Consumer Goods

Trek

Treks prototyping lab was among the first to adopt the Objet500 Connex3, an advanced colour multi-material 3D printer that runs on PolyJet technology. Think of your bike. How many materials does it represent? A rigid metal frame, firm rubber tires, soft handlebar grips, a cushioned seat, clear and coloured lenses a lot of engineering and…

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Speedo

Speedo have cut design iteration times dramatically by the use of a Connex 3D printer when rapid prototyping swimwear. Objet Connex 3D Printer Cuts Prototyping Time by Weeks at Speedo. Sold and installed by Objet’s UK distributor, SYS Systems Limited, the innovative rapid prototyping machine has taken up residence within Aqualab, Speedo’s global R&D facility…

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Bondy Fiesta

Toy manufacturer meets deadlines, cuts design errors, and gains new projects with Objet Eden260v 3D Printer. “We’ve reduced design errors by 80% and we’ve seen a huge improvement in the predictability of our product development schedules, and in the quality we deliver.” — Roberto Aguilar Marquez, Marketing Director, Bondy Fiesta Background Bondy Fiesta manufactures a…

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Black and Decker

Black & Decker’s Global Design Centre in Spennymoor, CountyDurham is using the Dimension 3D Printer from Stratasys to dramatically speed up product development time. Black & Decker is the world’s largest producer of power tools and accessories. The company has seen product development cycles in the UK decrease significantly over the past decade as global…

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Adidas

“Thanks to Objet, models can now be evaluated and accepted within just one or two days, so we are saving four to six weeks of work as compared to our previous mold-making process.” Delivering innovative, state-of-the-art sports footwear apparel and accessories in virtually every country in the world is no small feat. Yet, with more…

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