3D Printing in the Education Sector

The purpose of software is to help people. A statement from an author and principal staff software engineer at LinkedIn. A simple quote, sure, but advanced technology is all about making complex processes easier, faster, increasingly accessible and more widely available. In the education sector specifically, we are seeing a plethora of new technologies - particularly in STEM, but also in subject areas such as design, biology, history and geography. Read more

GrabCAD Gets Enlisted for Biodegradable Plastics Initiative

Bio-industrial designer Megan Valanidas was working on her concept models for the Plastic Exhibition display in Dublin, Ireland. While she was in the middle of pouring and curing bio-plastic gel in her studio, she realized: I need a 3D printer. For help, Megan reached out to a friend from college who she was still in touch with -- Biniam "Bini" Kebede, GrabCAD’s Software Product Designer. Read more

GrabCAD and Stratasys at Formnext 2019

We are so excited to announce that we'll be at Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany! Formnext is THE leading exhibition dedicated to all things 3D printing. The who's who of additive manufacturing will be there, including Siemens, MakerBot and more! Visit us all week: Date: November 19 - 22, 2019 Location: Messe Frankfurt, Germany Booth Number: Hall 12.1 Stand D61 Read more

KeyShot Renders We Love from the GrabCAD Community

Hey Everyone, I'm back again with our favorite KeyShot renders that have been posted to the KeyShot Community Group! A few weeks ago, I asked the KeyShot group to give me their best renders. I never used KeyShot but I wanted to see what the community could create with KeyShot. For people who don’t know what KeyShot is, KeyShot is the fastest, most powerful software for real-time 3D rendering and animation. It gives you so many ways to create amazing visuals. Read more

How 3D Printing Helps Advance Soft Robotics

The advancements in 3D printing seem to happen weekly. Not only can this technology print traditional solid and rigid parts and objects, but it can now also fabricate soft and flexible mesh structures for various uses. 3D printing, as innovative as it is, is actually promoting other innovations as it becomes more complex. It is enabling life science and medicine to advance by giving it a new tool to use in so many different ways. Read more