3D Printing Systems

GrabCAD & AET Labs co-host “How to 3D Print” Meetup at UML Innovation Hub

UML Innovation Hub Event

AET Labs had the pleasure of co-sponsoring the “How to 3D Print” meetup hosted at the UML Innovation Hub on Thursday, January 26th. Shuvom Ghose of GrabCAD shared an insightful presentation to a crowd of enthusiastic students, teachers, and community innovators looking to get their 3D printing questions answered. Ghose gave valuable insight on preparing 3D… read more

Develop your 3D printing Craftsmanship Skills with our NEW Hands-on MakerBot Post Processing Workshop!

MakerBot Post Processing Workshop: Silicone Molds

Desktop 3D printing has had a dramatic impact on how professionals work and what students learn. But the value of 3D printing doesn’t necessarily end with the print! By learning the craftsmanship of post processing, you can create an aesthetically realistic prototype, a mold for an end-use product, or even functional machines – all without the cost of traditional… read more

‘How to 3D print’ – Free Workshop at UMass Lowell’s Innovation Hub

Thinking about integrating 3D printing into your curriculum? Have a bunch of questions? Stratasys, a leading maker of 3D printers in the world, is partnering with UMass Lowell’s Innovation Hub to hold a free, 1 hour seminar covering ‘How to 3D print’ – January 26th, 2017 from 6-8pm  Attendees will learn: -How to design files specifically… read more

Design 2020 Helps Young Designers Reimagine Product Concepts with 3D Printing

Here’s some inspiration for our local Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge participants direct from Stratasys! Today’s design students will be tomorrow’s engineers, and to help prepare them for their future challenges, Silicon Valley-based Innodesign, Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes recently partnered on the Design 2020 program. Design 2020 offered 20 Korean designers in their 20s a chance… read more

Regulations of 3D Printed Medical Products in Hospitals Evolving

Medical Evolving Regulations of 3D Printed Medical Products in Hospitals Sep 19, 2016 9:00 PM Scott Rader, Ph.D 2 In part 1 of this post, we reviewed the current state of regulatory considerations relating to 3D printing in healthcare. Specifically, we reviewed the FDA article in the May issue of the journal 3D Printing in Medicine.… read more

Stratasys Introduces New and Improved Objet Connex3 3D Color Printer with Creative Colors Software

  Stratasys has always been at the front of the 3D printing industry in terms of developing new, never-before-seen technology. For example, in 2014 they broke new ground by introducing the world’s first multi-color, multi-material 3D printer, The Objet 500 Connex3. Since then, multi-color and multi-material printers have been pushing their way into the market,… read more


Extreme Redesign Competition and Digital Fabrication Showcase March 2nd, 2016 on the WPI Campus Steve Chomyszak – Wentworth Institute of Technology Faculty, Mechanical Engineering Department and Director of EPIC Learning – Co-Founder and CTO of Mechanology, Inc. – Co-Recipient of the William E. Roberts Endowed Professorship  – Stratasys’ Global 3D Printing Curriculum team writer and… read more

Tips for Properly Maintaining your 3D Printer

  Tips for properly maintaining your Stratasys 3D printer To keep your 3D printer performing at it’s best, there are several tasks that you will need to perform. Some tasks are ‘As Needed’ while others are determined by a set number of printer hours. ‘House Cleaning’, AxisMaintenance, Tip Cleaning Assembly Replacement, Chamber Light Bar Replacement,… read more

Custom Patient Treatment Becomes a Reality

By Dr. Ciprian Ionita, Research Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Neurosurgery in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo. Personalization and customization have always been important goals in patient care. Even three years ago, physical modeling of a patient’s anatomy… read more

World’s First Jet-Powered 3D Printed UAV

World’s First Jet-Powered, 3D Printed UAV Tops 150 Mph with Lightweight Stratasys Materials     Dan Campbell, Aerospace Research Engineer at Aurora Flight Sciences, with world’s first jet-powered 3D printed UAV Aurora Flight Sciences, a Virginia-based manufacturer specializing in advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems, is pushing the envelope of UAV design by teaming up… read more