Posts with tag: ‘GrabCAD Print’

Get certified in GrabCAD Print because it’s cool

Who doesn’t love a good certification test? Thousands of GrabCAD Community badge holders and certified Solidworks users can’t be wrong. As we put the finishing touches on GrabCAD Print, it occurred to us that the only thing missing was a good certification test. Sure you can tell people that you’re better than them at using Print. But why ask others to take your word for it when you can waive a shiny GrabCAD Print Certified badge in their face? And, of course, by “waive in their face” I mean “politely link them to your Community profile.”

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The GrabCAD Print public beta is ready early! Get in here and check it out.

Last month we finally spoke publicly about GrabCAD Print. While it was a great feeling to let the cat out of the bag, we know that engineers only start to really care about things when they can get their hands on it. Well, buckle up. Today is that day. We're psyched to announce that the GrabCAD Beta is no longer private. Click here to get started. Keep reading to find out what the private beta participants thought about our new software.

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How we announced GrabCAD Print at RAPID: highlights, photos, video

Two weeks ago we announced our heretofore top secret new app, GrabCAD Print, at the RAPID conference in Orlando. GrabCAD Print is at the heart of a bold new software strategy from Stratasys that will unify 3D printing ecosystems and push digital manufacturing forward. Ambitious. If you want to learn more about the product, you should read this blog. But if you’re interested in my personal, behind the scenes look at how the product announcement went down, keep reading.

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Announcing GrabCAD Print

Here we are, at long last. Three months of teaser blogs is enough by most standards. More than a year of whiteboarding, customer interviews, site visits, and board presentations is enough by any standard. Your continued, sometimes fervent, interest and curiosity is very much appreciated. So without further ado, let me tell you about what we’ve built over the last year.

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