesquite, Nevada. Disabled golfers from the U.S. and Canada meet up to compete for the chance to become the longest driver in amputee golf with the ALDC. “I think Stratasys is a perfect match for the ALDC because their enabling ... Read More »

Stratasys named as head sponsor for InPrint’s 3D Print Factory

Stratasys, leading 3D printing company, has confirmed that it will be the headline sponsor of 3D Print Factory, a key part of industrial print show InPrint, which takes place from April 8th – 10th 2014 in Hanover.   Marcus Timson, Co-Director of InPrint.   “Stratasys are undoubtedly the leaders in the field of 3D print innovation, with a complete portfolio of products from ... Read More »

Kinpo Group ventures into 3D printing

Da Vinci 3D Printer

Business collected the Kinpo Group, TAIPEI, Taiwan, is poised to launch a venture into the 3D printing industry, announcing that it will unveil a 3D printer next Monday, Ted Chen, The China Post, reported.   Kinpo Electronics and Cal-Comp, longtime suppliers for Hewlett Packard, hope to leverage their experience in the conventional printer-making industry, and look for the new opportunities with potential 3D printing ... Read More »

Stratasys Sets Regional Industry Benchmark for Customer Satisfaction in 3D Printing

Stratasys Asia Pacific, a leading manufacturer of 3D printers, has recently announced that it has received high scores (4.1 out of 5) in Asia-Pacific and Japan Region, on the global Stratasys Customer Satisfaction Survey for 2012.   Jonathan Jaglom, General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan of Stratasys, says: “These are record highs for customer satisfaction industry-wide. We are honored that our customers have placed us among the leaders ... Read More »

Microsoft Confirms Easy 3D Printing With Windows 8.1

Microsoft announced that the Windows 8.1 update will have built-in support for 3D printing. They say that making a 3D object on your PC will be as easy as writing a document in Word and sending it to print. Just as desktop publishing transformed how we write, we think desktop manufacturing will transform how we create.     Read more at TechNet ... Read More »