Charles Goulding and Peter Favata contemplate 3D printing opportunities that could arise in a more personalized sleep care industry.
The company that makes synthetic cadavers didn’t plan to expand into building 3D printers, but it’s a strong business move for the long haul, says the CEO.
The 3D printed Youbionic Human Arm is available now as an affordable project integrating high-level robotics and broad capabilities.
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One of the shocks encountered by those first seeing a 3D printed object is that they aren’t always smooth. We’re all used to seeing and feeling totally smooth/polished plastic objects, and when we handle or look closely at a 3D printout we instantly recognize roughness. This often puts the objects in a bad light,… Continue reading Stratasys Smoothes it Out