Engineering. Inform. Inspire - At formnext 2017, Stratasys introduced a new piece of software, GrabCAD Voxel Print, which complements its PolyJet technology with a new level of control over the materials with which printers like the full-color, multi-material J750 printer.
Now, the company has demonstrated just what sort of practical applications the technology offers by announcing a new medical 3D printing product called BioMimics. To get a better understanding of what BioMimics is, how it fits in with PolyJet, and what it means for medicine as a whole, we spoke to Scott Rader, general manager of Healthcare Solutions, and Mike Gaisford, director of Healthcare Solutions at Stratasys...>>>
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