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PODCAST: Flying in the Palm of Your Hand

Posted On August 24, 2021 By Protolabs
Sometimes the coolest inventions are right at your fingertips. The Finger Flyer Hoverboard is a fun toy, but also a great teaching tool that explores aerodynamics. Find out how we helped manufacture this remote control-free quadcopter drone.
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When 3D Printing is the Double-edged Sword that Leads to the ‘Manufacturability Talk’

Posted On August 16, 2021 By Paul Fearis
At our current point in time in the evolution of additive manufacturing, 3D printing serves as both a blessing and a curse with young engineers—thankfully, Protolabs gets it.
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Roundtable Roundup: Multi Jet Fusion

Posted On July 20, 2021 By Rachel Hunt
We recently hosted a customer roundtable on leveraging 3D printing for end-use production. Listeners got a behind-the-scenes look at how tech startup, OVR Technology, used HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing to reduce development time on its R&D product roadmap.
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Plastics and 3D Printing Companies Leading Shift to Sustainability

Posted On June 11, 2021 By Nicole Hopper
As consumer demand drives a shift to sustainably-sourced products, suppliers that embrace this change set themselves ahead of competitors
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3D-Printed Molds vs. Aluminum Tooling

Posted On June 7, 2021 By Protolabs
Compare the pros and cons of molds that are 3D printed in plastic versus tooling that is milled from aluminum.
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3D Printing vs. Injection Molding: Which is Better? It Depends

Posted On May 26, 2021 By Protolabs
3D printing and injection molding work well for plastic parts. Which is better? It depends.
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PODCAST: Large-scale 3D printing with GE Additive’s X Line

Posted On May 24, 2021 By Protolabs
Explore the history of large-format 3D printing and how to design your parts for best results on these machines with GE Additive.
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Protolabs and Hacksmith 3D Print Metal Grappling Hook from The Mandalorian

Posted On April 23, 2021 By Protolabs
The crew at Hacksmith Industries are pros in taking fictional ideas from comics, movies, and video games, and making actual functioning prototypes. So naturally, we teamed up to help them create creating the world’s fastest grappling hook winch, made famous on The Mandalorian series.
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Automotive Industry Embraces Additive Manufacturing

Posted On April 15, 2021 By Nicole Hopper
The auto industry embraces 3D printing with Porsche, Formula 1, and Ford all finding innovative new ways to leverage the technology
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Calculating the Cost of 3D-Printed Parts

Posted On March 26, 2021 By Rachel Hunt
Explore the variables involved in calculating the cost of 3D-printed parts.
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