Latvian Wheelchair Fencer Overcomes Back Issue with Customized 3D Printed Back Brace to Compete at the Rio Paralympic Games 2016

Having tried various conventional back braces and orthopaedic specialists leading up to Rio 2016, Polina Rožkova turned to Stratasys 3D printing to produce a customized back brace to overcome the discomfort and limited movement during fencing 3D printed using Stratasys’ flexible, lightweight Nylon 12 material, Read More »

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University of Warwick Uses Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer to Build “Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid” for Upcoming European International Submarine Race

The ‘Godiva 2’ submarine features numerous 3D printed parts designed to withstand the harsh ocean environment, including the fins, feet, propeller, interior steering components and many other fixings Using its Stratasys Fortus 3D Printer, the Warwick Submarine team was able to produce the final manufactured Read More »

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