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3D printing’s complex surface geometry for the plastic

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According to the Center for Advanced Design (CAD), a product development firm in Minnesota, a team of design engineers creating ‘complex surface geometry for the plastics industry. The agile team of six handles everything from industrial design.’

The Center for Advanced Design 3D Prints Rapid Prototypes with Stratasys

3D printing companies Stratasys and nTopology working together

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According to Stratasys Senior Vice President of Products and Solutions Pat Carey, “nTopology’s software for additive design is a powerful pairing with our additive manufacturing systems, so it was clear we should work together. Our analysis shows manufacturing applications are currently seeing the most growth in our industry, from $2.8 billion in 2015 to $25 billion in 2025, so we focused our first Collaboration on serving that segment. Companies want to move faster – to be able to adapt to change – and pure digital manufacturing gives them that agility.”

nTopology and Stratasys Collaborate to Automate the Design of Manufacturing Aids for the Factory Floor