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This article first appeared on 3DPrint.com | by Clare Scott | Jun 20, 2018 Using an EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter, one of the most-utilized bioprinters on the market, researchers at Northwestern University have 3D printed tissue that mimics human bile duct. A bile duct plays a crucial role in the body, carrying...

From schools to corporations, EnvisionTEC customers are using 3D printing to help reshape the future and save lives. Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School in Massachusetts has a Biotechnology program where students are able to use an EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter Starter series for their bioprinting research...

Isaac’s Fine Jewelry is owned and operated by Isaac Cohen. Isaac who is based in Boca Raton, Florida has been in the jewelry industry for over 30 years providing the highest quality designs and bespoke items for his discerning customers....

Berlin Packaging is a progressive hybrid packaging company, with an innovative Studio 111 design center in downtown Chicago. "We use 3D printing to develop amazing visual models," explained Martin Rathgeber, Director of Engineering. Specifically, the company uses two 3D printer models from EnvisionTEC, an Xtreme 3SP...

In the past, Dr. Valerie Cooper of Miami Valley Prosthodontics relied on volunteer help to make digital dentures for her patients. Now with EnvisionTEC’s advanced 3D printing technology, Dr. Cooper and her staff can produce more dentures, with better detail – saving them time and...

This article first appeared in Orthodontic Products | Practice Profiles Section | Online Edition | Article by Alison Werner For the last 5 years, Fort Collins, Colo-based Brandon Owen, DDS, MS has been all in when it comes to digital orthodontics. His primary goal has been to...

The New Jersey Center for Biomaterials (NJCBM) at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, develops advanced biomedical products for tissue regeneration and the delivery of pharmaceutical agents. Dr. Joachim Kohn, Director of the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials “State-of-the-art 3D printing technology from EnvisionTEC is...

Design Infini is an automotive wheel designer based in Corona, California. Established in 1995 by CEO Suny Chung, the business provides design and prototyping services for numerous wheel brands: Center Line ATDWheels WheelPros Gear Alloy Wheels WorxAlloy The Design Infini team is passionate about designing, manufacturing and branding aftermarket wheels for...

Dearborn, Mich., and Atlanta, Ga. – EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of 3D printers and materials for the dental industry, and EasyRx, a developer of orthodontic prescription software, today announced the integration of their software for ease of use. Orthodontic professionals can learn more about how...

New medical-grade biomaterials suitable for use in wound repair, biosensor housings, bone regeneration, drug release and more Three grades of ready-to-print biomaterials now available for use with the EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter: technical, research and medical grade, which deliver the highest purity and quality 3D-Bioplotter now...

Hardware update allows EnvisionTEC to deliver XY resolution of 25 microns in its largest laser-based 3D printers EnvisionTEC’s unique 3SP technology continues to win over new users, including aftermarket wheels manufacturer Design Infini and global hybrid packaging leader Berlin Packaging Launched in 2013, 3SP...

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Robert Montes joined EnvisionTEC in early 2017 as a 3D builder after getting a taste for manufacturing as an industrial drafting student at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. As part of a co-op program there, he worked at Ford Motor Co. designing engines for machinists....

Inspired by the locking mechanism of the common coin purse, EnvisionTEC 3D Builder Jose Nunes designed a system for attaching items together using an innovative 3D printed snap array. The design is easy to scale up or down to attach two sides of an object together,...